Richard Tuttle on his experiences as a misunderstood child prodigy

In my latest episode about The Art Movement, I talked about the challenge of understanding early signs of artistic genius. This has been a source of frustration for artists and caused ruptures as well as traumatic experiences that many artists have talked about over the years.

I made specific reference to Richard Tuttle, the acclaimed post-minimalist artist. I found a video of an interview of his produced by the Louisiana Channel where he shared his own experience of growing up in a ruptured family and education system that neither understood nor had any room for his genius.

This is something that I am very interested in and so, I thought it might be a good idea to share the full video, which you can watch via the player below.

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I'm an international journalist, reporter, website editor and content creator. I actively work for JAZZIZ Magazine and FRED Film Radio, collaborate with other websites and curate my own projects, including IN ARTE MATT and CineCola. I have also curated and produced my series of films in Galway, Ireland, and photo exhibition and arts events in various European countries. I have a working class background and have and have a postgrad degree in Film Theory + a BA in Film & TV.

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