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Creativity

What's Changing? - Creativity
Creativity
Halcyon Identifies 5 October 2018

 

Please see below selected recent creativity-related change.

 

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October 2018

 

August 2018

On Art Galleries

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To the Museums of Fine Art in Brussels on July 25th, 2015. A lovely afternoon, escaping from the summer rain, included several new highlights - in addition to the splendid Rembrandts, Gauguins, Seurats and Wouters - among them Spilliaerts' La Baigneuse and Mack's spellbinding Silber-Dynamo.

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The most creative among us see relationships the rest of us never notice - Dan Pink

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Only by combining data stored deep within our brains can we forge new ideas. No amount of magpie assemblage can compensate for this slow, synthetic creativity. Hyperlinks and overstimulation mean the brain must give most of its attention to short-term decisions. Little makes it through the fragile transfer into deeper processing - The Economist, http://www.economist.com/node/16423330?story_id=16423330&fsrc=scn/tw/te…

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Creativity is substraction - Austin Kleon

On Originality

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According to the always interesting Maria Popova, artist and writer Austin Kleon was invited to give a talk to students, the backbone for which was a list of 10 things he wished he’d heard as a young creator: So widely did the talk resonate that Kleon decided to deepen and enrich its message in Steal Like an Artist. While all 10 tips illustrated above make sense, nos. 2, 3, 4, 6 and 10 resonate with me in particular.

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The most creative among us see relationships the rest of us never notice - Dan Pink

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Only by combining data stored deep within our brains can we forge new ideas. No amount of magpie assemblage can compensate for this slow, synthetic creativity. Hyperlinks and overstimulation mean the brain must give most of its attention to short-term decisions. Little makes it through the fragile transfer into deeper processing - The Economist, http://www.economist.com/node/16423330?story_id=16423330&fsrc=scn/tw/te…