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Pictures from another collaboration with Selb-based photographer Markus Thoma. Idea was to use various patterns to create an artistic synergy between light and the lack of it. You can check out the behind the scenes material here.

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7 DEADLY SINS or How to handle the struggles of a Part-Time Artist


首先,我的道歉,我不写中文够好,用你的语言。我每天都在努力改善我的中文。如果你喜欢参加和翻译我的文章,我很高兴欢迎你在我的团队。   7 DEADLY SINS or The struggles of a Part-Time Artist As part of my gallery work for MD Gallery in Shanghai I am fortunate to be among successfull, established artists that expose me to an unseen part of art society that is both free and incredibly entertaining. However, I often meet a lot of upcoming or so called ‘part-time’ artists during our exhibitions, which is why I stumble upon the same questions over and over. Most of us, including myself, have to juggle between what we want to do and what we have to do. This comes with a lot of problems – but they are certainly not unsolvable. In my quest to motivate and unite us artists I wanted to share my personal solutions for these most common ‘sins’ of being a part-time artist. 1. SOCIAL MEDIA RESPONSIBILITY: You don’t have to post every day “Nothing is as it seems” – is a slogan that gains more and more truth in today’s society. And most arguably, Social Platforms platforms play a big role in it. Wheter it is seeking inspiration or just for the daily bit of art life, we tend to follow professionals’ Instagram, Facebook or Snapchats – as they are both admirable and satisfy our creative needs. But we shouldn’t forget that they were like you – or maybe even are as a lot of established artists still have part-time jobs to free themselves from financial pressure. Sure, there might be the point when you are able to jump over to the ‘professional, earn-a-living’ side of artists, but until then you should just focus on doing everything within your possibilities. Social media responsibility is important but it is tempting to loose focus: we get to caught up in worrying about our next post than actually producing art. Remember : first , it should make you fun. Furthermore I happen to realize that if you do something ‘just for posting’ it won’t even be successful – I believe that people can feel if something it not authentic . The golden rule is rather don’t post and focus on your work than posting something that is not you.   2. LACK OF CONFIDENCE: Don’t worry about likes I know by myself this is probably one of the hardest. We like to see the number of likes our work gets as a feedback for the greatness of it. Looking a little into social media metrics like Post Reach etc. will tell you a different story: Exposure, and coherently the number of likes, is due to a lot of factors. Frankly, most of them are out of our influence. I rather advise you to believe in progress: The more you do, the better you get, the more people you will meet on your way that are amazed by what you do – bringing the likes automatically with them.   3. THE EVERY-DAY MONSTER: Just do it and do it now I stumbled upon this rule in a book called Getting Things Done by David Allen and it served me great results. To sum it up, it states that once you have an idea you should start to progress it within 48 – maximum 72 – hours. Otherwise it is most likely that you won’t start it at all as you get caught up in everyday life. I know that this rule requires a lot of effort in the beginning but as soon as you get used to it and build a momentum, you litterally get things done, and at the same time you evolve . Some ideas might be impossible because of funding or personal issues, but this is regularly not the case (or you can find a way to work around these problems) – so spare you exceptions!   4. LACK OF MATERIALS: Stay creative Previously mentioned, lack of funding can be a killer for your ideas and creative development. I was amazed on how often you can find ways around this problem. All you have to do is getting creative, and that shouldn’t be a real problem for an artist, right? You lack of ‘furniture’ to exhibit? Try to build things on your own, Youtube has an incredible DIY section. Or start approaching the problem from the other end by thinking of the desired effect and finding different ways to achieve it. Searching for sponsors/supporters can be significantly more successfull with a good concept – maybe even try platforms like Kickstarter or Indiegogo – as long as you haven’t turned every stone you can’t be certain that it isn’t possible!   