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

Bluedot Productions
Show More

Comments (2)

Anonymous picture
Katherine

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

Anonymous picture
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.

Related videos

Victor Burgin: An Interview
Victor Burgin (b.1941) is known as a highly influential artist and a renowned theorist of still and moving images. After 13 years in the United States, Burgin returned to live and work in his native Britain in 2001, taking up the prestigious post of Millard Professor of Fine Art at…
Antony Gormley
Part of the Series: theEYE
An internationally acclaimed artist, Antony Gormley is best known for his monumental sculpture Angel of the North. This earth-bound figure with its massive wings shares with all of Gormley's work a preoccupation both with the human form and with our shared spiritual potential. Antony Gormley's early lead and iron figures…
Does Science Give Us Truth?
Part of the Series: Examined Life Series
Does Science Give Us Truth? looks at correspondence, coherence, and pragmatist theories of truth, and discusses how conflicts have carried over into realist vs. antirealist views of science, including the Einstein-Bohr debate about quantum mechanics.
David Hockney: Joiner Photographs
David Hockney is unquestionably one of the most passionate and versatile experimental artists on the contemporary scene. In the late 1970s the British artist developed a pioneering concept which also changed his perspective on painting - his "joiners". In this film, the artist himself talks about this photographic approach, a…
The Apostolic Palace
Episode 13 of The Vatican Museums
Episode #13: The Apostolic Palace From 800 A.D., the palaces spread outward from Saint Peter's tomb, testimony to faith and matchless creativity.
Speaking Of Creativity: How To Be Creative
Hosted by Stacey Stone. Nine extraordinary individuals who have excelled in their fields reveal the secrets of their creativity. This program teaches how sensory awareness affects the creative process, what creativity feels like and recurring themes - personal and professional. Features: Joel Asher, Dori Atlantis, Richard Bruland, Fu-Ding Cheng, Gordon…
Public Religion in Imperial Rome (Books 6-7)
Turn to The City of God's next set of arguments, which in Books 6 to 10 are aimed toward Roman philosophers who had a different - if still incorrect, according to Augustine - view of religion. After studying the role of religion in Roman society, Professor Mathewes analyzes Augustine's critique…
Meredith Monk: Inner Voice
Meredith Monk is a composer, singer, director, choreographer and creator of new opera, music theater, films and installations. She has been proclaimed as a 'magician of the voice' and 'one of America's coolest composers.' During a career that spans more than 45 years, Monk has been hailed by audiences and…
Sound of the Soul
In a world increasingly polarized by religious conflicts and violence, SOUND OF THE SOUL is a timely and profound journey of understanding and hope. The film presents a vivid portrait of Fez, Morocco, an historically open-minded and tolerant Arab city, with its annual Fez Festival of World Music. This unusual…
Why Man Creates
A series of explorations, episodes and comments on creativity by Saul Bass, a master of conceptual design, this film is one of the most highly regarded short films ever produced. Humour, satire and irony are combined with serious questions about the creative process and how it comes into play for…
The Higgs Boson and Beyond Course
The discovery of the Higgs boson is a triumph of modern physics. The hunt for the Higgs was the subject of wide media attention due to the cost of the project, the complexity of the experiment, and the importance of its result. And, when it was announced with great fanfare…
Simple Nature
In Simple Nature, world famous physicist Dr. Leonard Susskind introduces The Anthropic Principle in an entertaining, accessible and informative way. Proposed in the 1970's, The Anthropic Principle attempts to explain how the physics of the universe may be perfectly tuned for life to evolve. Any small tweak in gravity or…