In Conversation: Molly Hayes

The truck was targeted, but Bosma himself was not - he was just a random vessel for the truck. More than anything, the popular feeling was that it could have been anyone. With a lot of other murders or even domestics, despite the statistics, it’s easy to think that will never be me, I would never be in that situation. With the Tim Bosma case, it was hard to argue that.

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In Conversation: Robert Petkoff

What was the author trying to say? How were they trying to say it? They’re the ones who told the story first, but then it goes out into the world and it’s subject to millions of interpretations. Every single person who reads it is going to have their own idea about what something meant.

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In Conversation: Steve Kakos

You can’t treat your consumer like they’re in a bubble. It gets very easy to say this is the demographic we’re going after, this is what they look like, making them an abstraction. They’re an audience, and audiences like to be entertained, they like to play.

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Today of All Days

We turn empathy into self-absorption, and allow ourselves to indulge in what is a necessary aspect of human existence - the ability to insulate ourselves from the pain of others. Instead of reaching out to others, we narrate our own lives. We go inward. 

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In Conversation: Jay Ingram

There is constant conversation but it never goes anywhere. So rather than changing the conversation, it’s actually about changing people’s way of interacting or getting involved. It’s about going from conversation to actual making, building, creating - that’s what we love to do. 

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The Artist & Her Work

Art, I believe, functions most consistently as a keystone for expressing a piece of human experience. It is an open dialogue between artist and viewer that is inevitably skewed by the interference of the work itself.

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