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Karen Hunt on Joseph Arthur & his Technicolor Dreamcast

"The mirror cracked from side to side; The curse is come upon me," cried the Lady of Shalott.
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I had such a great time talking with Joseph. We are both artists, so we have a lot in common. We talked about Only Paper is Safe, the meaning of art and the consequences of using technology to create art, whether it’s good or bad or both. I shared my love for the poem The Lady of Shallot by Lord Tennyson, which I will probably share more about in one of my Reflections for a Sunday pieces.

Have a listen, I think you will enjoy it.

You can find out more about Joseph Arthur’s music, art and writing here.

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