Fixing what once was broken: Ross Fisher at DFTB18


Spoilers: There are some minor swears at the beginning of this talk so if you are easily offended or are listening with children around then fast-forward 10 seconds or so.

We have all made mistakes. Some are small – like forgetting to get the milk on the way home, some are huge – like forgetting your wedding anniversary. In this closing talk from DFTB18 Ross talks about the ancient Japanese art of Kintsugi. By fixing shards of broken pottery with molten gold artists created something even more beautiful than that which was broken.

Don't Forget the Bubbles
Don't Forget the Bubbles
Fixing what once was broken: Ross Fisher at DFTB18
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