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09:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Also the psychological question and I apologize if it's so cliche. I'm also asking you for vice as a friend as well as an interviewer. How do you emotionally deal with limitations and frustrations in your life? I think over the years as a person with chronic illness. I've come to. An acceptance I guess of certain limitations. It's not necessarily a permanent acceptance, but it's more like today. I cannot do this. Maybe tomorrow I will, but today I need to rest story a or can go out or whatever that is. and. I think that. The joy that I get from creating art helps a lot, too, so that even if I can't get out and do my normal things, I will go back and look at photos that I've taken with last year the year before that I always wanted to get to do something with and sort of. Refresh, I! Guess my creativity that way by. Not New material, but old material that has been just waiting for me to to get to I don't know I. Think just being chronically ill in the first place gives you a certain amount of. Certain degree of acceptance of things because you know you can't change. What has happened to your body? So you learn to adapt you learn ways around it, you learn. You know that there are days when you just have to rest and there's just nothing else to do. You need that basically. And hard for me because I'm. I've always been a very active person. Up and out and doing things in whatever and it's very hard for me to sit still. Very hard for me to not to only do one thing at a time, actually in the Queen of multi-taskers here. It's very difficult for me but I think that once you've been forced to accept certain. By illness. It sort of. Becomes easier, but that becomes a coping mechanism is to just say this is what it is today. This is really helpful because you've answered to buy your own personal experience, but also I think it will be very relevant for other people who live with chronic conditions that will recognize. Themselves, you sites but I also think about people in different parts of the world or even when people listen to this. Late stage and perhaps the. Lockdown is different in different parts of what's have all these different things happening all the time. People who are normally healthy am fit what you have. Much more agency in the choices they make how right with the world what you're saying is. The allowing US and like it's fine. It's like this is what it's like. Now I'm the big thing is not to stop. Onto the future, even if it's still gonNa be light that because that's too much. It's just concentrating on the present moment. Yes, I'm not seems really important. I've got one final question for you. I'm what I've been doing and my a flat go out Shogo like a little bullet, pointless lie right, and then what happens is I sometimes refers to offer my guests role psychic, and they start talking about the things before I've mentioned them, and then I've been sorta choosing a words, the end which springs to mind and the word I've got view is wonder. And I didn't think about intellectual had to stop both the Barbara Oberlander and I'm supposed to answer it fully before. You answer it for yourself. Because the way you talk about this change in your life became. Very ill in two thousand nine, and you've had some touch dome moments since I've known your new. Incredible courage, and alongside that there has been this birthing of this new you on a claiming of yourself as an artist and the patching you talk about. The Passion. Have passionately you talk about that journey about creating. So I've I've witnessed anyway. But what you does one main on. How does it live in your life? I think first of all I think wonder is a absolutely beautiful word and. And yeah very appropriate I think. Avenue I think it would be very hard to be an artist without a sense of wonder. because. Imagining. Things. That don't yet exist necessarily like even if you're starting from an original or from someone else's idea or from a piece that already exists, you still have to have that wonder to take it to another reality in the sense, the the reality that you see. because. It is a wondrous thing to be able to create something out of nothing or from something else, or you know I I just don't understand how anyone could not have a sense of wonder when you're creating something. And then you step back and you know that it's. Something that's both yours and bigger than yourself. I love the word one. I. Yeah I really. I liked us on looks I think just the process itself. is so much you know like you say something from nothing or something from something. Else own tally different. You can't trace. It goes back to you really like when people look at your work and say. Media Miss that. You know that sort of slightly in awe on that match it part of the process which you says like bigger than you, but just not about you sitting there thinking I'm going to do this I'm going to do that. It's sort of almost comes through view and is out of your hands. Am I? Think for me as your friend saying you. Really. Become the office you already were. Is has been absolutely. One dress to observe Oh. Thank you. I just. I just think it's a perfect word for art I. Mean When I look at some of my things, or when other people have looked at some of my work and I show them because I do photo. Manipulation I show them the original photo and it's like a very pedestrian. Nothing special about it kind of thing, and then I show them what I've created from it and it's. Something so completely. Different people said I would never have guessed that you created it from that. And you need a sense of wonder both to create something like that and to see it I think to bring it back to baking analogy L. from have a bank analogy, but I think with baking. You know what I mean you look in the cupboard. Uc Flower you see whatever. Fat, oils. Sugar eggs, things you have, but these totally set pro. And you have to have within you. The list of cake bar and this is why the banking of marriage is going to work here and knowledge of cake. I love that word I think should be, but what happened before the first cake. Yes, somebody must've had, and this is the wonder. The possibility that that was a Heiki nece. Whole Missing in human experience that happ filled. That must been a first cake on i. think that's what art is like every single time. That's the first cake. Every time you create a piece of art from something looks entirely different. You're exploring the unique cake, quality and digital form of that work absolutely, and it's different every time you know I have a habit of using the same photograph to create several. New versions of and that seems to be a fascination for me, so it's like. I guess I'm exploring different kinds of cake. Like. What would it look like if I did this? Or if I put chocolate desserts, I put whatever lemon in this and I think that creating can be like that, too. What if I went this far, but then went on another path? You know in my editing process you know or didn't do this part and just see what I come up with. Because I I must have a dozen different sunflowers that done and I keep saying to myself. How many sunflowers do you need, but each one of them I love. So. -At's perfect lovely to end. Also think it's lovely to end on the image of sunflower. We can't really go wrong with that, so bob I'm thank you.

