In art school we all agonized over our creative process.
A group of students built a sculpture out of chicken wire, plaster and various odds and sods from the studio. We weren’t quite sure what it was supposed to be. Neither were the creators very sure about this assignment. They decided to push forward and record their creative process. The students loaded their hefty piece of work onto a truck and drove it to an open field, filming all the way.
Once they unloaded the sculpture, they placed it carefully on the ground. Then they set it on fire.
At the film premiere to the class the teacher optimistically highlighted their creative process.
We all had a good laugh.