/story, (it’s a shitty cd buzzword) and that’s why it’s scary
Some of you may have been put off by the word story long ago because you’ve had it jammed into your ear holes by some shitty ad or cd that used the use of the word to justify his or her job. 👏 👏 👏
Well, let me bring you back a bit. I promise I won’t do that to you.
First, however, I need to un-brainwash your creative minds that have been stomped all over for so long. We need to stop thinking about stories like they are something for a different job title or as if they are UNNECESSARY BECAUSE your work is “abstract.” 🙄 If your goal is to develop yourself as an innovative artist, then the product you produce needs to contain instructions on how your audience should ingest it. If you’re building an original product, then your audience needs a new foundation to stand on *which is a good story. Stories should no longer come into your mind as shit you have to deal with before you can make something sexy. They should be your instruction manuals before you send your product off to market. What do you want your audience to feel, do, or say after you're "finished?" How do you want your audience to put these pieces together to express your initial intentions?