18 February 2013

Contemporary Cartographies: Drawing Thought
Concept maps and pointers (How do humans store knowledge? The prevailing theory is that at some abstract level, similar ideas are linked together.)

... use the digital media as a critical tool combining theory and practice in the production of objects-to-think-with

2012 Research as Art competition: the winners – in pictures

Half a Million DVDs of Data Stored in Gram of DNA 

What If? Visions of the Future competition

Art (& Science) Talks

Jean-Paul Sartre (1905–1980): Being and Nothingness


Results from the 4th Edmonton Timeraiser

"In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s mind there are few." - Shunryu Suzuki  Via
"Not everyone can say, 'I love you.'. But they all do." - The Universe
"Strange Loops are 'self-perceiving, self-inventing, locked-in, mirages [which] are little miracles of self-reference'." - Douglas Hofstadter
"Who’s turned us around like this, so that we always, do what we may, retain the attitude of someone who’s departing?" - Rilke
"One starts to get young at the age of sixty, and then it's too late." - Picasso

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