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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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04:33 min | 1 year ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"View rebels radio presents. The two of us that albert frederick welcome to the vast shell i co host with our frederik in this show. We stopped writers and artists about their work and how relates to mental health on emotional wellbeing just to show travel warning as a result shows adult themes so if your tender disposition today say this later otherwise dive right and i'm really happy today to introduce enlighten call. This my artistic collaborator house. Saying so. i'm today. We have right to right on the shell and on your website. Thank you say photography mainly so. That's the the sort of fickle New us to express what you need to express. I'm i wonder why you say mainly a not just artist. Yeah that's a good question. I guess photography has always been my thing. Ever since while rediscovered my creative sides after school and a-levels and then i had a long break from doing anything creative really and then it was three took the iconic buck into doing creative things since then i have. Yeah i've kind of go into these other media some print making and trying doubling getting back into drawing But it always going to photography. So i guess i wanted to make the point. That photography is the same thing but also not exclusively say. There may be a blog post on my website about some prince. I've made or during that it some. Yes it tends to come to time and time again..

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You rebels. Radio presents the two of US shorts with. Albert Frederick. High this is naming lattice. Welcome to the vast shots myself Alba freshdirect talking to people across the globe about that pandemic experience. On its relationship to creativity mental health and emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to trick a warning these adult show. So the themes will be complex and interesting, and maybe at sometimes triggering if you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later saw otherwise dive right. Very. EXCITED TODAY TO INTRODUCE MR J who is a poet and does he's just said to me everything else he does stems from his power trie. So the first question I've got for you. Isn't about the pandemic which has been the theme of some of these shows is because I'm sitting here I conceive. Violin. Behind you on the wall Be Able to say. But I'm thinking.

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You rebels radio presents the two of US shorts. With. Albert Frederick. High this is naming lattice. Welcome to the US shots myself. Alba. Frederick is talking to people across the globe about that pandemic spirits. On its relationship to creativity mental health emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to trick a warning these adult show. So the themes will be complex and interesting, and maybe at sometimes triggering if you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later saw otherwise dime right I'm really happy to introduced an extremely talented visual artist and writer Russa Toy. Who I feel I have something in common with because Ruth is a writer and photographer. I fail we have editing in common cause. Obviously. The the mediums we use require Edison. And? When I ever like my my the puck costs over my edit my. Photographs, I realize that I have different phases in my so creative journey and I think it was nine Golden. I read our ages ago an interview with her and how she soon, she'd shoot on film and she was not thinking about this topic all the narrative she was just thinking about the relationship but the people she was taken the photographs off and just trying to his presence as possible, and that was one stage on the next stage was very different was the editing process but she would select the image and decide what she was gonna do with them and when. I heard that I really liked the idea that the first stage has this'll fluidity about. The next stage is much more about craft and honing. So this is my little introduction so. I know I I was just thinking about you because your work is so beautiful thing he knew me. Mike receiving you'll say is absolutely beautiful as beautiful. But where do you begin because I'm just thinking You know. I think became most familiar with your work around the you know. About the photographs of bold black women remember going to your exhibition and I was like I can't really move in the next person here forever because. Moving into a cathedral. But absolutely beautiful empower for work and so. I JUST WANNA I'm I'm just using that as an example because that's. Quite a big project and it's it's it's a instagram and twitter pages, well, as people being able to find it through a website that's been publicity about her and using that as a staff of point..

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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07:41 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You rebels radio presents the two of US shorts with. Albert Frederick. High, this is naming lattice. Welcome to the vast shots myself Alba freshdirect talking to people across the globe about that pandemic spirits. On its relationship to creativity mental health emotional wellbeing. And as always, I'd like to trick a warning these adult show. So the themes will be complex and interesting, and maybe at sometimes triggering if you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later saw otherwise dime right I'm gleeful stay because I have my friend rule of packer which terrible mispronunciation of your name, but I've done my best who is an artist and Even the word artists I don't think describes you enough because. There's a lot of self reflection in what you do an language. Written language is as important to you. As visual language I mean, I was just looking at the titles. Of some of your work, my test love it. So poetic lack of going to read some to step outside which oversees the current pace of work on process, which we're GonNa talk about 'cause this. Phenomenal. Fragile. And these Pleasures Away with distraction. So That piece of work anyway uses words within skirts some just reciting those because i. just think everybody should go mmediately to your website and enjoy a work. So I think the first question. I've got feel or the first talk discussion point. is about a Maga Tong and? I'm going to say. Not, necessarily your first language. But what does mother-tongue main to you in terms of like a home language or? Language language that you can come back to again and again. a really good question. I think mother I have loved my mother tongue. Many years ago of lifts in the UK since nineteen eighty four. and. Everything I do is an English now. So in a sense English has become my adopted language. and. Even, when I was a teenager growing up in the Netherlands this of passion for English it was my favorite subject to school in obsessed with bands music can kind of understanding lyrics. So the hassle ready made them physician Dan to find his other language. May Be. About this before. Maybe I was looking for another language so that I could have a different identity. and. So Being able to be myself by introducing a new language which is away from the person who? was in Holland. So a came to the UK when I was nineteen. And It was kind of part of my coming out process was over gay man and. I guess kind of coming out taking on a new identity in another country with a new language will actually very liberating. Recently. Am I think because of Brexit. I've become more aware of of language as soon as an immigrants that I am labeled. Now not a citizen eased citizen was named before. I have recently done some writing in Dutch and kind of also working on a bilingual project where I've been using. English words that I find offensive that plied to me with the Dutch translation. I. The word, the Dutch word which means foreigner in the UK. So kind of trying to take some of these words that are. Used in a negative way now and reclaiming them in original until. And so he has some. Kind of amalgamates may be both languages and Looking for a connection back to my original language may be as process of also growing up or you know growing older ends reflecting, which is part of my practices reflecting looking back. I'm looking at memories and looking unfinished history and unfinished moments or events in history, and so maybe the language my Dutch language has become an unfinished part of my being that I've left to just lie that by decides. And I I want I don't want to anymore. But it's almost like. The lack of of a recording it's like you putting on pause, but he puts on pose for an extended amount of time. It's not like you turned it off, you put it on pause so you could become this person than use this language to identify. Yourself in the new place. A. Now, you're an older man with this huge catalog of experiences as well as Brexit and it slap actually it's time to take off pause it's time to integrate and. I'm GonNa, just be really intuitive with this interview because I always have. So points of discussion on then I let things flow. And because what you're saying about. The source of income rating, the Dutch and the English. I saw a MAC popsy, this lows of Mike, pies? Sitting in the garden the at the same time I was leaving a voicemail to my friend Esther who's been on this show. Just. Oh, that's a magpie and the garden I'm she left me a voicemail back thing. And she's been very philosophical. She said. Think of it as animal medicine. What does the magpie main to you and. I was like wow. I hadn't even thought of that and I was looking up the main things about gooden bad omens and trustworthiness lack of trustworthiness, and then I thought. While I was doing that, I realized I chose him a black and white striped t shirt to wear even before she mentioned the Magpie. On my thoughts about that thing about things being in black on white. And there being no gray but then I thought about Yang on, you know how both the blackened the why have a bit of white and black in them and the bat how you how? Integrating to apparently opposite forces or energies doesn't mean that they lose any of their identity or their integrity in the process. I'm only mentioning that because you saying. That, you haven't been beaten darts. You've been living your life in English. and. Then suddenly you're bringing the Dutch back I'm the Dutch is different and the the gateway is these are this offensive language. The left investors of? This almost like a disjuncture Jackson possession of the English and the dodge creates of..

