No coincidence that this week I attended a reading by author Giulia Melucci of her book I Loved, I Lost, I Ate Spaghetti and the one-woman show of Kristy Hasen called Business. Both evenings celebrating the creativity of these urban women inspired the heck out of me for a number of reasons, but this big one — they are unabashedly juicy and sexual in their art.
As I continue to work on my own creative projects, I frequently find myself walking that line of how much to reveal. Only we as artists can decide what our line is.
Thanks for the truth, fellow artists.