Blank Maps


 Reflecting upon his role in the movie All is Lost, Robert Redford told Fresh Air‘s Terry Gross, “I was very drawn to what was not said,” Redford told Fresh Air‘s Terry Gross. The 30-page script for the nearly wordless film was made up mostly of sketches.

What engagement can we generate if we hand out maps with vague detail and definition. If our mission is to explore the blank spots on the map.  That journey is meaningful and significant.  Producing facsimiles of what has already been discovered gets tedious quickly.

 

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