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February 7th, 2015
Episode 118 of 349 episodes
This week we take you inside a normal workday conversation here at the Empty Set Entertainment offices. http://media.blubrry.com/scottsigler/media.libsyn.com/scottsigler/124_FridayFix__Inside_Empty_Set_Art_vs_Artist.mp3 The question we're working out in this episode is if it's possible to separate the artist from the art. Moreover, when the artist becomes a disappointment due to human failings, can you continue to enjoy works created prior to the fall? We discuss several entertainers: Michael Vick, Mel Gibson and Metallica. To varying degrees, their real-world behavior has changed the way we view them as people, as artists, and as entertainers. What do you think? Has reality shattered one of the mostfavorite, creationsyou've enjoyed through the years? Does real-world behavior influence your choices? Join the conversation in the comments below! Don't see a "play" button above? Click here to download. The post FridayFix: Inside EmptySet • Can you separate Art from the Artist? appeared first on scottsigler.com.
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