In this episode, Chris tells a story about a drawing professor who taught him about not just identifying the negative space in our thoughts and actions, but something he called active erasure, and how being intentional about the act of taking things out can not only improve the work we do, but change its very nature...
How to Grow an Idea, by Jenny Odell
Raro Bueno, by Chuzausen
Veins of Silver, by Blue Dot Sessions
Bathyscaphe, by r beny
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