>>61681405 Have you ever tried sensory deprivation? If I go a week without listening to someone else's music, tuneful things sometimes come to me in dreams, though I'm no musician. As for ideas more at the technical end of the creative spectrum, as with the craft of developing, varying, or enhancing a theme, let theft come to the rescue. During the apprentice phase of anything, replication, reverse-engineering others' work, and systematic study of what's been done along those lines, is not just good practice, but curiously suggestive. Process can yield fruitful accidents, as well as "what if I changed this..." Rigor too can be a road to spontaneity.
>>61683732 The principle of it is even more general than in the example I gave: When experiential fulfillment is lacking, the imagination comes forward to bridge the gap, and life goes on a little more in the artist's way.
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