Organizing Dialogue, Experience and Knowledge for Complex Problem-Solving

The Imagination Age 2011-09-02 22:30:00

by • September 2nd, 2011

Leonardo At The Museum from Greg Tran on VimeoHypnotic and beautiful study of how augmented reality, virtual worlds and museum experiences might transform with the evolution of current technologies by artist Greg Tran.

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Delicate and Nightmarish Polymer Clay Sculptures

by • August 23rd, 2011

Seoul-based Korean artist Choi Xooang has crafted a haunting stylized, anthropomorphic and yet dissolute series of polymer clay sculptures that both evoke visceral emotions and dreamlike reverie.

[The art of seoul-based artist choi xooang]

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Warren Ellis as The Emperor Tarot Card

by • August 18th, 2011

Warren Ellis as The Emperor Tarot Card.

New York City artist Katelan Foisy has been working steadily on painting her own tarot deck. She’s about a dozen cards in. The latest here is Warren Ellis, writer extraordinaire, cast appropriately as The Empero…

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The Art of Complexity and Public Health

by • August 14th, 2011

In public health we use focus groups — which were initially designed to focus a research question, not serve as a means of research unto itself — to generalize from a group-think scenario to an entire community and then claim that we know them. Really? Is this beholding? Is this the kind of contemplative inquiry that makes sense for public health. Could we learn more from artists? Our methods certainly could (see art of public health), but perhaps the way of the artist is also something we could learn more from

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A Recent Installation by Rita J. King

by • August 11th, 2011

An installation by @RitaJKing

A recent installation by Rita J. King. As Kate Sherrod described it, “Joseph Cornell would be proud.” (Originally posted on “Unfolding at the Speed of Words,” a Tumblr blog.)

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Visualizing Evaluation and Feedback

by • August 3rd, 2011

Evaluation relies heavily on feedback and data; providing more visual ways of sharing this data might provide better options for explaining complex phenomena.

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Announcement: Beacon Press Seeks an Illustator for Kindred

by • March 3rd, 2009

by Latoya Peterson Yes, you read that right. According to friend of the blog Allison: For many years, Beacon Press–a nonprofit book publisher since 1854–has had the privilege of publishing Octavia Butler’s “Kindred,” the story of a modern black woman transported through time to the antebellum South. Octavia Butler died tragically in 2006; those familiar […]

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