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"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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04:23 min | Last month

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"I didn't ask any of it. And I have to say those people have to hear this. It's too much though me. It's too much. The things are expected to deliver. On the science of the fucking cowards. I get cooled up to comment by the BBC. About Eaton's history with colonialism and slavery. And I'm like. Why is the headmaster of Eton not talking about this? Why the descendants of slave traders not talking about this? Why have you not cold them? Why have you called a black person who was the most affected by that kind of environment to comment? Why do you always cool the oppressed to comment on the oppression? This is my fucking job. People say our Mussa like you made a career, I said. Do you know I've lost? If people knew how many friends I lost acquainted. I'd lost connections lost, and so oh, yeah, but do it. Do it for the work for the work, so yeah, price you paying. What price of these people pay on a human level? I'll do it. I'll do it. Don't get me wrong. I'll do the work I'm not going to give us an fucking medal I do it. This private conversations I've had a far more stressful fof nappy Kyw, far more important in the article I and I have those conversations and I never duck them. Out in the last week alone I have had. More of those conversations than most people, most fuckers having a lifetime where I've called people up cool people out in a private context when it's most frightening. I've called out people who've helped my career and I've written them privacy and said you were wrong. I've spoken to them and I'll keep doing it. And this isn't about whereas my reward. This is not what I'm saying. It's like. How do I get home? When do I get home? When do I feel safe? The fact that I sat here the age of forty. And I wrote an essay. I'm talking about. Maybe I'll sacrifice for the next. People dot made me sad. Because made me realize at some level I have given up. On macy my unhappiness. I have given up on it. So, yeah, Multi S. Is Well. I'm dislike. On that guy that lives on the corner. and He loves his partner. And Evan. Mary knows about none outside the district. We Know Zain. And like. When he passes away like Oh. Yeah, he was a guy. A No one really knows that much more. Yeah, it was a guy who was around Latina. His partner and they love doing this nasty, not and they were kind of my. That's my multi-diverse. And the reason why I can paint so eloquent is because I think about it. All the fucking time. I'm so far. This is the saddest thing about all of it. The past I am. A dent regret the life. I've made a proud of it. I'm really proud of what I've done with while I was given. But I'm so far. From the reality tonight one for myself. I think we'll be fucking. Slow painful I realize often about the multiple within. This this idea eve may ask his dislike. In this reality. It has been the span testicle reality. Physics improve. Do you know what I mean? It's not even a parallel universe that you can slip into slack. It feels like. The feeling is it's not there. But the longing for is the all the time. All the time and I want people to hear this because I wanted to fucking no. This is not a game. We'd have fun without complaint about this Shit for fun Oh. That sounds me. You sound like a normal duty. I am a fucking normal dude. With an op normal life an.

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The Two Of Us

06:56 min | Last month

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Fucked. And I want my part of that. To be true to yourself this the truth to be true to if I was more of a Dick. I'd have a better life. Whatever happy life, if I was actually more of an also if I just took. What was offered in kind of like a kind of? Cruel transactional way. Not. A IF IF I. was like yeah I'm being fetish is, but fuck it. Yeah, like whatever but fuck if I was dot. Talk of Dude. I'd actually be more attractive. There was a situation a few months ago. Well a mattress on one of these dating sites. Frenchwoman like very attractive, we're talking. Eventually unmatched me because I wasn't sexually aggressive enough. Because she wanted she'd come to like She'd come about in. On staff a few days, and she wanted to be used, and she wanted to be used by black man who would disrespect to us as you want me to go round basically and just do what happened. I said look, we've not even had a drink we've not. She wanted a very specific type of black guy. It was takeout. Caught. Explain how degrading that vote. Because you match with somebody like all. This poses interested in me whatever she didn't. Why did you match them? Because I looked like someone who would degrade her? I was like Oh. Yeah, he's. He's dark skinned enough. He'll get that one and all candy this to me and then the fuck man leave. That's what she wanted from me. People joke, HA, ha! Knows disgusting and I talked. About this. They sound surprised that like. Why wouldn't you want to? See You. Don't get it. I don't like feeling. Like fifty dot so disgusting on degrading and horrifying horrific like. I'll never get over that. I'll never forget how that feels. The power dynamics lab. It's disgusting. It's disgusting 'cause. It's like I. Want You? I'm choosing you to the right. May I want you to live a stereotype, but is going to really emotionally harm you. I'm going to walk away with my satisfaction OCTA was playing the game playing this narrative, which ultimately affirms Hawaii power so wholly and completely. Its so colonial. So colonial and I don't know how we get free of it I have friends who are like I'm never dating a white person again. They've had such horrifying experiences like experience. They poured love and care to our only for the past data to turn around. And have a racist family. Or to endorse far right politics, these people they've loved. This is not like they've suddenly woken up and go. Oh, we! We don't do as a matter of self care and sexual intimacy and physical intimacy emergency. I just can't date white people. This is this is what people have said to me like. That's not my. And actually fuck it would if it was like the point is these people like from their experiences that have been so traumatic like I gave my gave years of my life to these people. On the sexual gratification, you know what's really painful. No me is like obviously by being a mostly white city still and Germany as well as white country. Is really sad because I think to myself generation below. Twenty twenty five Amazon. That's not my day. It's not. I'm not creep. Thought Generation of people. That going to be okay. I see like inter-racial relationships in their age group and the side thing is. It feels too late for someone like me actually. which is weird into each of forty, but it feels about Nathan. It feels like. I'm fighting for life for those people. But I noticed inside things like even like dating sites, and I've got. Might this conversation to be offset to saying this? A that dating APPs because. People aren't that interested like. I have friends who is massive age bracket like. They go in these sites and make it so many more dating opportunities than I get. As a matter of course like one friend of mine was single for few months synchronize. Friend of mine has loaded dates. It's how about you. How's dating going? I'm like. US No one's really interested. In this weird position of being like hypoth- visible as a writer respected, my work is getting out there, but. Sexually Terms of intimacy emotionally. I'm just. People aren't interested. Civic Tool Salah about sex and the. Problematic thing, abundant intimacy and Enjoy within the body, but how? Navigating that. Means that you will be fetish is and. It can. Be Unsafe. So from and my a leap, are you ready? Because every time I interviewed people I come up with a question on last to respond to him. No question, a word I'm lying would. You'll this. multi-diverse. The reason I chose that few I didn't think I wind going. GonNa. Pose this question. And that you said earlier about what was it be like? For Black people not to experience racism slap, we'll look at facebook. Look at all social media postings look up. What people luxury editing and life of being scrutinized for their whiteness. So endless multi. WHAT POWER LOUD UNIVERSITIES! Possibly exist being unlike him. Be More than one. Now, because literally opening line of my acid, I literally filed. This morning, and which was published twenty minutes before the Zoom Co started the opening line was recently been Canadian. Litter the opening lot of that essay. I think about this all the time. Do you know I'd be if I was in a different universe. I'd be. Walking with my partner. It'd be a hilltop in Lisbon. This is quite emotional, quite sad about this. Because I'm scared I might get there. It would be a week night evening. Walk with my partner in Lisbon on a hilltop. Just before sunset as sitting on a.

