thread: 2009-06-08 : Restating: Fictional Causes and Realization

On 2009-06-12, Mark Woodhouse wrote:

Any group creative activity has to in some way get over that hump. Not being willing to be boring, trite, off-timing, whatever - not being willing to be judged - is poison to collaboration.

All performance is "be creative, now!"

I think that may be the biggest danger in the sort of disconnect from fictional cause that V's talking about. It makes everything very safe - we all just point to the dice and the numbers and the logic of system and say "that made me do it - if it sucked, don't blame me!" We can pretend we aren't judging each other's input.

But if we're really doing this group creative activity we claim we are, of course we're judging.


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