Most adults are openly hostile to real criticism, while most artists and designers exist in a professional bubble with little or no opportunity to engage in critique. Nearly all students in art and design design schools are subjected “correction” masquerading as legitimate critique. In this episode, Elliott Earls discusses the mechanics of art and design critique. The work of American choreographer Liz Lerman and the physicist David Bohm are discussed along with the problems of the most prevalent art school critique method. The New York Art Book Fare, Million Dollar Extreme, Chelsea Bombings and Sam Hyde are also discussed.