“I was working on the proof of one of my poems all the morning, and took out a comma. In the afternoon I put it back again”.
In the newest issue of design mind, editor Sam Martin asks Taryn Simon about her work and her process, and the way the two interconnect. If you’re intrigued by Taryn Simon’s TEDTalk, posted today, read on. From the interview:
How do you interpret the creative process? Do you think there’s a balance of inspiration and hard work, or is it all hard work?
The choices I make usually involve a revelatory moment — both in the taking of an image and the identifying of subject matter. That said, these moments are literally moments surrounded by hard work.
And browse the full issue of design mind, devoted to TEDGlobal 2009 and “The Substance of Things Not Seen.”