Das Traumprotokoll (Aris Kalaizis)
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“There should always be doubt” – Interview with Aris Kalaizis (English version)

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“There should always be doubt. Especially when success sets in. This is when you are called upon to revisit things. Success can be seductive. It keeps man from taking a step back and thinking twice.”

Age of Artists has been fortunate to meet Aris Kalaizis this past July for an interview in Leipzig, Germany.

Interview with Aris Kalaizis (PDF)

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Aris Kalaizis
Aris Kalaizis

“Eigentlich male ich, um mich in Krisen zu bringen” – Interview mit Aris Kalaizis

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“Eigentlich male ich, um mich in Krisen zu bringen, weil diese Krisen mich immer voran gebracht haben. Ich finde, diese unentwegt arbeitsamen Phasen, die sicherlich schön waren, haben mich nicht in dem Maße voran gebracht.”

Wir hatten das Glück, Aris Kalaizis im Juli dieses Jahres in Leipzig zu treffen. Das vollständige Interview können Sie hier herunterladen:

Interview mit Aris Kalaizis (PDF)

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Stephen Swartz

“Great breakthroughs happen when the scientist is in the bathtub” – Interview with photographer Stephen Swartz

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“Speaking about us in a language that is familiar to us, to me, is the very essence of artistic expression.” Stephen Swartz writes on his web page. Age of Artists has been fortunate to meet him this past August for an interview in Altenburg, Germany.

Interview with Stephen Swartz (PDF)

His art work can be accessed at: www.stephenswartz.com

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The head, hand and heart of the arts – a white paper with preliminary research findings

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We have already developed a great appreciation for artists of all genres and the way they approach their individual missions. This is a mission where work and life cannot be separated from each other and yet there is room for family, friends, hobbies and even the most mundane things.  At this stage of our journey—approximately one year into the investigation process and a couple of months in personal dialogue with artists and thought leaders, we do not feel our model is nearly complete or ready to be exhibited.

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