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What caught my attention during weeks 34 and 35 of 2020.

Self-knowledge

“As long as the mind is moving, it is unable to accurately reflect the various aspects of the external world, just as a warped mirror cannot reflect objects

This is what caught my attention on week 32 of 2020.

Learning & DJing

“Online learning should be fast, fun, crazy, unplanned, and inspirational. It should be provided by people who are more like DJs than television producers. It should

On My Bookshelf

I am a word person and books lover.

Fiction. Non-fiction. Visual books. Business books. French ones. International ones. Bring them on!

Here is below why I am reading and will read over this Summer and beyond.

Reading

What caught my attention on week 18 of 2020.

Learning now and in the long now is about widening interests, swimming in seas of signals, discovering mindsets – emerging in solo and networks.

Collaboration x Cooperation

“Had fun speaking at

The Workshop

In this 20-hour workshop, divided into two days and four half-days, my Cube School fellows and moi were invited to reflect on the notion of identity. We designed unique forms to portray ourselves, by exploring different graphic tools …

 The artist working on pieces for her upcoming exhibition. Photo: Quinn Miller-Bedell

Source: “The artist working on pieces for her upcoming exhibition. Photo: Quinn Miller-Bedell” – My Modern Met “New Hyperrealistic Pastel Drawings by Zaria Forman Capture the Spirit of Antarctica”.

On Earth & Climate Change

Do you know Zara Forman

“An exhibition is an argument, but conveyed differently, through objects and with much less text. It’s a very different endeavor, and very useful.” — Kristel Smentek, MIT Associate Professor

An exhibition is an interactive experience to cultivate my curiosity through …

rotana ty curation sensemaking knowledge management arts

Photo courtesy of Bernado Ricci Armani

In March 2013, I visited the exhibition ‘Soleil Froid [Cold Sun]’ at the Palais of Tokyo in Paris. The photo above makes me think of our pattern recognition and sensemaking abilities and practices.…