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The Two Of Us

06:33 min | Last month

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"An older black woman to die happy. Radical! And if you tell a white person is radical that your grandparents died happy, they'd look you like what the hell he talked about me. So, what do you mean it's radical? An I realized this near me. Sorry to go on about this by realized. A few months ago, I realized I read is again. This week. I am black for life. I going to be a dark, skinned black man for life forever. I have to deal with until I die. I'll be reading about black murder black the torture. Until, I'm dead. We're not going to solve this and I said to my friend be happy new lifetime. Whatever can be happy because we're not going to solve this. Does never going to be a month. It's never going to be here. I'm in a lot of pain at the moment to be honest. I'm lot of pain. And it affects everything effects like. Effects dating it affects all of that affects the fact that like I mean like just twice in the last month. I've heard people from different sources saying. Bring home. Who Have you like as long as it's not black man? How am I supposed to feel? Like okay, yeah, people can be like Oh. Yeah, but who wants today to racist. Anyway, that's not the point the plus not the fucking point the point is. The entire sections segments of this life are close to you close to me as dark skinned black person, just because of this body inhabit this arbitrary skim the I inhabit. Our entire worlds are close to me. I came back from a weekend in East Germany. A fifteen minutes in Leipzig. and. Hot and fifty meters in the front door. One of my best friends lives family of Nazis who are against the mixing of blood the actual. Hard fifty meters two hundred meters away from the front door. They're against the mixing of races. The racial mixing they live two hundred meters place spent entire weekend with a lovely lovely family. That's my reality near me. At obt fucking die. But breaks my heart to be honest well. It can't break your you're. Thinking as you say the underside, thank you for sharing it. 'cause it's farmable and painful and true. And then. And that wack about the horrifying moment at. Hopeful so hey. Now you so just south. Up this is not the favor that's. That's how shitty the favor is. That the devil reveals himself. That's how shitty favor is is that you knew that anyway? I knew that anyway, it just gets revealed. It doesn't change the system and I'm thinking about how we started this talking about. Sabotage online I'm thinking. About, how the sabotages internalized with that much oppression like you go home, and you see the absolute comfort I'm luxury and it's the line actually in. The Great Gatsby which is often quoted about and daisy and their wealth and retreating into the vast Keller Smith's. Yeah Line. Describes this describes. White supremacy on whiteness ill at why as fast carelessness! And how? You start talking about. This idea of sabotage. When I'm wandering. It's not sabotage. Is it just a trauma response? It's both can be both I think. Yes a trauma response, but then it cuts you off from happiness. That might be out there. So each experience you have this prohibitive makes afraid to try new things and to be honest. One the reason putting this song out. is a triumphant itself. Whatever happens I? Mean whoever listens to it. Frankly and I know the people listened to. It will have different types written. Those putting out of different heights, but really for me it's a form of self actualization, and I'm honest with you I just WANNA put out. This I won't use it to live in the world because. You know there's many things I was told I couldn't do as many things. I was told that. Wouldn't exist in the world so I'm just I just finished a memoir about? I'm finishing writing about private school. Someone said to me, why didn't you? Why didn't you put that book out? And China set it to like big publishers and get bidding war started. A simple there are two things I the my story to tell. Sabas scared if I sold it to the wrong publisher, they want me to name all these names, and it'd be like a tabloid type thing, and that's not the because derive. The other thing is the to be honest with you. I hadn't sold a book for eighteen months before that I'd written a big sci-fi Novel Avenue, said No, I've written a new memoir about Berlin. Evidence, said No. I spent eighteen months trying to sell. Something quite broke. It was quite difficult to get anywhere and. Then started a music things difficult with that and to be honest with you. I felt like a failure. On how to get something out, I had to put something out so. Putting out this music and putting out this book. Is just a way of affirming myself. And it was weird because as an artist. You know a lot of people. I'll be honest with you is not I'm not ashamed to say this is the truth is what it is I came to Berlin six years ago to kind of disappear. I literally thought I was done I thought like you're just going to end up. Toiling in Obscurity Writing away quietly. You write a little bit about football. A little bit politics maybe meet someone I sit with him by the Lake Fall in love and. An RB good with that. Because that's good for most people, it's not good for most artists because desires to reach people with a range of things. But I was good with that. Like, and that was a form of arguments, a former self sabotage coming to Berlin like instead of going to the US to build my curriculum. I didn't give a shit. I'm not was a response to trauma because I was so used to being. To this, too. That black or to queer or to wear to outspoken to partial to whatever I was so sick of Olivet. I came to into disappear. People like Oh. Why did you go to country like that with these things on us up well, because actually..

