Craftsmanship in web & UX design…

Inspired by the work of sociologist Richard Sennet, I’ll try to explain my approach to craftsmanship in contemporary use of digital tools, organizing work cyberspace, and thinking about inmaterial relationships with computer networks… In 1986 for my 10th birthday my parents gave me a Spectrum 48k computer and I spent hours and hours in my bedroom […]

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Artistic research is embodied knowledge.

“The kind  of  reflection  that  artistic  research is,  the  contingent  perspectives  it  delivers,  its  performative  power,  and  the  realism  it  brings  to  bear–  all  these  make  artistic  research  into  a  distinctive instrument  that  will  not  readily  conform  to  the established  mores  and  conventions  in  the  more  traditional  academic world.  This  is  the  fundamental  uneasiness  and  […]

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Hohkep: running and training in nature.

In 2015 researchers in Stanford University showed that Trail Running can literally change your brain for good. The study found that participants who exercised in nature not only reported a decrease in rumination (that relentless cycle of negative thoughts and anxiousness that increases the risk of depression), but fMRI scans also indicated a decrease in neural […]

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An antidisciplinary approach to AI art.

According to architect Neri Oxman the antidisciplinary hypothesis states that knowledge can no longer be produced within disciplinary boundaries, but is entirely entangled. According to Joichi Ito, director of MIT Media Lab, by picking up where cybernetics left off and by redirecting the development of modern design and science to an antidisciplinary approach a new kind […]

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Flowing to a post-capitalist world…

According to british writer Paul Mason over the past two centuries capitalism has undergone continual changes but now thanks to information technology it has reached its limits and is changing into something wholly new. Already in 1993, Peter Drucker outlined a similar evolution in his book “Post-Capitalist Society”. In this new world, which would be […]

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Creative destruction for all!

In the 1940s the austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter presented the concept  of “Creative Destruction”, a way to explain the emergence of innovation through entrepreneurship. According to Schumpeter the hidden forces in the marketplace through the creativity of the entrepreneurs develop new consumers, products, and production methods which finally favor economic growth. Some years later in 1962 Everett […]

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