Posts Tagged ‘creativity’

Low Cost Design: bottom-up creativity by Daniele Pario Perra

Thursday, December 16, 2010 15:59 1 Comment

Posted by Alessandra Pellicanò (To read this entry in Italian click ‘Italian’ in the black menu bar above) ‘Low Cost Design’ is a recent publication by Milan-based researcher and designer Daniele Pario Perra, who with his book illustrates the innovation of bottom-up creativity through 7000 photographs taken across Europe and the Mediterranean region. Magazine rack […]

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Charles Landry on the value of creativity in city making

Wednesday, January 13, 2010 16:11 6 Comments

In a keynote speech delivered at the Creative Cities Summit 2.0 in Detroit, Michigan urban innovator Charles Landry, author of The Creative City and The Art of City Making, shares his knowledge on the value of creativity in city making. Part I: The art of city making is conviviality Share this:Facebook

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Playground: City

Sunday, April 6, 2008 16:48 No Comments

Originally published by Cluster, written by Cristina Lobnik Every city has its creative minds pondering about ways to diversify their cities, making them more colorful, livable and interactive, expressing pleasure as well as comfort. Experimental projects like Torino Colors, an urban chromatic mapping method, and Urban Play, an international city project that aims to […]

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Ph15 – education through visual arts

Friday, April 4, 2008 15:38 No Comments

Ph15 is formed by a group of photographers that believe in education through visual arts and using them as a mean of social inclusion. Ph15 offers workshops that possess a completely innovative character, so much for the didactics of work as for being an experience that makes possible a space for integration, development of the […]

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All Problems of Notation Will be Solved by the Masses

Saturday, February 23, 2008 12:25 No Comments

Orignially published on Mute Magazine, written by Simon Yuill, reblogged by Cluster Image: Black Artists’ Group, St Louis If relational aesthetics and open source were always commercial, can the musical score provide a way of thinking through different relationships between creativity and code? The return to improvisation in ‘livecoding’ draws parallels with experimental practices developed […]

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