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DVD - Conscious Magic Episode 2 (Get Lucky, Becoming, Radio, Fifty 50) with Ran Pink and Andrew Gerard
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For more than two decades, Ran and Andrew have created and performed magic on TV. In Conscious Magic, Episode 2, they sit down for the first time, and openly discuss and reveal their approach to performing magic and mentalism in everyday environments.
In this series, Ran and Andrew reveal their go-to routines that they perform in real-life casual situations such as bars, house parties, and on the street. Not only do they teach new effects, but they break them down, discussing their creative process and give insight that will help make the magic you create even better.
"Our mission with Conscious Magic is to elevate the art of magic by empowering the performer to have a deeper insight into the process of creating, performing and even thinking about magic on a new level."
In this Episode
"First off, the material Andrew and Ran perform and teach is damn strong! But if there's one lesson you can and should learn while watching them, is how they take these pieces to make a connection with the people. This is powerful stuff and the true secret of intimate theater." - John Carey
"If I had a list of ten mystery artists I'd like to be locked in a room with, Andrew Gerard and Ran Pink would be on that list. They constantly inspire me by stripping effects down to organic, seamless, simplistic moments of astonishment. To have these two modern-day masters brainstorming together is an opportunity I will not miss and neither should you." - Marc Spelmann
"Possibly the very best project I've seen in the field of mentalism. No mumbo-jumbo B@%T - this is the real stuff. Can't wait for the rest of the series - a game changer!" - Paul Romhany - Editor Vanish Magic Magazine
"Not only are the effects strong, but I especially love the dialogue between these two, and the insights and subtleties they give away are priceless." - Haim Goldenberg
"Gerard has been the greatest influence on my professional career to date." - Keith Barry