“We must take note of the fact that the artist nowadays is occupied with painting flags, posters, pots and pans textiles and things like that. What is referred to as ‘artistic work’ has on the vast majority of occasions nothing whatever to do with creative effort: and the term ‘artistic work’ is used in order […]Read More The idea of artistic work must be abolished.
“Learn to say Fuck You to the world once in a while. You have every right to. Just stop thinking, worrying, looking over your shoulder wondering, doubting, fearing, hurting, hoping for some easy way out, struggling, grasping, confusing, itchin, scratching, mumbling, bumbling, grumbling, humbling, stumbling, numbling, rumbling, gambling, tumbling, scumbling, scrambling, hitching, hatching, bitching, moaning, […]Read More Learn to say F**k You to the World!
As I have written before, one of the most common ideas of creativity is giving it a religious explanation, a way of seeing it as a God like process in which a great master work comes from nothing in an unexplainable way. Andrew Tate, a freelance writer and neuroscientist, tells that we are far more […]Read More How to be more Creative?
Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially visual art and music, where the work is set out to expose the essence, essentials or identity of a subject through eliminating all non-essential forms, features or concepts. We are not talking here about simple living or minimalist lifestyle. Instead we will focus in […]Read More Minimalism is simple.
Architect and designer Neri Oxman proposes in her “Krebs Cycle of Creaivity” a map for four domains of creative exploration—Science, Engineering, Design and Art—in an attempt to represent the antidisciplinary hypothesis: knowledge can no longer produced within, disciplinary boundaries, but is entirely entangled. Inspired by the philosophical work of designer John Maeda this circular approach […]Read More Antidisciplinary Attitude is the Way.
This is a simple and great educational tool that will help inspire people or motivate them to explore their creativity brought to the forefront. The “29 Ways To Stay Creative” infographic illustrates the creative process and methods to keep a person moving forward and motivated to keep doing more. *(Picture: Islam Abudaoud).Read More 29 Ways to Stay Creative.
Glitch art takes temporary pixelations, interruptions, bugs and errors in multimedia files and turns them into visually arresting pieces, questioning the forms and traditions of art using digital techniques. Wikipedia says that what is called “glitch art” typically is made by either “capturing” an image of a glitch as it randomly happens, or more often […]Read More Glitch Art: Digital Teratologies & Computational Aestethics.