July 17th, 2021 | 36 mins 22 secs
3d printing, art, crypto currency, encryption, entrepreneurship, liberating technologies, ross ticknor
As artists --engaged for the most part in fairly traditional and long-established ways of working—it may be hard to understand or embrace new technologies. Yet artists have always been involved in revolutionary advances in culture and technology. Today we will discuss some technologies that have liberating potential for artists. In a bit of role reversal, our guest today is Ross Ticknor, and his focus is on the uses of 3-D printing for artists.
May 1st, 2021 | 37 mins 18 secs
3d printing, art, brand, creativity, personal voice, rebecca crowell, unique ideas, visual ideas
Artists often worry that their work is derivative of another artist’s work and may be very concerned about being overly influenced by someone else’s style or technique. This problem certainly does exist in the art world and is something to guard against because most of us do want our work to be original and unique. But in every field of endeavor, people build on and respond to the work of others, and this is no different for artists. Today we talk about building on, rather than appropriating, other people’s ideas.