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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09:48 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You rebels radio presents the two of us. Shorts with. Albert Frederick. High. This is naming lattice. Welcome to the vast shots myself Alba freshdirect he's talking to people across the globe about that pandemic experience. On its relationship to pray of J. Mental, health emotional wellbeing? And as always, I'd like to a warning these are adult show of the themes will be complex and interesting and maybe at sometimes triggering. Ten the disposition today put this on pause and put market for later saw otherwise dime right. I'm really happy today with my guest because she is Malaika book how I haven't seen in person for A. So. This is just like a real joy of me. With discussing beforehand how you describe yourself and say. This because I thought I better, get it right writer fair to maker a multidisciplinary. But that doesn't really describe Malaika because there's so much more about that become say. What is the thing if you have to think of things that you love? And this little gonNA give a little hint hair if you don't include carnival out be very, very disappointed. Tell me like five things you love that. Make you get off every morning five things I love that. Make me get up every morning so communiqu I am a carnival. So that's like number one in my list of wells. Redon. Books. People. Five. Yeah people. Even. Though I put. So as well music you know creating. soundtracks for what's happening in my life at the moment. So So, I always have a kind of soundtrack. At the moment it's a soundcheck because alters and it's all music. That's kind of all. Is All music that's kind of positive. And I'm also has Mary McCabe Malaika, which you know which is, which is good to have a theme song that someone who has a solo by you so music has while I create theme tunes for Music and. And then just just actually just being rights just creating creating I think. God, what show live just creating music create Inkatha Wall. It's I love about this is that it's a whole thing of creating. We're talking about before the ulcers about creating also site, Chris, beautiful, and special space. And music creates a space like nothing else. You know music creates base memory atmosphere culture music does a million wonderful things I'm won't fascinating. Is the I always have a question at the end of the interview which just been word that people respond to my desk got into its lay people respond to the word and I just hope by some sort of magic the world to be the right word for that person but your word. Which I'm not GonNa ask you now because you've answered there even though it was right at the musicality 'cause I was thinking about your work and how much music that is in your writing. And so I'm GonNa make a big leap pair about link between the musicality in writing that even you know it's lovely to perform any even as a raider even in the comfort of your own home is lovely readout loud because of the musicality and what's the relationship between musicality I'm religion I'm relationship to God or a universal source. That's really interesting because actually I think that's my work is concerned with my work is concerned with. musicality with religion and also with interrogating on Plantar Chrissy and the legacy of Trento crecy. on the Caribbean Diaspora. and one of the ways I think that we actually. Have always been able to express express ourselves is to music and through religion. And one of the continuities of our culture is the fact that we were able to embed practices within religious practices. So my family are very Catholic but also. So in a way, I can't think of Era I. Don't think in terms of you know if someone's if I'm if I'm with someone and they say, oh You know today's anniversary I'd be shocked if I remember some something like that or what date did that happen? I don't think in terms in like that. So someone says what they did. You create kitchen. His poetry kitchen, which is something I created someone says, what date did you start writing? I might not be able to remember that what I remember is the memory what I remember the footsteps of someone coming up the stairs what I remember is the musicality of Roger's voice in my kitchen or in my bedroom teaching people to write So I remember things through music in a way and also I think religious wise I grew up. Catholic. And so grew up in the Caribbean the musicality in the Caribbean in Church with tambourines and the singing in the Catholic Church and then coming over to Britain. I'm going to the Catholic Church over here was so different, the Catholic Church over here there was a coldness through there's an austerity to there's a kind of a clinical needs to the singing. When when you shake people's hands for the body of Christ, you know when you shake hand in the hand of peace which do in the service everyone with hold your hand very limply while in the Caribbean you to go round the whole church shaken everybody's hands and an unsmiling them and looking at them in the eye. So I think so music and so the to me, the music change and the musicality that I think has stayed with me that keeps putting itself into the music into the poetry is a Caribbean musicality. That comes out. So no matter how long I've lived in. Britain. The the musical landscape are also things like when I came over police and thief in the streets was the song that was playing and I came over in one thousand, nine, hundred, September hundred, nineteen one just after the Brixton riots so that at any time I, hear that song I'm instantly reminded some of Linton Kwesi Johnson's music on instantly reminded and take him back to social cultural political landscape. So the land as well as seeing with me through music if I think about women that I'm writing I, see their movement, the fluidity of their movement how they moved their waste how they walk in terms of music or even if I'm thinking about. If I hear someone talk in I most popular I'm going. You know if I, hear somebody I'm going to the DA dum dum dum dum. I can I can go I start kind of almost skorean although I'm told they're scoring the Jamaican. Vernacular or the Guyanese vernacular or I've kind of listening for the musicality to to how to kind of replicate in my work So that's how I think of music as supposed in this way although I can't sing. My Kryptonite as a poet is that I cannot get my head around IAMBIC pentameter untrue. Okay and all of those things I can't score it on the page. I can't get my head around and even though my writing is so embedded in that in musicality. that. That is fascinating because it sought. A missing piece about your work because I know your work we've been workshops together on of I've seen. I've had this. Real tree of saying poems as they become formed but even early drafts of yours still have this movement on dancing quality to it unlike you say it's from. It's from the CARABINERS, lie okay. How begun to survive this but taking this with US wherever we go take it into the Catholic Church and the so called gang from the Catholic Church, in the Caribbean to the Catholic church hair ratzel lymph handshakes everybody very solemn and it's also it's also sorry amid a metaphor going from the Caribbean from a from a sunny vibrant landscape so that charge the two churches are. Metaphors for the whole difference in lifestyle right because you go from this warm beautiful vibrant place to this everything is Brown. The House is the Dullness, the grain of the weather. So in a way through that you can you know it just enabled it just opens up. I. Also Rock sometimes I find myself when I get the words out I'm actually rockets I'm writing sometimes I'm writing you know a lot of the..

