Jean Dubuffet was the first to coin the term 'Art Brut.' By this Dubuffet meant art that was 'uncooked' by culture - an art that was at its most pure, its most powerful and its most meaningful. It was an art produced entirely for individual satisfaction and inner need with no regard to exhibition, fame or monetary reward. If you're an artist (or know of someone) in any medium who creates in isolation and on the margins of a winner-takes-all culture, then we're looking for you. We'd like to document you and your creative process and capture the ethical and conceptual choices you have to make. You should be comfortable with being interviewed on camera but no experience is required. If you're not comfortable on camera but would like to be a part of this endeavor and share your story, we'd still like to hear from you.
Questions? Please contact J. Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org for info on how and where to send your work for consideration.
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