When you were little, I bet you spent time enjoying the pleasure of primitive art.

When I ask my students to write about their happiest moment, many write about an early artistic experience they had as a kid: Learning to play piano for the first time and playing four hands with a friend, or performing a ridiculous skit with friends looking like idiots — things like that. Or the moment you developed the first film you shot with an old camera.

…In that moment, art makes you happy.

—From Korean novelist Young-ha Kim’s TEDxSeoul talk, “Be an artist, right now!”: the first talk in Korean to be featured on TED.com.

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