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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11:04 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"The two of us. Shorts with the ME, Watterson? Albert. Frederick. High, this is naming lettuce welcome to the US Shots Myself Alba Frederick talking to people across the globe about that pandemic xperience. Relationship to creativity mental health and emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to trigger warning these adult shows of the themes will be complex and interesting, and maybe it sometimes be triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later saw otherwise die right. It gives me great pleasure to introduce. Poets, charm psychotherapists, Charlotte, and so. And I've got a list of questions. But hopefully, we weren't even need less. We'll just dive all over the place. But I was thinking about your work. As a which I love as of clanking well, there's a lot of clarity and there's a lot of humanity work and. You know some poems are deliberately experimental on sometimes you have to have if you don't have to be a power, but you've got to have some experience of reading poetry to now enter into the work. I think with you'll work it's not experimental and it doesn't have to be. It's about life on how we share our human experiences together. And so I wondered. What are the lengths between a workers therapist and as a poet in terms of where you sit When you engage in either activity. Okay well. Interestingly. Actually I've been writing about this I just wrote. An article for our an association of Child Psychotherapist Billiton, and because somebody else's reviewed my poetry my last book for the bulletin. So I was writing response to that and I was trying to think about the links and I think there's a very important therapy, which is about containment I'm sure your therapy it's has a containing function and somebody put the idea tomato. Stories also have containing function and I thought well, of course, points a as well. So you know poem considerably take you out to where you where you are it committee resonate with something and it's sort of. A moment in time which I think can be containing for the writer as as they're writing it and resolving some in there. I mind also for the reader saying. To me that feels like quite a strong link between the two. And I say that sometimes the what the idea is the inspiration for. What I write about nursing early directly. But sometimes, it's come out off the stories of some of the patients were with although obviously, that has to be done with. Confidentiality has to be the whatever I'm talking about is made enormous but SAM. So. Yeah. I don't know if that answers your question like doesn't Zora thinking. Of that thing about containment. Of course. WHO's talking about perhaps you reading Potvin on the prime. cause. I don't know the pen yet which discusses. Discuss this directly George Floyd Steph. Rivets about. Global Racism. On the different forms it takes, but I'm wondering because of the idea of contaminants in story. How we use poetry. To help us through trauma. Yes. Yeah and that's that's been something that feels very current. The moment I feel like there's been such off plural proliferation. Say That right of articles saying about how important poetry has been jerry lockdown and the idea with an people turning to perch might not normally or even people that aren't particularly interested in poetry that can still recite a coupla lines or have a memory of poem from childhood ill some time. So I I think it's it's very much and. Yes something that the people turn to in times of trauma. All you know for rightists that they might find it very cathartic to write about an experience or to to be able to make sense of their thoughts through they write and are certainly that was some probably. Yeah, I didn't talk about the particular pro- muscle today I. Don't know if you want me to say I wouldn't mind I'd like to hear about. Latte because. I guess what? I'm interested Eh. Is How why paid perhaps identifiers white liberal law why allies will ever those words mean how we feel authentically unhelpfully about rights. Especially, if we have a platform whether it's through our writing all that me through having a podcast, but thoughts are expressed and how do we do that helpfully emon? And then Guess. An unselfconsciously honest way that doesn't either add to trauma or add to a former white censoring. Yes Yes and that's exactly what I was trying to do in this poem and that I why I've been trying to write it for about a year I'm not even sure that it's finished but. I thought it might be good one to re today because of all the recent news and it's now these things always around aren't they but it feels like such a flashpoint, the moment and I think nice flashpoints come round time and again when lesbian an incident of. Police brutality or death in custody or whatever is. And I was trying to write a response to that knowing that I don't have direct experience of racism of course, I don't. Then how can I talk about my experience of it without centring it instead of making it about me I was trying to get hold of that grotto with the idea. In the poem by looking at a recent or not. So recent events. So you know things like grenfell at why so start with the new crossfire and go three two Grandfather some of the events of last year. I'm not sure that I've achieved it yet but. Yeah I just that I'd like to. Try and something about that subject because I do think we have a responsibility particularly. White people that you know it shouldn't be that the burden is always on. Friends and colleagues who are back old asional minority. Ethnic groups. I. Think it is really important and I think. Because of a similar age, we've seen a strategy after atrocity and I think. Every age. There's a different. Relationship to the news on, obviously there's the huge racial divide. If you're white person, you can still have even if you're shows, you can still have an intellectual response in not right in the mix. But I think over time and if you're pokes who has aligned themselves politically. I'm how can you show on the old fashion way? Solas charity comradeship am I think what's really? Changed for me over my life I'm so fifty seven now. As. That is much more conversations about You know, why might the white privilege? Why benefits even if you see yourself as an ally and what that means how that's woven into your Danna how white supremacy worked an extremely internal level as as well as an extra one on the unpicking of that I'm that discussion wasn't so prevalent amongst white people and it's still not because I was thinking today. How often do I talk when I talk with other? People about racism. It's always positioned as. A wideness on our. Sense of solidarity and Bannon ally or whatever we're doing is positioned in a source of goodness and the mound stands and it's never self reflective. That's not self reflective conversation. Now, I don't know if that's true of other white people but I still think this thing is beginning to open up. I'm always. I guess, I'm cautious because I don't want to the virtue. The The. But to signaling on dealt wants to get into something and I also don't my head. I want to fly the. As something that has to be ongoing even if it's bloody difficult because however difficult to is however uncomfortable. It s to examine the benefits of my whiteness and the white sox say. It's nothing as we will know compared to being black and white society on that how he conducted relationships when we have friends and colleagues on lovers and fam lay on the system supports are winding us in the very thing supports us wants to destroy them on how to conduct these relationships honestly unfailingly I guess. So that's. Muffled. Question. Put putting across and it's not really a question that's just made so. Trying to make sense. So. It's a discussion with all that would you like to CEO per? Okay. Yes. Headlines. I could all gay I was too young in eighty-one to be aware of new cross house charred to the ground. Taking thirteen souls. That I. Walk Through Brixton Burning in ninety five in the aftermath.