5. LACK OF FUNDING: Put money aside I know we all like to eat out and have the freshest clothes, but if you really want to achieve what you dream of, you have to sacrifice a little bit. The most common way – creating a jar for savings – might fail as it is both hard to commit on consequently putting money in it and it is easy to get self-robbed for a quick-term satisfaction or to tip the pizza delivery guy. For myself I came up with a more modern adaption to solve it: First, create a separate bank account. It takes less than a week to create an account with a lot of ‘online banks’ like Consorsbank that are also free of costs and sometimes even offer specific bonuses. Second, create an automated transfer of 20/50/100€ per month. You, as I, will realize: We always adapt our spending on what we actually have. As you don’t “have” the money, you won’t spend it – and save it for your art. Furthermore, you will be much more resistant to use your ‘art-card’ for spending money on things that are unrelated to your mission.   6. ARTIST’S EGO: Be honest, humble and genuine People – even big artists – are still humans . Many of them are more than happy to share their knowledge and opinion if you approach them in the right manner.  Most of the relationships are based on a personal sense of unity not on business interests – this means that the right attitude is key for building up a relationship from person to person. Show appreciation for what other people do and  be intersted in who they are – and you will receive the same in return. If you try to help people, most of them are more than happy to help you out aswell. One of my favorite sentences: The be a good artist, one first has to be a big art fan.   7. IDEA / CREATION DRAUGHT: Collaborate I stole this method from my sport background and what I call the ‘gym partner system’. In order to guarantee my trainings’ progress I met with peers on a daily basis to go to the gym together. Not only was it much more fun, there was also a kind of responsibility to show up that helped me to fight the demons of laziness. This can be transferable to the art game: I by myself founded an art collective in my university to be able to sustain creating and get new influences. Join a collective or meet with peers at a certain time at a weekly basis – this way you have to show up and create. There is no such thing as an creative block. You will have a responsibility that slowly develops in a working routine that guarantees an outcome. Futhermore, you will also profit from their different perspectives and their creative exposure. Since I started focussing on my heART project, I was always looking for people to contribute and design one of my hearts –  this way I would keep meeting new artists that inspire me and give me new influences ( if you want to participate feel free to write me an email).     Certainly, the 7 sins and their ‘solution’ are not the only parts that can bug the life of a Part-time artist. For this case, I rather encourage you to embody the concept, the approach and the mentality of them as it certainly provides the perspective to handle the other problems aswell. Remember that your attitude towards them marks the key for solving all these problems. This said, it is totally up to you what you will make out of it – and I am excited for what opportunities you will create out of these obstacles. Feel more than free to share your progress, comments and stories upon this article, I am looking forward to hear from you! Thank you for everyone who read until this part. From time to time I share my thoughts on things that come up in my mind. If you don’t want to miss the next time, make sure to follow me on one of my platforms below. Or all of them. Chuckle. Furthermore, I love to discuss- if you have an opinion, let me know in the comments below.   MAX RUEBENSAL Mixed-media artist, currently exploring the field of anatomical hearts. I am an artist that loves (other) art, and that likes to share this with you and the rest of the world. I am on Youtube, but mainly publish on my Instagram, Wechat and my Facebookpage. What do you think about this article? Talk, discuss, enjoy and let me know!

