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What do you mean by taste, and if someone doesn’t have taste, how can they acquire it? - Question/Answer Now Playing


What do you mean by taste, and if someone doesn’t have taste, how can they acquire it?

Dec 06, 2010

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Bass wrote
at Dec 06, 2010 - 7:41 PM
This is generally my biggest worry; whether or not I'm lying to myself about the quality of my work.

I sometimes find time is an aide. If I decide on a climax or event or theme and months later it's still in my head with the same intensity as it was when I first thought of it, I assume it means that it's probably as good as I hope it is. I trust time because when I look back at anything I've done, I hate it. I am continually destroying my own work. So if something survives my bitter thoughts, I assume it's got to be hardy.

But then, maybe I'm just lying to myself. We'll see.

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