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Making mistakes is a concept that does not exist in the arts: Professor Michael Brater on taking detours and the love of experimentation

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English Translation by Hendrik Achenbach
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In an interview with Age of Artists, education research expert Michael Brater explains how mistakes cannot exist in the area of arts. He has recognized what artists share as a fundamental attitude: “It does not matter if something happens that I did not intend. The question is how I can deal with it. It is only going to be an error if I cannot handle it.” The most interesting thing is experimental “playing”, says Brater.

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