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Informal Solutions by Michael Wolf @M97 – Review Max Ruebensal


首先,我的道歉,我不写中文够好,用你的语言。我每天都在努力改善我的中文。如果你喜欢参加和翻译我的文章,我很高兴欢迎你在我的团队。 Shanghai // M97 Adress: 97 Moganshan Rd, Putuo Qu Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 11AM – 6PM Exhibition: Informal Solutions 10/09/2016 – 12/11/2016 Michael Wolf Free Admission!!! My name is Max Ruebensal, I am a german-born sculptor & mixed-media artist currently living in Shanghai, VR China. A few weeks back I had an opportunity – and now I am working for MD Gallery Shanghai, exploring the city and its exhibitions. Occasionally, I blog about these and upload videos on my Youtube, but mainly publish on my Instagram, Wechat and my Facebookpage [I am recently trying the Livestream-App Inke, so if you are able to help me, please contact me via Wechat]. If you’re keen on exploring what art and exhibitions this amazing city has to offer, feel free to follow me along and don’t forget to tell your friends. “In order to find gold, you have to dig deep through the dirt” – When visiting a new city the first time, it is frankly common to head to the city centre as one of the first stops on everyone’s bucket list. Like an insect hypnotized by a light bulb, we are drawn to the bright lights and rapid movement, often concentrated in a narrow area covering just a few streets of downtown-mania. By taking just a little walk for a few blocks, many times you end up in an enviroment fundamentally different and less glamourus – often referred to as the street quarters of a city. This is especially vivid in vastly overpopulated cities like Shanghai and Hong Kong. To many people, back alleys are dark and dirty places that draw neither fascination nor inspiration. But not to artist  and German Photographer Michael Wolf, who has been inspired and fascinated by the happenings in Hong Kong’s back alleys. Informal Solutions is a documentation of his discoveries through his past 13 years of exploration. Born in Germany he worked as a former photojournalist in Europe and the US. Michael Wolf has since turned his attention to capturing the overlooked qualities of big cities. In particular, he is fascinated with the city of Hong Kong. He is based there since 1994, and has produced many photographic artworks. In a minimalist fashion, he presents the many manifestations of culture and life in Hong Kong’s back alley, where spaces are utilized in the most imaginative and unexpected ways. Through his observing eyes, objects captured in photographs appear to transcend from their humble origin to magnificent works of urban installation art. It seems inevitable that city authorities will one day sanitize the creative chaos in Hong Kong’s back alleys. But until then, we share the joy and jubilation about the people’s creativity and inventiveness: The exhibition features photographs, video loops, and artifacts collected by himself. Being inspired by his work, I just published a video-portrayal of the exhibition and it’s surrounding on my Youtube-Channel , capturing the vibe of the gallery and Shanghai’s own informal solutions. Make sure to check it out.   About me: MAX RUEBENSAL Mixed-media artist, currently exploring the field of anatomical hearts. I am an artist that loves (other) art, and likes to share this with you and the rest of the world. What do you think about this article? Talk, discuss, enjoy and let me know!

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Music for Creators – 22, A Million by Bon Iver [Review by Max Ruebensal]


