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Elizabeth Gilbert:
伊丽莎白.吉尔伯特谈呵护创造力及减轻创作压力

TED2009 · 19:09 · Filmed Feb 2009
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对于那些不可思议的伟大艺术作品,当代社会常将之归功于创作者本身,人们从而对艺术天才抱有超乎寻常的期望,伊丽莎白.吉尔伯特对这一点进行了探索和思考,提出了对于创造天才的独到观点:与其认为某个个人是“天才”,不如说他/她在创作中获得了“天才”的帮助。这一演讲生动有趣、充满个人色彩、令人感动而充满启发。

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The author of 'Eat, Pray, Love,' Elizabeth Gilbert has thought long and hard about some big topics. Her fascinations: genius, creativity and how we get in our own way when it comes to both. Full bio
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Elizabeth Gilbert says:
Creators should fight against the pull of Romanticism in their work and reject the notion that the artistic life must be one of suffering and torment. I encourage makers to recognize that when you pull your ego out of the game, your work can become a series of joyful collaborations (between artist and mystery, between artist and peers, between artist and audience). The important thing is to take responsibility for continuing to show up for your side of the bargain.

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