My vision is more on community sufficiency, creating self determination for impacted communities. One of the ways I see that happening more is through crowd-sourcing and Community Supported Agriculture/Art subscription models that limit outside strings from deciding the direction of your work. I hope more artists are able to take this path and stop waiting around for someone to discover and put them on, or compromise their work in order to fit into a cookie cutter industry.
This is also why I feel the TPG Academy is so important, because it facilitates learning of the philosophies and concrete tools needed to overcome the intimidation hurdles you have to clear in order to start your own business. If enough people learn to fish we can organize together to stop the dam, and make sure the river remains part of the commons.
Read the full interview with TPG, here.