I Live For Art
A Journey Into Meaning And The Creative Process

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Katherine

Men live for art......not sure what women do, meanwhile, since they're nowhere in this documentary

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Ri

"Live For Art" is our two-year exploration of the wild and crazy world of creativity, and the meaning the creative process gives all of us.

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