Failure, is it a culturally conditioned fear of not living up to, or achieving a cumulation of the internal, external, subjective and objective, preconceptions, expectations, ideals or opinions of what something should be, how it should be done, or how it should look?
It seems, in the world in which we live, failure is a very easy possibility. Or at least it is if we allow it to be, If we expect something within rigid parameters, then there is always room for that something not to match up to what we thought it was going to be.
If there is no set agenda, or set of outcomes but only a will to do something, say something, explore something in a humanistic and truly collective way, embracing and cherishing the unknown. Failure is not an option, it is not a possibility because everything is possible, accepted and valued. The imperfections are what, in fact give depth, dimension and dynamism.
This to me is the essence of A Cut, A Scratch, A Score.