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The Eternal Frenemy - Art v Science

Posted by Carl Gough on Sunday, May 12, 2019,

The Eternal Frenemy – Art verses Science

The Arts and The Sciences have never been comfortable bed fellows – but does it really need to be that way?

My journey to becoming a storyteller has not been conventional (if there is a such a thing). By this I mean my early career was rooted in ‘The Sciences’ not 'The Arts'. In truth, there are times when this can become quite isolating; for example I have received dismissive comments such as ‘you won’t understand, you’re not from an a...

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Is it time to get angry?

Posted by Carl Gough on Monday, May 6, 2019,

Is it time to get angry? In an age where our future is at risk, perhaps anger can make a difference.

I’m not easy to anger. To be honest it’s an emotion that scares me; a powerful Genie that I try not to let out of its bottle in case I can’t control it. The flip side of avoiding and suppressing anger is a high degree of patience – let’s face it there’s little choice in the matter if anger is a no go zone. I used to be quite proud of my ability to keep a cool head – ‘Patience is...

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