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"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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08:23 min | Last month

"us" 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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They Call Us Bruce

02:44 min | Last month

"us" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"Thank you, yeah! Great Newton, where can people find you online, Sara? I write a blog. called red thread broken so the that website is broken dot wordpress, Dot Com and I'm on. FACEBOOK and instagram as red thread broken, and then I tweet under grace paying haw. That's a grace Jr. C. E. P. I.. N. G. H. U. A. Right. Yes, I will follow you. Death US how about yourself I'm at Dan, Aka Dan Diana K. D. A. N. on instagram twitter, and that most of the social so please follow me. There I've got new music coming out so beyond the luck after that. I'm very excited about that. A new theme song for you guys. Need that. We should also note that you're documentaries are out there to a Dan right, the first one an AK soul right. Yes, please that they're easy to find on YouTube. If you look up, AK Danner AK soul. The first one is mainly about my story, and then the second one tells the story of four other adoptees from around the world and their own identity in connection to being Korean and being adopted cool. Excellent. How about you? I can be found at original spin mostly on twitter, but anywhere else. You might want to look for me. I'm usually there as well and Phil. Where can angry Asian man be found? You can find me on the socials at angry Asia man in on angry. Asia Dot Com. You'd find they call Bruce at they. Call Bruce on twitter. Sometimes instagram facebook as well if you can draw by apple podcasts and leave, they call us bruce a rating or review. We really appreciate it. It always helps every little bit helps people find the show? That's it for this episode of they. Call Spruce Gray Stanton. Thank you so much. Thank you everybody out there. WHO's listening sticking with us? And Until next time..

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They Call Us Bruce

03:58 min | Last month

"us" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"Without really being honest about ourselves and yeah I I I I'm hoping that. More of us. Who aren't adoptees? Open ourselves up to that conversation without trying to. Occupy that conversation. So. Grace let's throw to you for a final. let's see well. I was thinking actually of conversations back related to the because staufer case. I've seen a lot of comments in a group on facebook that is particularly dedicated to like bringing justice for Huxley and so many of the. Conversations I think. About that case we'll. One MEKA staffer has gotten a lot of criticisms, critiques from other adoptive mother bloggers who profited off of their blogs, which unlike. This is like maybe you're not to the same level, but you're doing at least some of the same things, so this is kind of w. t f to me, and then another thing is when there are a lot of adoptees in this group that wants justice for Huxley and I think you know that story does touch on so many different groups in terms of the adopt adoption community, the disability community like ought Pete parents of children with autism adults who have? Maybe been abused. And there's, but there's a lot of resistance to the adoptees. The adult adoptees in that group and there's a lot of just like the sentiment is like this is purely about Meka stouffer, and Huxley and when adoptees raise concerns or bring up. The conversation that. Parts of the story are quite common in adoption stories There's a lot of resistance to that and I think that it's very representative of also just a general sentiment, but the general public really likes to support young cute orphans, and bring them over here as adoptees and and support in love and nurture these children, but when adoptees grew up in have complicated feelings, what adopt Sharon and have these. Questions of identity and lost and bring up some of these trafficking issues that we've been discussing. There's a lot a lot of resistance. To adoptees who? Are Not just purely quote unquote grateful for their new life in this country. Bright in talking about that case, they don't WanNa. They don't WanNa hold the mirror. Can only hold a certain angle and not to directly right, because then it opens up sort of the the things that might affect their own their own situations and. In cost too many questions and Well I. Mean you know a lot of heavy on this to service? If I could have talked for a long time about this? Everything connects back to this. Yeah, yeah, you know. Obviously you guys are only. You only representative to two people at yourselves and you know there's a whole. Large landscape of adoptees and their own stories so. I feel like this really only scratched the surface of what we talked about. I agree I mean you know now that we kind of had this layer down? You know we should. We should find ways to have this conversation on a more nuanced and maybe. Find grain basis right. So we'll look to more opportunities to do that, but for now we're just like super grateful that you know you guys have have joined us and shared. Your personal experiences in your wisdom around this stuff with US thank you..

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They Call Us Bruce

04:14 min | Last month

"us" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"Hello and welcome to another edition of the Bruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asia America I'm feel you Jeff Yang and it's been a minute, or so since we had a an episode of the show, a lot of things going on attempts to reopen the world that did not go as well as we'd kind of all hoped who saw that coming? Yeah, but here we are once again. recording from core and we wanted to have an episode. This week that actually covers a bunch of different issues that we've been seeing a lot in the conversation in the media and we also wanted to bring onto people who? We think are awesome. An old friend of ours and a new friend, both of whom have a lot to say about this topic. We're going to introduce. An invite to our show. Dan Mathews Dan Aka Dan coming to US right here from right here in California somewhere. Damn? Hello. Thank, you guys. And, of course, the we've, we've known you for a long time, and we've been wanting to get you on the show for a while for something, and this just seemed like a really good time to have this particular conversation. And then we also wanted to bring on a great Newton. Coming to us from Madison Wisconsin a new friend of ours a grace, welcome to the show. Hi, thank you for having me. So grace and Dan. The topic we wanted to talk about is once obviously. Very Germane to your experiences..

