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James Stewart

Director/Founder, Geneva Film Co.

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What living artist would you love to collaborate with?

I had the pleasure of collaborating with Papercutter Béatrice Coron this year. It was a fantastic experience and extremely fulfilling to re-imagine paper into a 3D film. What artists have you met at TED or seen on TEDTalks that you would love to collaborate with? Why? What would you do with their vision?

Do it. I highly recommend it.

See the TEDblog post here:
http://blog.ted.com/2013/11/26/the-daily-battles-of-life-cut-from-paper-and-animated-in-3d/

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    Dec 9 2013: What a great list of artists. Thank you everyone for your conversation.

    Have a look at the list below of artists we have suggested so far. Collaboration is a wonderful experience and my with Béatrice Coron could not have been more satisfying. The list below is a wonderful wide rage of media and art forms. Please add a link to your vote for their most powerful work and elaborate on your suggestion. What work of your chosen collaborator has most influenced you and how would you re-imagine it?

    Artists we dream of collaborating with:

    Isabelle Allende
    Janet Echelman
    Shekhar Kapur
    Stefan Sagmeister
    Sarah Kay
    Nakano Koichi
    Jane McGonigal
    Julie Taymor
    Béatrice Coron
    Brene Brown
    Neil Young
    Ray Davies
    Marina Abromovic
    Elon Musk
    Romeo Santos
    Arvo Pärt
    Alexa Meade
    Alex Grey
    Peter Fankhauser
    David Macaulay
    Kat Haber
    Russel Brand
    Amy Purdy
    Charles Wright
    Taryn Simon
    David Gilmour
    John Wolseley
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      Dec 19 2013: Delighted to see Brene Brown on that list. I only discovered her through TED, and it's been one of the highlights of discovering the joys of TED. Listening to her I feel like she's taken the thoughts have been floating around in my head for years and consolidated them in a coherent form. Even better, this has given me a platform from which to develop my insights further. I don't know about collaborating with her, I'd be pretty happy to just sit down and just talk with her for a couple of hours!

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