首先,我的道歉,我不写中文够好,用你的语言。我每天都在努力改善我的中文。如果你喜欢参加和翻译我的文章,我很高兴欢迎你在我的团队。 Bon Iver // Album Review 22, A Million Released September 2016 by Jagjaguwar Tracklist: 1. 22 (Over Soon) 2. 10 Death/Breast 3. 715 – Creeks 4. 33 “GOD” 5. 29 #Strafford Apts 6. 666 (upsidedowncross) 7. 21 Moon Water 8. 8 (circle) 9. 45 10. 1000000 Million Free on Spotify!!! Music is art and albums are artworks. I personally like to listen and get inspired by music while I’m creating my own art. Once in a while I stumble upon an album that is so unique and fascinating to me that I want to share it with you. I am an artist, but that doesn’t mean I can’t be a fan of other art – I am still and will always be an art fan. Cherish other art and your art will be cherished. Short Disclaimer: I am neither a musician nor a music critic. This is just some music I like to listen to while I create and my personal, subjective opinion about it. Furthermore, this won’t be an organized overall review – consider it more a reaction to certain parts of his artistic expression. “This is not what I expected.” No doubt, this must have been the first thought of everyone, including myself, listening to the new Bon Iver album. Sure, this album might be fundamentally different and musically distant from his previous works. It is a strange and experimental mixture of arranged glitches, samples, noises combined with looped, synthesized or/and processed voices – yet it is spiced with the care of a developing artist that masters to combine familiar trappings with a futuristic pop vision. I can completely understand that the result might be a turn-off for listeners that were expecting his beloved folklore-acoustic style – but please be reminded that it is (and it still sounds like) Bon Iver. I kindly propose you to open up your mind. Artists will always evolve. A german musician once said “You like me on my old records? Then listen to my old records!“ As we are daily evolving on a personal level, we cannot deny this right to an artist that, probably even more desperately, craves for new experiences. Moreover, we tend to forget that Bon Iver had always been experimental in a certain way. Remember For Emma, Forever Ago, his debut: Both the style of vocals and his phrasing were always unusual – but the impressionistic embodiment of emotional loss and intimacy felt so authentic to many of us that we quickly fell in love with it. In comparison, 22, A Million has a more explorative nature that shifts to dealing with problems like the existential worries or the identity crisis of an artist that is uncertain of the future, reality and himself. It is a constant battle between him (22) and all the others (A Million). Seeking to comprehend the bigger picture, Vernon goes on a quest to answer philosophical questions about impermanence, structure and faith. Opening with 22 (Over Soon), the constant trumpet sounds – striking resemblance to a battle call or fire alarm –  evoke an optimistic and hopeful vibe. The imperfect loop, cutting at the sound’s beginning, already hints to the glitch-orientated journey the album is about to take us on. His familiar, harmonizing vocalisation „Where you gonna look for confirmation?“ is interrupted by the constantly sampled undulating pitch-voice “It might be over soon”. After he immediately creates a promising atmosphere he fulfills his take on the concept of impermanence: The end is unexpected and fast. My favourite track of the record is by far 715 – CRΣΣKS. Not only does it remind me of the hypnotic Kanye West “Heartless“, one of my all-time favourites – the cyber-soul acappella is full of strong powerful emotion and soft sensitiveness at the same time. Promising “a pop reveal that never comes – it resolves with a parting shot apparently aimed at a lover’s back. “Goddamn, turn around now, you’re my A team,” Vernon blurts, the last syllables stretched achingly with pixilated melisma. It’s a startling line, not just for its emotional payload but because it’s delivered through effects that generally neuter vocal intimacy. Here, they magnify it.“ (Pitchfork ) To satisfy nostalgia, 8 (circle) is the probably the most recognizable track and a mid-way compromise between his present evolution and For Emma, Forever Ago, very similar to Vernon’s last record Bon Iver. It is composed in a more traditional way from both vocal arrangement and structure until it finally dissolves into a liquid mashup of horns, synths and harmonies that is pure, honest and beautiful. Few years ago, Yeezus by Kanye West tried to break boundaries and pave new grounds in the musical environment of Rap & HipHop. Today, I feel like Bon Iver is trying to do similar with Folklore by breaking stylistic rules and traditional concepts like verse-chorus-verse structures. The album’s haunting closing track, 00000 Million, is both promising and representative for the album’s concept to redefine the established. The wobbly borrowed sample from the Irish folksinger Fionn Regan: “The days have no numbers” opposes the album’s obsession with numerology, as every song title has a number in it. In desolating his own artwork, Vernon finishes by admitting his defeat to the big proposed questions.“There’s resignation in his voice[…]. The song’s lyrics will be familiar to anyone wondering if they’ll ever actually start to feel better, while still continuing to do something they know is hurting them: “If it’s harmed, it harmed me, it’ll harm me, I let it in.” (Pitchfork ) MAX RUEBENSAL Mixed-media artist, currently exploring the field of anatomical hearts. I am an artist that loves (other) art, and that likes to share this with you and the rest of the world. I am on Youtube, but mainly publish on my Instagram, Wechat and my Facebookpage. What do you think about the album? Talk, discuss, enjoy and let me know!

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THE GAP – Artist’s conflict between what we want to and what we actually create


