Failure Confessions is a series of candid conversations about failure between femme identified artists, facilitated by Crow. The intention of this series is to explore our many unique relationships to failure, from the roots to the fruits, surrendering to the sometimes extreme discomfort of this taboo subject. By opening up the conversation and showcasing the vulnerability of powerful and influential artists, I hope to dismantle the fragility of failure, allowing us to champion it as an ally in the creative process and life journey.
1. What is your name?
2. What is your age?
3. What culture were you raised in?
4. What is your passion in life?
5. What is the first thing you think of when you hear the word, "failure"?
6. What does failure mean to you?
7. Do you think the culture you were raised in influenced the way you think about failure?
8. Which failure would you consider to be the most impactful experience for you so far?
9. As you reflect on this experience, what did you learn about yourself and your relationship to failure?
10. What do you wish the next generation could learn about failure earlier on in their lives?
11. What advice would you give to someone who is learning how to embrace their failures?
12. What is something you know now that you wish you would have known when you were struggling through a failure?