Confessional #1: A deeper look (maybe) into GSRV Music
So leading up to the release of my next CD I’ve decided to post “Confessional” blog posts. These posts are intended to give insight (whether this insight will be helpful or misleading remains to be seen) into this upcoming CD and myself as an artist. By unburdening myself of certain subjects and areas of artistic expression I hope to allow myself more vulnerability with my writing. As a quasi rorschach test, I’ve asked myself to simply state something about myself and see what I write down…these are some of my responses thus far:
- I’m 22
- I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BFA in Acting…kind of like doing extra credit for study hall
- I record music. (I also have recorded music and am constantly recording music at particular moments in time which are uncluttered by space)
- I feel compelled to create art which will outlive me even though I simultaneously realize the futility of that process since I will still be dead
- I believe that Yeshua Ha-Mashiach is the Son of G-d, became a man, died, and was/is resurrected and that this belief has led to a more abundant life of joy/peace
- I sometimes question the authenticity of my faith due to the fact that I have more than one pair of pants. Semiotician Walker Percy might call this Problematic Transcendence.
- My new CD is called “Transcendence. Problematic.” (Release in March ’13) You can hear my music at http://www.gsrvmusic.com
- I’ve only ever been attracted to women but I don’t assume that makes me a heterosexual
- I take breaks from coffee and alcohol because I enjoy them too much to consume them all the time
- I stole the quote “Everything in Moderation, Even Moderation” from Dean DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots…and regularly speak of it as my own
Well that’s round 1…
This entry was posted on January 24, 2013 by isgeorgerobson. It was filed under Confessional, GSRV Music, Music, Opinion, Poetry, Social, Writing and was tagged with artistic, confessional, list, personal life, rorschach test, vulnerability.