Episode 8 of Studio Practice deals with the issues of which we must not speak. Friedrich Nietzsche, Scientology, Aesop Rock and Reviews at Cranbrook Academy of Art are topics of discussion. Don’t be afraid to post to the comment section.
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Thus Spake Zarathustra
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