Bursting the bubble

Dec 8, 04:13 PM // // Filed under:

For those of us in academia, there is a certain ‘bubble’ which we live in and which I will soon be bursting out of (a scary thought, to say the least). Part of our bliss is job security but the other part is our single-track minds which we’ve devoted to areas of study or research– unless we are directly impacted or affected by something, we have very little time to devote to the topic.

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Out of found imagery . . .

Dec 4, 03:03 PM // // Filed under:

. . . emerges pattern. Using a cardboard square as my starting point, I quickly created three photocopies and used those as the modular pieces (or starting points) for three more complex patterns. Once these patterns were created, I continued working with the concept of refinement over time (as is a quality of emergence) as well as degradation over time (as with photocopies) and tried to enhance that through my over-printing techniques.

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Pattern seeking

Dec 4, 02:28 PM // // Filed under:

Three tile designs emerging from photographs (of emergence)

As I looked over the photographs I had taken of everyday emergence, I identified the modular unit of repetition within a few and started to create pattern units from these.

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Thanksgiving

Nov 23, 09:52 PM // Comment [3] // Filed under:

Thanksgiving :: travel :: family :: food >> emergence?

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some advice.

Nov 20, 01:14 PM // Comment [1] // Filed under:

I need to put my money where my mouth is and ‘embrace the process’ (like I’m so prone to say) as well as put faith in the process.

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Kinetic identity

Nov 20, 01:03 PM // Comment [4] // Filed under:
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So emergence walks into a bar…

Nov 18, 10:28 AM // // Filed under:

Last night as I was trying to fall asleep (what a joke these days), I thought about something Jasper said (also probably a joke): “Can you observe emergence in a bar?” Truth is you can– in fact, it’s quite easy.

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