Episode 079: Changing the Narrative with Photography, with Jay Sullivan was released on The Back to the Drawing Board podcast on Monday, February 1, 2021.
On this episode I'm joined by photographer and video artist Jay Sullivan to chat about the intersection between memory, psychology and the creative process. We chat about how the creative process helps him shift his narrative around his past, if the final artwork matters, and whether the public can relate to artwork build around such personal experiences and memories.
If you've ever been interested in what art therapy is, how does it work, and does it work, then you'll surely love this discussion. At the end of the episode you will be left with art therapy ideas, prompts and will surely be convinced of the benefits of art therapy.
FYI, a lot of the topics that Jay and I discuss in this episode were explained further in the most recent solo episode: episode 75. Take a listen to gain some background knowledge.
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