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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13:11 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You rebels radio presents the two of US shorts with Neo me, Watterson Albert Frederick. High. This is naming lattice welcome to the US shots myself. Alba Frederick talking to people across the globe about that pandemic experience. On its relationship to creativity mental health emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to a a warning these adult shows of the themes will be complex and interesting, and maybe it sometimes be triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later saw otherwise Stein right. I'm Ali overjoyed and slightly own about my guest today because without her I wouldn't be here she is director rail rebels radio at least you're Graham. So what difference do think it makes in terms of like community activism and engagement to have a designated space or how for station as opposed to a podcast or online station, but all the interaction is virtual. Well, if you look. In thanks for having me on the show today. Oh, me it's great to be interviewed by because usually. I'm either engineering for or doing something else. So it's quite an honor. Having, an actual hub for a station and the different that makes to having online podcast just accessible randomly having a radio station. Well I. Took a lot of. Inspiration from. The Australian model of community radio where because the distances in Australia between people radio was away of really. Connecting and Having people communicate with each other and also having. A membership. The club being how of. Some things that you could put into and they start off not online with masts around various communities and were able to share in that way. And that is very different to the commercial moto which is. Heavily sponsored. Has Sort of very restrictive messages may be in terms of. Ov- restricted ways of conveying messages in these community radio stations, people could talk about the stuff, the issues the bother them. Have a voice. And be the voice as well because then you have every day P pool. Interviewing. Other everyday people who will giving their points of view about localities and and and issues that affect them their own community. So I hope is quite important I think. For us. Maybe not so much for the big radio stations but having a place where you learned radio. Where you learn how to do it and you can start producing your content. I think that's been really useful to the mobile of rebel. which you are one. And You know. Being able to look at ways. Of using. Media. And be creative as well. Thing I mean I love podcast I love the. It's opened radio walk. It's opened audio up it's anyone can do it if they come in various qualities and With very subject matter and podcast is an extension. Really. Of the community radio you know. Giving people voice. Of this like every other podcast live I listen to this American life because that's the benchmark, very professional podcasting. You now with a huge team of researchers and produces the show and CUGE plans and it's not. Rough from ready, it's very, very polished. It's very good but also, very polished. It's just what we all aspire to me. We do spots, but there's a Paul make I was thinking about aspiration today I was I was aware that whenever Ryan to be people I have questions, I have bullet points. And often I think on my feet my say arm a hell of a law I'm from say that's really interesting on then. I. Go into something unless you're anxiously ups really interesting when I add to. I Shall I get rid of all the arms and that's really interesting. I thought no, it's a conversational style. That's the whole point it has to be as intimately as possible. It's like. My fantasies like the will be going a bus again or public space where we feel free there and you just overhear a conversation between two other people and you know that you shouldn't be overhearing it but it's so fascinating. You're not gonNA move away. That's what I want I. The the listeners spill over haring or they feel that they could be part of that conversation. So the. The. Sort of. The less Polish off the interaction I realized is important for me in terms of. Authenticity. One of the things that's really struck May, and that's before when Kobe was still leaders the Labor Party about what he said about you know or with these terms that learning jobs and what we've called low skilled a really essential jobs they're all workers, these key workers. But I feel that. Apart from Thursday clapping that sense slap people who less. And their jobs being defined as low skill, which is an insult in itself. I. I worry the Bat. Acknowledgement. Of the importance of those jobs themselves might disappear. New now that won't well. Even though it's really hard to say that Globe Labor I just think in terms of obviously in terms of the Tory party. Now. I. Just I can't begin. To say how I feel any Arctic look way because it would mean breaking things be. In article on behalf. Because I think I look. Just before the pandemic, we were looking at thirty years of. Before having seen programs with air pollution climate change. would be there are irreversible. So for me having the moment to sit and think the peaceful moments the COM. Is An anxious. Can we move forward? Can we do things differently. Why are people paying extortionate rents? To live in. Not very good accommodation. Why are people paying expensive fares? Why are people? You know? How can we live in this actually lives in this world and then further into it the I you know and of course you. Minorities. Bain POC. Pot whatever you know or in the front line of those things and then when you look at the global climate Affect. Those countries. are going to be the ones hit most hip. But we will all come to that, and that is what we need to be thinking about rushing back to work. Is something. But is it the right thing? Maybe it's not as unclear, the bigger picture that we that we start with basics. Like housing. And that causes into. Homelessness. And we look at the way our society is been structured. We need to look at that one thing everybody needs. Somewhere to lay their head you know there's that old. Song from the sixties may you never know your head down without? A handhold? May you never lay your head down in the cold? And that should be a principal. Amongst us all and the idea that it's complicated. It's complex has been handed down to us. We have A, we have a housing system. Yet it's been. Of Social Housing but it's been ripped apart and ripped to shreds, and we now need to build it back up again, people like to think that the people that this is happening to a really far away of really you know they're in Ahmed's will living like this right now and we should be treating the world as though it's in an emergency, not only because of the pandemic. But because of how we've been living entreating the planet. It reminds me when I have polar bear Stephen Camden on the show. Now. Such a wise thing and he said, he said I just don't get how that can be millionaires. I'm homeless people exactly and I'll never forget him saying that I remember him saying that and affecting me. And that was why these compensation really needs to be had it this time these this is the space for it and that we need to go back to basics here you know you keep stripping away not you but they keep stripping away. The? The rainforests and it's been told the. It's th-the alums of the planet lots of these healthcare workers. Now, a gun to have a lot of trauma how do we support that but I've worked in a hospital? The everybody's just the upper lip it's not people are dying all the time. So how can we how a system that festival support the work 'cause I'm then as extensive enough to support whatever stage they are in an illness and the idea that it doesn't have to be. You don't have to money as the NHS you don't have to cut costs you can have a system where both housing we haven't even gone into education yet, but housing and health, and then education. Those three basic things are the foundations of your society. UNTO talk about it doesn't come across Utopian idealistic it comes across as possible on the sensual. At. This time where Black ethnic minorities of facing the run of. Of the virus of the pandemic, they're out there doing their love low-paid seamlessly skilled jobs right now you realizing in appreciating hopefully. But. You know they were kind of forced to open the Mary Seco Hospital which would have been a great boost actually. Workers, NHS, workers, I think okay. She never really recognized. But also. Just thinking about Mary, C Colon had different. 