首先,我的道歉,我不写中文够好,用你的语言。我每天都在努力改善我的中文。如果你喜欢参加和翻译我的文章,我很高兴欢迎你在我的团队。 THE GAP Let’s be honest, there are more gaps in our life than probably anything else. The gap between the hours you want to attend class and the amount you end up at the end of a semester. The gap between how much you wanted to drink last weekend and how drunk you actually got. And not to forget the stupid gap between a double bed where you end up awake while your partner is sleeping like a baby [Shoutout to all the singles, be guaranteed, it will happen to you] . But the gap that probably haunts us the most is the gap between what you want and what you have. In terms of being an artist,it is the gap between what you create and what you want to create. There can be various reasons for that: insufficient funding, missing vision, lack of skill or the lack of time. However, it is very tempting to get frustrated. I caught myself more than once staring at the polished and beautiful Instagram accounts of the artists I admire – instead of actually doing art by myself. And this is what it comes down to: perception. There is a reason, why you admire these artists and their ‘almost perfection’. Remember, they all used to be in the same position as you. They also had other artists that they were fans of that were performing way better back in that time! The difference? They kept on going, until the gap was closed. And what did they realize? Once they reached the point where they wanted to be, the gap was even bigger! The truth is: there will always be a gap between everything you can imagine and what you will bring to life. Your mind is the most powerful tool in the world, and reality is lacking the possibilities to keep up to your fantasies. You should see your art rather as a progress than as a status. A true artists mind will never be satisfied – it always desires for more. So stop being frustrated about the lack of brilliance in your art. You know how to polish jewelry to the finest? By going over it time and time again! Never stop to create, never stop to make mistakes and never stop to grow through it ! Your paintings suck? Then paint! Your ideas are not genius enough? Then develop more! One final thought. I know this is hard. But remember, you don’t have to go alone. A Swedish proverb says: ” If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”. Let’s travel this road together. Let’s create something beautiful and get the support and fascination of all of us. As artists, We’re all in the same boat, so let’s start rowing together. Cherish other art and your art will be cherished. Thank you for everyone who read until this part. From time to time I share my thoughts on things that come up in my mind. If you don’t want to miss the next time, make sure to follow me on one of my platforms below. Or all of them. Chuckle. Furthermore, I love to discuss- if you have an opinion, let me know in the comments below. MAX RUEBENSAL Mixed-media artist, currently exploring the field of anatomical hearts. I am an artist that loves (other) art, and that likes to share this with you and the rest of the world. I am on Youtube, but mainly publish on my Instagram, Wechat and my Facebookpage. What do you think about this article? Talk, discuss, enjoy and let me know!

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“Dynamic Field” by Haiyang Wang @Minsheng Art Museum – Review Max Ruebensal


首先,我的道歉,我不写中文够好,用你的语言。我每天都在努力改善我的中文。如果你喜欢参加和翻译我的文章,我很高兴欢迎你在我的团队。 Shanghai // Minsheng Art Museum Adress: Building F, NO.570 West Huaihai Road (Red Town), Changning District Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10AM -10PM Exhibition: Dynamic Field 17/09/2016 – 16/10/2016 Haiyang Wang Free Admission after 6PM!!! My name is Max Ruebensal, I am a german-born sculptor & mixed-media artist currently living in Shanghai, VR China.  I am working for MD Gallery Shanghai, exploring the city and its exhibitions. Occasionally, I blog about these and upload videos on my Youtube, but mainly publish on my Instagram, Wechat and my Facebookpage . [I am recently trying the Livestream-App Inke, so if you are able to help me, please contact me via Wechat] If you’re keen on exploring what art and exhibitions this amazing city has to offer, feel free to follow me along and don’t forget to tell your friends. “The world is unfortunate because it is real” not only one of mine’s, but also one of Haiyang Wang’s favorite sentences. The abstract approach to his work reminds me of one of the great masters of art. Michelangelo once stated that the block of marble is already in perfect condition, in his most perfect state of form, when he is leaving the mine – And it is to the skill of the sculptor to ‘undress’ the artwork in the most perfect way. Haiyang Wang’s view is quite similar – yet, coherently to his artworks, more futuristic and abstract . In his self-introduction he describes: “The progress of finishing a painting on a blank canvas could be called as the progress from nothing to something. However, I have always been thinking from the opposite way when I am facing it. What if the painting is already existing – only because we could not see it from our dimension? “ The progress of his’ paintings is led by the time, so that the final image of the painting will not depend on style or the schools anymore. For him, the only important aspect is the way you “control the contingency and randomness during the river of time”. Wow. In an artistic way, he plays along heavy philosophical questions that I formally had tortured my mind with and that are now evoked again. The way our brain works is underlined to certain concepts, by means e.g. the laws of physics, causuality , actio/reactio ( one thing happens after another) or the decision ( permanent existence of two alternatives between it is to choose ). Our mind is incapable to think outside this box and we cannot imagine a word functioning in different systems. But is it likely that this is the one and only truth? The one and only way things happen? For example, how about reversing some concepts: Couldn’t it be that something happens now because we ‘did’ something in the future? As Decartes once said “I think, so I exist”. This is the only thing we can say for sure. Even if everything around us is an illusion, and our ‘mind’ is completely fooled, there is still something that is getting fooled. Further to mention, the style of his paintings is very pleasant: Although the extensive use of bright and neon colours, they seem to harmonize in a certain way. His execution is abstract, but still realistic enough for the viewer to recognize familiar structures, inspriring one’s mind to puzzle them together to a bigger picture. Salvador Dali + Vasily Kadinsky + beautiful colours + sth. new = Haiyang Wang ?! I am planning to publish a video-portrayal / walkthrough of the exhibition on my Youtube-Channel the ongoing Friday for the ones that weren’t able to see the exhibition. Make sure to check it out if you are interested. About me: MAX RUEBENSAL Mixed-media artist, currently exploring the field of anatomical hearts. I am an artist that loves (other) art, and likes to share this with you and the rest of the world. What do you think about this article? Talk, discuss, enjoy and let me know!  

