I run into people, every now and again, that want to see my workshop, just to get the feeling of what goes through my mind while I paint.
I always tell them that it is a bit of a mess, and they are kind of surprised. Yet, disorder is helpful when trying to think and act creatively. The same way that creativity involves putting together ideas and concepts in a new fashion, the mere messiness of an artist’s lair helps in that process. One can fin connections that in an orderly room would never appear by themselves. Artists are mostly visual beings, so seeing two (or 10) things together that should have never been together, helps us more rapidly with the process of doing something new.
Obviously, this is not exclusive to me. Quite the contrary, it is more like the rule than the exception in the art world. Just to solidify this concept, I made this little video which shows many great and well known artists (from the present and the past) creating in their own personal little messes.. I hope you enjoy it.
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Ignacio Alperin nació en Argentina, creció en Australia y vivió temporariamente en varios países alrededor del mundo. Posee una experiencia internacional extensa, y diversa, obtenida en una carrera profesional alejada de lo lineal. Hoy en día es Profesor de Entrepreneurship en los MBAs de la Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA), Profesor de Creatividad e Innovación (Grado) en UCA Internacional, es un Emprendedor serial, consultor, orador en eventos nacionales e internacionales, y artista plástico.
Ignacio Alperin was born in Argentina, grew up in Australia and lived temporarily in several countries around the world. He has extensive and diverse international experience, obtained in a professional career far from the linear. Nowadays he is Professor of Entrepreneurship in the MBAs of the Argentine Catholic University (UCA), Professor of Creativity and Innovation (Degree) in UCA International, a serial Entrepreneur, consultant, speaker in national and international events, and an artist.
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