Exploring Social Innovation in Norway: A Workshop on Mapping Innovation Ecosystems

[Reposted from BKC Medium Chanel] Innovation is at the core of social, cultural, economic, and technological change. At the most fundamental level, innovation can be understood as a process that involves the generation of new ideas, products, and services, and their adoption, implementation, and diffusion. Nearly all individuals — regardless of race, gender, age, and social class — have […]

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RHINOCERVS IMPETVM: an installation at BKC mini-gallery

Walking and drawing. Strolling and tracing. Exploring cities and mapping them.  GPS systems and human/animal movement opens multiple paths of creative expression. Detours, derives, critiques, journeys, adventures, expeditions, logs. For several years I have been performing walks + GPS drawing in the cities where I live and visit, recording movements in hybrid space, speculating with […]

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rhinoceroses

colossal fantastic beasts wandering prehistoric times ancient times modern times internet times from the gateway of the day crossing human global imagination from Roman amphitheaters from kings palaces to natural histories to walled cities surviving circuses and zoos sleeping in wunderkammers as figurines reproduced massively by the printing press travelled the transnational postal system bulky, […]

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