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Ken Goldberg: “The amount of hard work and studying that’s needed to learn how to be an artist is analogous to the hard work that we’re well aware of in engineering—learning calculus and physics over years of intensive time and effort.
Successful artists must study deeply to understand how art works. They have to learn about the logic, language, and very nuanced complexity of thousands of works of art. In art and science, you can’t innovate if you don’t understand what has gone before. Art has a logic and a complexity that’s very analogous to engineering.”
See the rest of the interview at https://www.nae.edu/255789/An-Interview-with-Ken-Goldberg-Engineering-Professor-and-Artist-UC-Berkeley