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The Two Of Us

08:29 min | Last month

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Kind of experience in my life is really important. You so preempted me. There's two things here because I've got my little. Story Little Arrow that says storytelling and the role of imagination, and that's for me. That's awesome about drawing on path events creating an unnamed future getting something from nothing. That's the first thing, but the thing about the child's spirit are a friend of mine loves to remember. She has parties. It's very important that people bring their children and she had a party. This was sometimes last year under fantastic band, and the kids smoke hits with jumping on a bed and screaming and somebody else to this. Not Okay, she said. Where else do they get the opportunity to the home screen? Have this much joy. It's really important that they have that freedom. And she really engaged with that and I think it's the sort of the spirit of the child you know, so. I mean which is a lot of different things, but somehow that excited engagement like the fairy lights, the freedom of expression, so that are the two points. I'm going back to my point about this role of imagination, so how when you're? Working with. Children and you're doing storytelling with much younger bonds. How does that feed into your matching imagination annual in a world? Save when you're writing your novel. Is there a link between those two things? Absolutely I think I, think for me. Imagination is key in. Everything and it's interesting what you're saying about the spirit of children as well because I think children have something. That I don't lose. The adults really need to have if we're going to solve. All of the problems of the world, because I think often to children. They have the solutions to those problems and I. genuinely would be a better place if children were in charge. But going back to that kind of involvement imagination. Yeah, I think getting to engage with. My imagination regularly. In order to what with children and engage their imaginations. Echoes out I guess in my other work, but will stay in life in that. I think you can always imagine a solution to any problem all any issue you're facing. Just about going into into that creative brain and I think when I'm writing. If I'm stuck on something I mean. and as I said I'm working on a novel and I'm working on it for about two years is doing it in between. Life and jobs and earlier this year. I was kind of made the decision, right? This is the lining to really. Focus on this. And I think often I run up against where I get stuck. You get that thing. And how this needs to go, and just remembering the actually can imagine. Ten, different eventualities for, and it's trying most sometimes before you come to the right place and I think that's off to. Children we might go in. Storytelling adventure or something, and there's a character facing something, and we might try five different things before we get that character out of the place where they're stuck. And that's all part of the fun of it as Trying different things and using your imagination to do that. If it's your question, there is perfect them at makes me think play 'cause, I know because I. Know you person. You were the woman who said this wonderful phrase which I'm now living by. That's always time to bake a cake. It's just become like a cliche in our household, because it's offered so often, but I suppose that thing is there's always time to squeeze a bit more joy out of a situation, even if things were tough and there's always room to make it better so how? Do you an Jama during this time especially make sure that you have. A playful attitude or Just play itself in a relationship in your day to day. Existence isn't about the rigors of working on setting up a new business. Yeah, I mean that's really interesting I. think it's really hard. And I think in this and I feel like I've talked a lot about creativity and. Work in things that I have to say. I've definitely fat like that's not. Sam found this time challenging and I had days where crude into bed at one o'clock in afternoon in that's been it and I think that's really important not to give a false. Has Been But I. also think you're absolutely right. We've definitely. I actually one is a few weekends ago is one of the really hot weekends. I wake up in the morning and I was feeling. A bit of a Funk is really stuck. Just couldn't quite get myself out of whatever place are stuck in? Quite own fun of journaling I interesting the I when I was younger I used to journal every day like pages and pages, and then I stopped a lot through late twenty s my started again kind of in my thirties, and I was writing my sort of general ammoniac. How can I make this fun what we descend on? The paddling pool out and so we have a paddling pool. We don't have children. We have a paddling pool. In. The paddling pool. We live in Apollo and she was walking through the streets of it and their parent of a child she's to teach. Is that your little ones in Tallahassee to admit no. Just for us. and. We've got the paddling pool. Garden, it literally takes up the whole garden. We filled up with water in cat, and and so it day paddling pool, having some cocktails and reading, and I made a sine die stuck up. This said we were having a pool party, and just it was essential. I think it's about in these situations trying to think of that. We love swimming and we'll pay out side and we can't do that at the moment, so it's about thinking about maybe the things you love doing and how you can. Bring those until life in whatever way in this strange lockdown situation. So I, guess that's an example. We've made lots of silly I. We like rewriting musicals and singing them for friends who've done a few times, the people's birthdays. We've been making videos. Someone friends kids who is too. I didn't absolutely loves definitely loves Gemma. She kind of constantly sort of she says often. This two year old is just Gemma Gemma. Gemma over and over again. She's very very sweet. We might have some videos and yeah. I think we've just been trying to keep us in subpoena. Aside from work. On feels like you know because you together on your already established that system you know of. Playing a making things and engaging and having fun, so that's not like you suddenly had to. Do something fun. You know it's in the style of you both way to a paddling pool in your garden. Even though you might not have done that, you might have still had that sense of ceremony because I've been around for dinner at your. Menu cards and those games. There's lots of stuff to engage whether it's deliberately engaging. So, what did you think of? Go live before your life now? Though some of its similar, some of it's very different. What sort of tricks do think you have from the life before this helping you survive now especially I guess. With the people, you're not saying you know family and friends who love that you can't see face to face. Yeah I guess some. Interesting A, we have very very fortunate. I have a very close group of friends who have been. There are six of US six months, yes. Who I've been friends with since I was probably about fifteen. And we're very close. We've got. We've been through an awful lot together. We have a WHATSAPP great and some days I can put it down back twenty minutes later in their seventy messages. You know, and it's a lovely, so it's like a family and I guess Interestingly, a few of us are gay and I..