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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You rebels radio presents the two of US shorts with Neo me Watterson Albert, Frederick? High. This is naming lattice. Welcome to the. Shots myself. Alba Frederick talking to people across the globe about that pandemic experience. On its relationship to creativity, mental health emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to trigger warning. These adult shows of the themes will be complex and interesting, and maybe it sometimes be triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later saw otherwise die right. It gives me great pleasure. Another say that pleasure underlined because it's a dear friend of mine may eat talks. Who is a writer published show? Ben Curator. Social Commentator Dad. Lovely Person Coke can I throw in Clare. You can throw in Cook. We have to cook to eat. We have to eat to live, and but you love your food so I. I do I do. Highlight out. So in a with these interviews. What happens is. Ever since quite intuitive, have a bullet point list of things I want to ask and at first I was asking people what was life before the global pandemic. What was it and I was very important question to ask? But I thought I'm just GONNA. Go a totally different angle. Was You today? And I was thinking about you in publishing because. That seems very important question, which is also by the pandemic is about people's relationship to reading and two books, and how books can but lights our very own time machine. You know they can take us forward. They can take us back. They can take us all over the place in the specially. When we're talking about poetry and poetry, it's. Such an important thing when we're going through turbulent times to record the change and to give people hope and for people to find some resonance with as a backdrop. Can you tell me? When did you so I? Have your publishing vision because it's a big thing to be a publisher? You know to suddenly say yeah. This is this is a big things might not make me a lot of money. It might be a little work I'll be working with writers loveliest they are. They're not always the easiest people to work with my savings myself I'm. When did you first get back vision? And then how long you getting the vision to the actually become a reality. So I think. For Me Seth. I thought about as a big thing. I probably would never have started it. is precisely because it's not as a small thing. That I'm still here. Probably. so I always worked with words. I I mean I was assigned student right through school. I work has a scientist after I graduated. But I always had a love affair with books in reading, and that's Love Leagues in my family. My entire family is composed of scientists who love music and reading..

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"US shorts with Neo me Waterson Albert, Frederick. High. This is naming lettuce welcome to the vast shots myself Alba Frederick talking to people across the globe about that pandemic spirit. And its relationship to creativity, mental health and emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to trigger warning. These adult shows of the themes will be complex and interesting, and maybe it sometimes be triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later. Otherwise dive right in. My guest today is my friend, my young friends. I don't mean that in the dispersion where in celebrate rate, my young friend Amber Cohen who is the daughter of a good friend of Mine Sam. and. I decided to interview amber for a whole host of reasons amongst those the fact that she's articulate intelligent enthusiastic. There I say visionary and also I was thinking, should i? Talk about with us should. Of Go into this into and I remember the first time I took you a new mom to hampstead ladies pounds, and it wasn't like a Balmy Day. Day where it might have been a challenge to go into a huge dark poems of cold water. And my images view. I thing in so this is the poems. I'm doing slow. Franck crawl across. It come Olympic swimmer, and for me that says so much about you, and about how you dive into things, and although you have this very powerful intellect, your physical engagement in the world is equally important. Would you say that is correct description of? The I think probably is when you say that. The first thing that jumps to mind is always like rugby sports which anyone who knows me knows I speak about lot, but I think. I've always had that space where I could get out of my head where you like. There's something comforting about knowing that no matter what was going on in my life on a two hundred day I go somewhere and I wouldn't have to think it was all kind of instinct. And even when that meant that I messed up terribly. That was a release knowing that I hadn't kind of. Over what's myself into a decision? I'm definitely someone who kind of worries themselves to pieces. And try to think of every possible angle and kind of my attitude. Analysis paralysis. You. Think about what you should be doing and how you might be. Seen as by doing these things that you don't actually do anything. which is probably the least. Productive dateable. So I think yeah deafening sports. And this kind of those physical spaces outside. is well the family. Take care is food. Those kind of. Experiences convert, put them into words, and you kind of just have to bring it back to south and body and his pay attention to what you're doing what you're feeling. Yeah, I! Think that's a very human thing today. The on the everyone that feels that. I know, but I it's interesting. Because I've interviewed of people and you're the only one talks about it in that. Specific way about like this analysis paralysis always having this freedom, this option of freedom, which is profoundly physical engagements in the world am I do know because your parents both like restaurant quality cooks I made it, so you do live in a restaurant that happens to also be a family home. Things about quarantine, not having to Cook my inferior at university, so stay with cooking. So I'm thinking that because your universe, so say a little bit about what you're studying what it's meant to you to. Leave home and become student that sort of huge change in your life because it's so significant for us all. 