Dialoguetalk.org is a digital encyclopedia and archive of the thoughts, ideas, and perspectives of extraordinary global figures from across the arts and humanities.
Each segment – in text and audio – offers a lens into the motivations of their work, and the unique insights they have gained from their field of study. The content is always verbatim and free of any editorial bias.
Topics are then inter-connected between contributors so the compendium becomes an exploratory web of artists, thinkers, ideas, and perspectives.
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