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The Two Of Us

09:29 min | Last month

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"The two of US shorts with Watterson Albert Frederick. High, this is naming lettuce. Welcome to the vast 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 a warning. These at shows of the themes will be complex. Interesting, and maybe at sometimes triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today, put this on pause and put market for later. Otherwise dive right. I am. Overexcited extremely pleased to have my dear friends and multi-talented multidisciplinary artist in every area possible. Amy Taylor and when I was thinking of you say. All the different creative things you do. I was flying. This is quite a long list. What's last? Stop Win because obviously I know that you teach your storyteller puppet maker. Artist you're also really great Baker, and you can feign and you right. Is there anything that I haven't included? I think. That's everything slow. That's everything I think. So I, go the first thing I felt because usually I like down some questions and all notes and see. If we can. Go from that until broader conversation and the first thing I thought with you because the conversation we were having before. Lockdown isn't very different from your day job in the sense that you're used to working at. You use to create your own structure and discipline but I thought in the context of the fact that you are social creative person creativity part of your daily life in your hourly live. How do you balance the sense of self discipline and a free? Open heart creative expression. That's a really good question. I find. Creativity identity for me. It's all comes in bursts, and it never really announces when it's going to come. And I remember seeing Great Ted talk once. I think it was by the lady who wrote the book eat. Pray Love Carbon Behan name, but she told Elizabeth. Gilbert is with Gilbert I. Don't know if you've seen the Ted talk about. How they believe that you'll muse was in the room, and it came into common problem worship for a long time, but I do sometimes feel like that. That sense of creative I don't always know when it's going to strike, and it can be really difficult. Thing of money been commissioned to do something, or you know you need that discipline to work on something, and it's not necessarily there and I'm quite often i. work very well and depression so often leave things until the final hour on them burst about in that kind of final hour. Because that's sometimes the pressure I think quite need. And it's been interesting. Being looked down at because I feel like I haven't been as creative. And I haven't always had that creative spark. That often there if that makes sense. It does make sense, but you have been doing something else so now. I'm going to plug. About. Forward which is a really lovely initiative. Some thinking we can talk about that, but perhaps how some of your creative energy new inspiration has gone into to that. Yes so my partner and I. We, I guess we both lost our work kind of overnight. There were a couple of weeks before the end of March, and I was just guessing email after email canceling all of my freelance work for the next. As you for the foreseeable future and people were saying things like well. Maybe July maybe September. I I mean it was everything. Everything went within about four days. And for Demo in that she's. She was at the time working as a freelance play teacher pitchers who writes in? Inclusion where can kind of course? Let's different freelance work as ID. And we were talking. With goodness, but what are we gonNa do we need to? We need to do something and I think. For me I need work for my mental health really like I. Need something to get up in the morning I, really struggle, I think some people. My brother, for instance he, he got furloughed, and was very excited about. It was like I have to do anything every day and for me, the thought of having to get up in the morning afternoon is quite terrifying, so we kinda talk about skills. We have between us and Gemma's primary school teacher by training and. Arts educator I do not work in Schools Children Teaching, drama? Skills together and came up with Spring forward. which is online zoom classes for children? We can take up to three time and we're covering everything from math to philosophy to literacy to drama I've been doing my favorite thing at the moment. is storytelling sessions for real tiny's? because. There's just stuff they're stuffy can zoom zoom as well as he caught doing life like yesterday ads in fairy lights in my hands that I was holding them up in there and the kids were just like oh my goodness. And it was just some very lights. Words in real life. I. Don't think they affect the same because they can. See kind of better. So a lot of creativity is beginning to that and say the early days of really difficult I was I was really tired at the start of lockdown. I was really struggling. To quantify more than maybe an hour a day, where could be creative and productive? And it was I have to say. JEMMA was the driving force behind the early stages of it. And, as it's going on I, think is kind of picked up speed in that I've also picked up speed, so it's Kinda got gained momentum, and now I'm feeling more inspired a more creative and having to kind of design, different storytelling sessions each week in different lessons. has kind of kick started I guess my creativity OPEC. which has been good? What's been? Have you worked with Gemma before? We said we would never work again. We said we would never work together. We said it's enough that we live together. Have relationship together. We will never work together. I'd actually it's been lovely. Obviously. The situation has quite dramatically changed from previously. And I think we have a good balance. We have different I guess in the whole running or I suppose now is a business. We have different interests so yeah. Happy loan stuff about each other that you didn't know through working together. Yeah, so I guess having been together for years. We already knew quite a lot about each other and I was quite resistant I to throw myself into it because I felt like. I guess I was a bit scared about how when you were in a relationship with someone how working together might play out and I guess we've kind of ease myself into gently and now we've got. We've got really nice balance like I. Love Doing Accounts, so I do the accounts and Gemma's much better at the communication in the social media side of things, and it's quite naturally divided. We have a nice balance I don't think I've learned anything. New About Each Other? I would bit more patient with each other now as a result of having to navigate starting a business together. But I think what sounds like because you've been busy and. Not just your creativity, but how important is to engage with other people, and how teaching is us of artistic practice here? You know that the teachers I've interviewed all people who love teaching. You know they have this in common. They get really excited by the people that teaching are engaging and blossoming and changing so seems like it's been really important for you to keep engaging with other people. Through this is not been one of the things that has helped kept you going. Even if it's teaching little ones, you're still in a very sign namic way of relating to another person. Yeah I think so and I think it's Fa- me as always I couldn't have life where I wasn't engaging with kids on a regular basis and I think. All of my work outside of teaching and children and I write plays and make theater and right. You know marking on an awful and I. Think all of that, but I could never do that if I didn't have away time with kids because I think there's something about with kids quite often. That keeps he very present and very in the moment and very responsive to their needs. And also a going into that immagination space children feels really important to me and I love discussing completely lost in a space with them. And so in terms of needing to bring that into my life quite quickly when knocked out of started happening and needed to make sure I was having that engagement and that teaching..