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Reality/Truth by Li Hongbo & Shi Ningfang @ MD Gallery Shanghai – Review Max Ruebensal


首先,我的道歉,我不写中文够好,用你的语言。我每天都在努力改善我的中文。如果你喜欢参加和翻译我的文章,我很高兴欢迎你在我的团队。 Shanghai // MD Gallery Adress: 188 Linqing Rd, near Yangshupu Rd Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 11AM – 6PM Exhibition: Reality/Truth 10/09/2016 – 29/10/2016 Li Hongbo, Shi Ningfang Free Admission!!! As this is my first article, I might need to introduce myself. My name is Max Ruebensal, I am a german-born sculptor & mixed-media artist currently living in Shanghai, VR China. A few weeks back I had an opportunity – and now I am working for MD Gallery Shanghai, exploring the city and its exhibitions. Occasionally, I blog about these and upload videos on my Youtube, but mainly publish on my Instagram, Wechat and my Facebookpage [I am recently trying the Livestream-App Inke, so if you are able to help me, please contact me via Wechat]. If you’re keen on exploring what art and exhibitions this amazing city has to offer, feel free to follow me along and don’t forget to tell your friends.   “For me as a guide – Y’all can see me now ’cause you don’t see with your eye, you perceive with your mind”. This is a line of one of my all-time favorite songs – Clint Eastwood by Gorillaz – that I am still able to rap along when you wake me up at 6 o’clock in the morning. There is a certain ‘truth’ to sayings like ‘Nothing is as it seems’, that probably everyone heard at least once in his life. It is kind of weird that the way we perceive our world and our surroundings is very subjective, although we always think that everything we see must be as it is because we see it like that. We trust our brain to be a neutral and objective instance that is unfailable and works like a machine. But as everything that is connected to our brain, it is deeply affected by our emotions, situation and many other things. Li Hongbo, famous for his viral paper sculptures, and his wife Shi Ningfang set out to challenge these questions: What is truth? What is Reality? Is it what we see and assume? Or is it something completely different? A thing I really like about both artists is that they play around a lot with traditional Chinese materials. Li Hongbo has been working as a book publisher in his pre-artist career, and you can see the impact it still has on his creations. He is mostly-known for his renaissance-looking sculptures that, on closer examination, are made of layer upon layer of paper to fold out, concertina-like. I found his take on this traditional chinese lamp-technique very pretty, clever and super intricate. His wife also focuses on the link between traditional chinese craftmanship and contemporary art. For example, take a look at these two traditional chinese bells. What if I told you that one of them is real, and one of them is made out of plastic? Which one is real, which one is not? The exhibition wants to challenge us to question our truths, what we see and what we feel. Are the things that we see like they really are? Let’s discuss reality! Lastly, for this show, they collaborated on an installation with paper and magnets, that took them over 4 days to set up. While exploring the effects of volume, Hongbo fantastically managed to stay loyal to his chosen material and once more expanded the possibilities of the traditional tool. You can also check out the Adobe Spark Presentation I set up for you guys. Also, I am publishing a video-portrayal / walkthrough of the exhibition on my Youtube-Channel next Friday. If you are interested to see the exhibition or the paper sculptures in action, I am more than happy to show you around. Just add me on Wechat and I can tell you my working hours there. About me: MAX RUEBENSAL Mixed-media artist, currently exploring the field of anatomical hearts. I am an artist that loves (other) art, and likes to share this with you and the rest of the world. What do you think about this article? Talk, discuss, enjoy and let me know!

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