'cause not everybody. Goes to study and leaves home. Not Everybody who leaves home goes to study so when these two things are happening together. It's very profound change so the talk a little bit about that I think first of all I kind of just felt like I was ready to leave for very long time. I think that feeling in itself was something. I had to walk through so. Like I've always growing up. We always moved around a lot. So when it came to moving into new spaces, that was something I was quite familiar with, and I definitely felt at various points. My life is kind of desire to kind of pick up and go and just put myself in new experience and. Until I think university was something I've been longing for for a while. Because of that I think also just as a space where I could throw myself in something that I was passionate about an ready. Get my teeth into it without all of the rebate Brubeck and hoops and dolls of examinations and stuff I mean there's still a bit of that which covering now. But I was really looking forward to it in that sense, and it has been a lot of those things to me, but I think part of the biggest learning curve with. Dealing with that feeling of wanting to be somewhere else when it wasn't where I was. Not Definitely, not something that I've. Mastered it yet, but just this kind of this trying to be. At peace with where I am and what I'm working. Even as I'm looking forward to things in my future, so. I think that last year of sixth form were like what was important. Moderate was. Taking the time. To start to try and appreciate where I was even if that wasn't where I necessarily wanted to be. A not for be quite patent, not for quarantine. Stephanie become this space of of slowing down and going okay, yes, as important as doing those things and going to these places might be. Actually that doesn't mean there isn't a space where I am now. And actually linking that linking the two things together again. One of the things I definitely been feeding about about quarantine even was just. You know this difficulty in adjusting between. Living as an individual autonomous individual at university, where the only thing i. Worry about is myself my work to? Like back into unit of four. And this feeling like at this time in my life, I want to be the ultimate ultimate individual. WHO's doesn't have to worry about anyone else. In this kind of left to make my rumors messier as clean as needs and kind of have to deal with the. Outcome and consequences of that by myself. The tension between that's kind of want to be where I feel I need to be at this point in my life, but actually being home with my family. Has I think forced me to come into contact with. Other kind of deeper issues, but things I'm walking through and like. I didn't know what the right word is. It's not problems, but. It just facet of my life where it's at the moment, I need to think about through the. Kind of overlooked if I've been at us because my mind was always looking to the next thing. How's it been.

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You rebels radio presents the two of US shorts with neo me Watterson. Albert, Frederick. High this is naming lattice. Welcome to the US Charts Myself Alba Frederick he's talking to people across the globe about that pandemic experience. On its relationship to creativity, mental health emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to trigger warning. These adult shows of the themes will be complex and interesting, and maybe it sometimes be triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later saw otherwise dime, right. Today I'm interviewing. My did their Mussa Conga. Who is a broadcaster, writer and musician? Only you said occasional musician on my question that because the reason I questioned that, but don T end. is about creativity and this idea that you have to. Get up everyday to paint a bear painter guess up every day to be a writer and I'm. Behalf fluctuations in our lives for a million reasons, so, does that mean be kind of define ourselves? If we're not doing everyday Bikaner, find ourselves as that. We haven't got a huge. Online following, we made lots of money. So that's why questioned. Let you said occasional while you went straight in love. No good. No, we said we would. Do you know what it is? It's because I have so much respectful. The process on the Croft. That when I see, you're right when I see myself. Making stuff now then is as a part time amateur thing because each time I make music I'm deeply commited I'm. It's weird. I'm I'm passionate about music in a way I. Don't fully express a lot of friends. Like. It's not even my twitter bio. Talk about very much. What I make music I'm deeply passionate about sound about craft. The reason like you love making music is because there's some things you can say with that. You can't see any other way. There's a way that music enters you. Dot that nothing else does and I love having the options putting out some music pretty soon because there's a song I wrote and I'm like well right with Chris so I worked with this project. Kubiak so. I, wanted to talk about the fact that there's so much Prussia. You mentioned the pressure to produce this pressure to produce. There's also pressure society to be positive and be well and be fixed and be better. Know me how you doing you better, you better. Everyone's always you'd better. There's always the sense of like okay like people. Other people get tired. Of Your tiredness and I wanted to do a song which is basically about. It's okay to feel broken. Songs is sabotage spacey about. Always talk about self help actually if I can't help myself. What if I actually destroy myself because I? I've learned. The Bat so many bad things happen that I've been given no cause for optimism. I wanted to do some for those people. Because if think that's quite related, but I think a lot of people will be yeah. I have self-destructive cycles. Yeah, I have like bad patterns of like. Self Management I was like. Yeah, this is for you and. That's not the kind of. You know because of the way. Make Music. It's not the I. would be chatting albums. Every China would be producing albums every year. Every now and again is like I can only say that this song I can only say that particular thing. With eight of music. So yeah. Some sometimes. Not Sometimes, not occasional like you're right. I'm I started correct. You correct me even before. I arrived on the on this conversation's post. Funny, but yeah. I hope you don't feel corrected in an awful way I. No this is no holds barred like you're welcome to ask anything. That's fine. Too Because I am so interested in what you say about self sabotage, and even defining himself as an occasional musician. Is You got so sabotage, but but then. Like you say. Do we want to self sabotage? Ourselves sabotage. You know you can feel crappy by yourself. You One cam. And we can actually call lay, and then we can give ourselves a half time about giving ourselves a time. You know that like the addictive loop synthetic, and that was the liberation from it. The whole thing is about that it's about. Out She, just let it be. It's okay to feel. It's like. These are the things that happened to these things you may have done. The mistakes made. Those mistakes may have arisen from being undermined so often that you made more, and it's okay to still are part of healing. The beginning of heating is dislike. To try to be ashamed of your mistakes to just to try not to be in, it's not even there's not even any pressure to get better this dislike. Knowledge this. Knowledge that yeah, this is the thing didn't go right. But don't be ashamed of it like or trying to be ashamed of it Yet try not to to say this is so i. Am and maybe carry on doing after this after hearing this whatever? People talking to you maybe that you know what? It's okay to acknowledge that, too. But. I would say if anything just acknowledge if you can. But there is a pattern i. think that's the helpful thing because I've spoken to people before going through staff. I've been myself. And the hardest thing the beginning is that. Something has going on. A There is a there is a dynamic, because sometimes it