By Alex Romanoff - Thursday, September 5, 2019
Certainly the magician must think about the importance of presentation and regard the trick simply as a means to an end. I enjoyed this introduction and look forward to future episodes.
Bravo, Alex!Artists of all stripes must, first and foremost, have something to communicate through their medium(s) of choice. So I always ask myself: "Is what I'm trying to communicate with my magic fascinating, provocative, and moving?" This is what I want from all other art forms such as music, dance, theater and fine art - something that engages, challenges, and moves me. Why would I expect less from the magic I perform? Ah, but is it art? I'll leave that to those who enjoy my magic to decide. For me, sharing what I love with others is validation enough. I look forward to your next thoughtful post. Peace. Mark Zust
Is this book available for purchase anywhere?
Hi David,yes, for sure, you can buy it used, new or read it as an e-book. Just google "our magic maskelyne and devant"and there will be plenty of options.
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Alex Romanoff - Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Category: Art of Impossible
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