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The Two Of Us

08:55 min | 2 months ago

"us" 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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They Call Us Bruce

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"us" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"With the material that we were working with interns as of making anything about roughly. I got one more question about sort of the formal qualities of the film before we move onto the. To our second half. You this really interesting thing where you have all these voices talking very intimately about Bruce but there you don't put them on his talking heads throughout the whole thing, it's just you have the little. Kyron this voice of Voice of Diana. Sato but. You kinda save it for the end where you do get to see like Nancy Kwan and stuff like that but I wonder what what what? What is the decision that you were like I'm not I'm not gonNA. Make this talking head type documentary for me. It was like a decision that I made pretty early on in the process before we started filming. That I didn't want. To feel like we were talking about something in the past and I always wanted the audience viewer to feel immersed in the present time with Bruce be nineteen sixties, America, or early nineteen seventies, Hong, Kong and for me every time or not, I shouldn't say every time, but a lot of times when I watched documentaries in were talking about a story that happened way back in the. The past, and then we cut to this really high resolution modern day footage a takes me out of the story, just a little bit, and you know there's certainly times where it's effective, but I felt with this movie and this story that we're talking about US in their twenties, who lives to his early thirties were talking to people who are in their late seventies into their eighties and. When you see someone who's in their eighties, talking about someone in their twenties, it's. disconnect right and I wanted to really build at world of of of that time period and I think it's for me is if there was this feeling of poignancy when you finally see people at the end and when I..

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Drive with Us Podcast

02:31 min | 3 months ago

"us" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"Know it was really a real thing lack current while who named that. That's why I want to for anyways. The next on you. How did a previous episode the on ice and Americans and their ice? This Americans love ice and they said that they found it strange. That American sold ice cold beverages even in the data winter. Yeah people eat ice cream and like drink snow ice cream. Sales are apparently the highest in the winter than in the summer. No sense like more people get ice cream in the winter than they do in the summer when you're melting in the summer. Yeah Yeah. I don't attempt ice cream like crazy in the winter and I don't understand why and then they get sick and then they they wonder why and how. This person's comment on ice was hilarious. That order any drink in a restaurant and two-thirds of is surely going to be filled by large ice cubes. Which we've discussed before then literally you get ice with a little bit of water win giving you less like beverage. Doesn't it like no wonder? Why ice ice baby is popularly hummed? There is ice ice ice. I don't agree with that but I mean the fact that they're thought advice but is true. I think it's just a way for them to be like. Yeah less pledged to drink. I have to give you so. That's the one thing I always was like is weird here as people eat cold stuff or drink cold stuff in winter like all year round. Yeah and I'm like why aren't you frozen already like cold and you're drinking. I never have that craving ice cream during colder time when it gets. Hot like Rosen drinks or whatever just like lizards what warm like. I feel like having US movie where I feel like having like you know I am but then most cool like just looking at it makes me go well while now alone no whoa no humidity song will well. No well no no. Whoa WHOA is not going to So the next one. They said that we literally have dry through his Almost very dry. What through almost every kind store from restaurants liquor stores. Who would you say drywall? Throughs drive through the.

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The Two Of Us

02:58 min | 3 months ago

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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The Two Of Us

10:22 min | 3 months ago

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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He may not existing through what you'll making light you just so you crazy so you create the same so you plan to send criteria to making it all work than you to just just living life in the same way and you guy for these ideas some of these worries as you makes it work unite. You'RE GONNA be client courageous as well. You know you need to get the things that you're gonNa ruin am ruined the work and don't worry about. We'll find Giron. Your Voice Inside. This is who I am rather them be lights campaign a pint misery really well skillfully. Because that's impressive about united bound funding. Second date will move connects with people. Say just going off that. Then what is what was your process been like I mean we're even the pressure will lack. That will at this moment in time that you feed him pressure to make what are you. What was that off you right now? If you're not wet no pressure on myself. I'm you can. I think you need to eat there. 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Largent ten o'clock in the morning and you know if something else comes up. Spend 'cause you know one thing and it might take longer you in the game against one o'clock Slough now go to the studio and stuff and then you you rush out so. This sense of urgency is gone. It's like oh well. At the days days days to me it is does likes some so continue? Continue Transitional Summit in a ratio. You so you know what we call things days because we know that's what they should be cold but they don't really feel like they used to be. Every time has definitely changed the Times walked. And everyone's kind of making sense of this new normal and I think your first and foremost if you look at yourself in. That's that's the priority radio and then you can be there for others as a win but yeah it sounds like you do really well. I think maybe I can finding a what. Is there anything that you're looking forward to? It could be during lockdown. It could be optimal don. It could be whenever I really I I. I'm I'm going to thing looking forward to. This rejection restrictions restriction down being replaced and having that because he suddenly like because. I think I guess what was happening in. London is is a busy. You Frenetic really is quite stressful. When away at you so love aided spend time running around am at an is always people around and you? Kinda just when I wanted to get a peace and quiet? That's what was so place the recreation and you just need more time to work with these things. I mean you suddenly get held a so quietness. Wait why knowing the way we wanted to happen. And I feel like I've ago says afraid they'll go out and do these things I was able to do before and I think that's the strangest thing and I think that's having freedom Looking forward to so realizing that things you actually so hard before actually commit sin stuff. I miss you miss. 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The Two Of Us