also one thing I say one really keeping I stress in song is. Look people talk about like self sabotage being exhausting that it relates how exhausted positivity can be in familiar his. It's like a muscle you've never used. Says suddenly woke. You haven't walked in ten years. It's like telling someone be competent. Be Positive. You're like what I've never done it. There's no precedent for it. There's no. There's no precedent is actually so much more precedent so much more logical to sabotage because that's all I know and I'm really good at it. So it's honoring people's pain. On People's processes of crating will pay. Dot To. Me feels really important, and that's why it was harder to say that. In text on! It wasn't music for some reason. I think because I found Catharsis in in writing. If that makes sense doesn't make a lot of sense and I think. There's something about releasing something. Comes an entire thing given. To the walls to a an audience. It comes. From Yourself, two hours can also say because I see told. I'm thinking about. Big Things Accountability. And a shame. and. Forgiveness on those already huge moment and this thing hand and. I wouldn't be doing this conversation justice if we didn't talk about the your black man I'm a white woman, and those words have a different resonance for us entirely because of our unique personal and political experiences. And how to level those and. It's let the Hughes topics, and that's why think say music or cultural artifacts Useful story. So they don't. It doesn't become an abstract conversation. It becomes embodied rail. I'm personal like you say. So many things have happened. The tendency to self sabotage gets greater. Am I wonder how much self sabotage? is about making meaning out of chaos. Yeah, it's because then you have If you self-harm. Maybe Mark Yourself you've. You've gained some level of control. Some measure of that I was talking to someone in an abusive relationship. She emerged from it copies ago and she's thinks so much better. Announce shot up to her..

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Two of US shorts with Watterson Albert Frederick. High this is naming lettuce welcome to the US Shots Myself Alba Frederick talking to people across the globe about that pandemic experience. And its relationship to creativity, mental health and emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to trick warning. These adult shows of the themes will be complex. Interesting and maybe it sometimes be triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later. Otherwise dive right in. I am very excited. Today chuffed even to be interviewing a husband and wife tape. Ricard Lund. I think I've pronounced that correctly. Are Carpenter who? Autism the unripe, but also collaboration and work together. Looking at them now that that's. Thanks Office mate's a gorgeous team and I've got to tell you something what I've been doing. I've been picking out the full Angel Cards. Because I'm not home. I can do this for my interviews on the ones I got for you. I'm this brings me to my first question. The ones I've got for you a spontaneity huma. So. How much is of those well? It's themes. Part of your individual work in process I'm when you work together. good question. The the thing is very nice because. I, don't know. I like things that are caught question of joy and Brian. Comedy Weiss. Sometimes in been my pictures and in my projects I don't think that people necessarily see it, but. It's definitely there without sound yes. So yeah, they make me chuckle. Then I guess I know us. Why No? Your humor and yet record has yeah very dry sense of humor, a very sweetie sense of humor. I guess so sometimes. Maybe it's missed boy. English people. So. Spontaneous is definitely Mai without a doubt. We've realized working in the last few weeks together. And separately is we both we've records built a makeshift darkroom in in the cellar. And he's learning how to do so printing and album printing, and because I haven't had any money to buy film up. Until now I've been doing loom, imprinting and wet, Siona types and I am very chaotic, and and we realized that I like to intuitively work with things so i. I will make apiece and as it's developing or as I will. I will work with it and I'll change around and I'll add things to it. So why working very spontaneous, people have an idea to it straight away. I mean you enjoy being a photographer as well sometimes photography you cough. You know that this different stage stages involved often taken the picture then process it printed, too. Many might lay it out in sequins, and all of those steps going to change the way that the. Picture looks. The way it works unfamiliar with with learning the things that I've been learning recently. You don't do the sold printing if I if I do a change to the negative. Or if I add an extra bit of an ingredient in the in the sort of developer, fixer or something that's going to change the results. And I'm not gonna see that until maybe like twenty four hours later without result is. That's driving czar nuts. I can't do that I. Absolutely I have. I to be able to see something changing and be able to. To work with it so I see. I think oh I'm not Sakina on that, so maybe I'll spray some water on or our lads, some lemon juice, or do with the with the lumens. Thankful. because. Because of the LT supports pledge. Scheme of been selling prints have sold a few, which meant I could buy symposia Woodfield last week, so the last couple of days I've started a I do my ghosts again. And it's just a relief because it's a project that I've been wanting to continue, but also it's I'm. I can work with I'm like. It's very physical the way I work. Very spontaneous slept right? Okay. I'm going to go do this the two nights ago. We did some polaroid's in the garden. About midnight, because then there's no neighbors that can see what we're doing and no neighbors to interfere or anything like that. Record is very very considered, and as he says you know, his process often can take a few days to do whereas I need to be in. And I think. It's definitely on kind of like more like a painter. And so I think you should. I know we talked about this the other day, but I think you're more of a sculptor. You kind of like to shape something as see the way that it's sort of changes and develops in front of you. As you conflict pushing something. To See what that does to to your picture he's. Got, this 'cause spontaneity I just thought to visa era because I think. You've been really instrumental. some of Mayakoba this idea of having a play. And what that means and I think for me when I started this a long term project, which is on hold on hold. I don't know which had Kohl's all my bad work, which was a way of like escaping the? Rigidity of producing and aesthetically pleasing photograph. And I did it with the different cameras. Right into my dad's law did it with my food today, which much poison pointing shoot? I'm my that thing of having a play not wasn't hands on. It's been very much just like letting the process. Lead itself rather than come to a decision, but also in him about Ereck because we have something in common of power from Photography Leo much better at the thing I'm about to mention which is baking. I can't make told you come because I can say that because you can't keep an opening on off them. It's not like stern something on the top of the Slovene you can ask been ascendant. have a play, but baking. You have to wait. That's the spirit of waiting while slip the thing that you've made goes to. It's unprocessed, absolutely outside view. Of feel like my brain is kind of jumping around all these different. Different things you know to do with photography, 'cause I I..

