Joe Fafard - On Commissioned Work
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I like to do commissions because commissions set up a problem and creatively you solve it. It can lead to entirely new solutions that you could not have expected if you hadn’t had the problem. So oftentimes it is not the answer that is important, it’s the question. If you have a question then you might invent a proper answer for it. So a commission is like a question, and if you have the right question then it can be very exciting. And eventually we will come up with something that is a proper answer for that question. I think it was Picasso that said it’s not the answer that is important it’s the question.

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