14:44 min | 3 months ago

"us" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Presents. The two of US shorts with Naomi Watterson Alber Frederick High. This is naming lettuce. Welcome to the US Charts Myself Alba freshdirect talking to people across the globe about that pandemic clearance on its relationship to creativity. Mental health emotional wellbeing and as always. I'd like to get a trigger warning. These adult shows the themes will be complex and interesting. And maybe at sometimes be triggering. If you're over ten the disposition today put this on pause and put market for later. Saw otherwise dime right. I will thanks so much for coming on the too short. It's great to have you. You are an autism live in London and just for anyone listening. I'd recommend you if you can go online. The wills now while we're talking you can see that he does. His websites will dash rate R E D Dot Com. Is that right? Yeah Instagram J. So I just wanted to talk to you just a bit about how you doing in the lockdown. How are you today? Yeah it's mixed you get different waves of different so the ups and downs pushes joyful all-wise unites it's hard to keep I'm still keeping myself like. Keep making withdrawing my sleep. 'cause I'm not going to my studio which is some. I'm Michael Spicer my room size kind of a during this exploring onto seeing what comes out so what you during much. Therefore it how like. How was your crisis changed? Yeah I've always wearing during his On the pins my my apprentice I'm the client into the painting. Sometimes food Idea quickly owed quite fresh mock Orange Curative. And then I'd take the paintings. Statues paintings also explored out and allow the paintings that fervor as well so maybe leave behind completely but the recent play so more recently. So I've been more like exploring so a my older works more decided one case appropriate. Pretty good idea yet always interesting. So of like recording experiences including my Sova states will psychological Made my life and how am almost like a journal in a sense. How did I know trying to get that through? The work can solve explore that in the work of Christ SAS as of like platform to see where the some else's there. Because you always surprising. Stop making work. How one thing leads to another h decision will reveal something about yourself about something in king which did didn't really realize till you've done it. I'm sorry I saw less of the sort of things I'm interested in an joins US old naturally to the figuring away so So pull traits. All human figuring whole Abstract expressive quality. And I'd say that's won't be but then I still I could pri losing the plot Recently so these phones are taking more on so landscape paint said equality in Seoul. Vodka trees in a focus on trees is a full as a figure just to express express emotions in a wider form rather than getting bogged down with Hugh informed. And Are you still using that as your kind of main simple in your work the moment yeah so of I've always been so playful. Cartoony souls approach to it sometimes and the Miceli I find myself awake during a full figure in expressing some Acquaint the recent would seem client. I'm very onset. vary so abject in a sense is is sense of place where I am. It's like not really we don't really have show what's going on where where we're going this sunset Asked what a wack is. I'm pretty that's why I've read generally and I know that your on the artist pledged on instagram. Is that what that you're sharing there as well? This'll von surveys. Or is that what you wanted to keep impersonal and you'll guidance to move forward with in some way. Yeah so that was Sets but on this on instagram and stay a while ago just before the coronavirus look down happened forgot his name. Matthew Barney's I think I think I think that's the right name might have to check. That just doesn't matter. 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I don't also some what we worth more than and you come. You become paraffin for that price. I guess but yes. Germany ODA works. I'm happy to go because when you make work it's not always just about. This is what she wanted to get rid of. You don't make it sell straightaway. You WanNa solve civilized wax and say wait. I tell you to the next week's yet. Thank you so just to kind of get on their way you are what your life is amendment outside of your home more in your what was it like. You're in eastern right. Yes I'm basing. Dostam dose. Just Dostum's London. Yeah Yeah it's it's Was like it's a it's quite it's quite around But there's a sense of you know everyone's so to get in and the community so there's a sense of community around and you see feel you don't compete you know and it's almost like it feels like walking around on Christmas Day. Yeah usually at Christmas. I'm in London so I know cleaness of of that feed by haven't been in hastening sue me icon like London by guessing a good analogy Christmas Day as I like walking around at two in the morning. But it's it's daylight night drunk people around everyone's smiling each other trying to get out of the way scatter people will look at radio will lay blase about it. I went. I think I would vote by cried to exercise yesterday. I forgot free like the main central that just the city what it was. It's quite likely this there was doing their exercise. It's like a guy's time with oxygen straight. Just these places so busy. Nobody else wanted my sister. She's gone for a cycle today as well and she said that's really nice. Dislike around on them because there aren't any cards around Ray. Yeah you say he isolates knucklehead. Obviously because I think I going to say so gang out that's really important getting out to get It's it's so it's hard but the hardest thing is you're you're in the same place a Lotta time. And I. I don't Mind My put my flats coordinates. No it's quite small. I live tonight some. We haven't got a living room kitchen and inspire united is what to. Gal Get US inspiration for seeing. I'm always inspired all that stuff. You know discoverable cancel things around may call. It is in the sky or trees in the way they show you say corroborate so trying to still take those and channel it into work. So it's inspiring you know at the moment then what's outside and is that different to what was inspired me before so always always inspire me stuff. There's less some things that high school which will have less office the civil of human actions. You'd have maybe some situations you'd find yourself in and say base. Things are more lacking way rather than you'll direct connection with something. It's more like looking at yourself Responding to the landscape guess provident dirty. Were people that makes sense by only started attending special for everything you know films. Music books can still denies which is good. So it hasn't really changed a lot. I think about it. I guess I guess because it gets his are quite good We spend it on solution anyway. Anyway you got a very good very good being aren who good earned company. So He's kind of light. Snow huge the Just the whole the biggest thing on. Thanks to hold. I know renying way where we're GONNA be in next month's ready so Keep plugging away. Ready made KANAWHA can don't commencing basements. Have you noticed that you want to connect in different ways? You know with some people that you didn't before as a result on the up down just talking about connecting with others. Because I find that passed me. I'm more tuned into the meaningful connections in life and kind of thinking about them and reach out to people about a main on reached out to before I was conscious. That still going to be like that for everyone. It may just be nice. Almost half the peace realize no Cristeta being conducted meet people I think The thing is before this even night where I find myself before. It happened at him at made a choice to solve. Frankly small change the jokes and changed whereas working so focus on. Komo them even more time to that hundred find a way to the guy. Shame away through by London while folks out and then sorry they still uncertain period and then I was like I needed to workout things in my own head him. I was going to get away from London myself so I was going to go off Spain and do this This is a community trial and Santiago del Costanza pilgrimage and so reflect on things and meet people on the way. And so so Jenny. I should really be here in my original. I find myself these plans that made another study displays landed in is kind of weird from it. I can kind of like So I think I'm so more grappling with that obey in. I am but you want to help and there is this so essentially what you WANNA do more. They WANNA help them. Everyone you want to help the community. You want to help the people I.

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