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"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"albert frederick" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"The two of US shorts with neo me Watterson. Albert Frederick. High! This is naming lettuce welcome to the US Charts Myself Alba Frederick talking to people across the globe about that pandemic. And its relationship to creativity, mental health and emotional wellbeing. And as always I'd like to give a trigger warning. These adult shows of the themes will be complex and interesting, and maybe it sometimes be triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later saw otherwise die right. I'm delighted to have my twin. Not A. Blood relative, but birthday relative mark misty trump's Nola. He's much much younger than I am. Not much much younger in every day we get closer in age. Feels like I I think that's because I'm probably getting younger a spirit I put. I was just going for relative age as proportion of your radio everyday. I get closer to your age. Maths amount. You are a tendency to do that. Throw messes lines even into poetry I I like to get the login to any crevice. It will fit into. An squeeze it out and spread it around a bit and see if I could rearrange and sometimes cool that poetry. I was thinking of yeah. It is partially, but I'm also thinking because the appleton you. Do. You're a teacher. So I've already learned something. We've been chatting a few minutes and any good teacher is always looking for the learning opportunity. Or is my nieces. Nephews would suggest uncle out gets a bit boring sometimes, but you know it's. It's a little masters interpretation. Deem enjoy teaching. I love opening minds. I think it's one of the most exciting things you can do. my my my suv, of of a number of catchphrase, but I'm an toes of my creative and professional life. took. The same chunk from Marxist thesis on feel about that the the breakfast cane I'm at where he said the philosophy The point however is to change. It mocks that he wants to do that with this. I say. Poets might six interpret the world. I won't my woods to change it. That's the whole point and education is the easiest mice. Directs and clearest sign that you changed the world. If you take a mind that doesn't have. Some information pull some information in an even better if you can help that person to go out and source more information. You'll you know you've changed the building? It's the the immediate feedback from that is one of the biggest buzzes in life. I consider a link in obviously you link between Nev- already set it between teach and poetry. Poetry is very engaging and. Are you perform it lot a now. At the moment you've been filming yourself and sharing your poems online, and so I'm thinking about their the link, not just between poetry and not teaching. But your activism and your cells, the political heart that beats in you. So when I suppose. What's the difference with the word that you were doing before the pandemic in the work you're doing now. Is it very different has evolved or is it? Are you doing more of the same bigger? Well! I'm really fortunate position that the pandemic give me a load of time I'm and yes, it has given me stress, but in comparison to a lot of people that have come into contact with a giving the relatively less stress, I'm giving lots of other people And it's been off a creative canceled every time. I start to get bit relaxed. Something happens A Tory opens their mouth Let's poison drew below. A friend or a friend of a friend's. Get sick or get better, the the. Other site. What's happening for me? Is the things that I would normally respond to it just over ramped up and so my writing is responding to that I I tend to to write from. A point of having a message to share or a passion that I just can't. Get Out in any other direction I'm poetry's sometimes the absolute best way to explain something that has a to me for some time. My best poems like the coach from Chameleon piece. I having spent years explaining to people who I am what I think of myself in terms of my ethnic. and. Cultural Heritage. I managed. That up in three minutes. On which would take me? I was Kinda Impact that poem from for an audience. But yet so because my. There's a heightened. Is there a heightened passions? At the moment? There are important issues there are messages that really need to be communicated, and that just keeps spurring me to do more and more and more so yes I think. I'm larger than life the moment because I'm responding to larger than life situations. It's making me. I'm produce large amounts of work. And I would hope the intensities also actually impacting on the quality I think. when I really care about things I get them right. as well as as as as well as wanting to get get them written on a want to get them right as A. Lovely law in the. You're not really a writer. If guessing it right is more important than getting written by actually great writing is with the to fuse where you're desperate to get it right, and you know you have to get written, and you have to get it written now because this message isn't going to be pertinent in two weeks time so. I'm really grateful to the to the white technologies evolve because now I'm recruiting things on my IPAD. With telly prompt. you know. So I can I can write things and recalled them at the you know within within the evening away. The to learn them to perform would have taken me a week or two, so yeah, the there's definitely some changes in the way that I work up the things that I'm responding to which means that the work is very different. Thinking about the teddy prompt and the difference between learning ones were. Being an actress well on repeating. Ones welcome taking ownership that way, and like you say reading from a teleprompter rescreen has altered. Your relationship with your work doesn't embodied in the same way. No in the same way, but partly that feels less important because the fact is, it's going to be coming out of a gloss screen at the other end, so the the level of in which your your body can interact for Coach. Will comedian at online Mike All slam events, and they can only see a certain amount of my buddy. Go to really wide angle, but the realities than you vocally so unless you've got a a microphone, the attaches to you. You end up being quite limited in what you can do. I don't actually have a good enough microphone. On a Phone or anything so I end everything ends up being convinced and reduced anyway, so is less embodied, however, nobody before they would have said that the process of committing a poem to memory really impacts on the nature of the poem I tend to think that the the bits of a halt to learn if into to to to chip away at the the unnecessary in the Poorly constructed in that process of learning, so I would have normally set. The would be losing something by by these prices, but so far I'm really pleased with the with what's actually come out so I guess I guess. After the event I'll have more opportunities to to to to learn some of these things in the right. The rising I just couldn't possibly learn and produce the same rate that I am at the moment so it. It's working for the situation of farmers lovie. So I'm thinking conventional students come out from like this sense of urgency, which I don't think is unusual, but also our passions, and know obviously our got of inside knowledge, because passions for sunsets and take. The sunsets, but also your other passion for.

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