I never thought that I’d be discovered. I just thought I’d be somebody who was a hard worker. For me, things started to happen once I completely gave up the concept of being discovered. I discovered what I wanted to do. That would be my advice to young performers: don’t want to be famous. Want to be legendary. In many ways, fame is the industrial disease of creativity. It’s a sludgy byproduct of making things.
A short about Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi, and how to decide who to let in and out of your life. Animated in Keynote, cut in Quicktime. Watch more videos from the series: vimeo.com/channels/showyourwork