1. Screen from a work-in-progress video explaining the practice of Remixing Statements for knowledge production.
Simply put: you have an intent (something you want to discover or create), a source text that you sample language from, and statements that you generate by remixing the text.
IntentTextStatements_20110825 on Flickr.

    Screen from a work-in-progress video explaining the practice of Remixing Statements for knowledge production.

    Simply put: you have an intent (something you want to discover or create), a source text that you sample language from, and statements that you generate by remixing the text.

    IntentTextStatements_20110825 on Flickr.

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  2. Statements are states of meaning that have been crystallized into tangible objects for use.
See also, Statements 008, 012, and 013.
Or, view all Statement Note Grids
Statements are States of Meaning, Channeled into Objects on Flickr.

    Statements are states of meaning that have been crystallized into tangible objects for use.

    See also, Statements 008, 012, and 013.

    Or, view all Statement Note Grids

    Statements are States of Meaning, Channeled into Objects on Flickr.

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  3. An approximation of the space-time-meaning continuum.
The Space-Time-Meaning Continuum: An Approximation on Flickr.

    An approximation of the space-time-meaning continuum.

    The Space-Time-Meaning Continuum: An Approximation on Flickr.

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  4. We can improvise knowledge by following the practice of “YES AND”.
That is, say “yes” to any idea, and then extend it.
The Improvisational Approach to Knowledge Production on Flickr.

    We can improvise knowledge by following the practice of “YES AND”.

    That is, say “yes” to any idea, and then extend it.

    The Improvisational Approach to Knowledge Production on Flickr.

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  5. via betonbabe:

STAN ALLEN
DIAGRAMS OF FIELD CONDITIONS, 1996
“All grids are fields, but not all fields are grids. One of the potentials of the field is to redefine the relation between figure and ground. If we think of the figure not as a demarcated object read against a stable field, but as an effect emerging from the field itself - as moments of intensity, as peaks or valley within a continuous field - than it might be possible to imagine figure and field as more closely allied. (…)”

    via betonbabe:

    STAN ALLEN

    DIAGRAMS OF FIELD CONDITIONS, 1996

    “All grids are fields, but not all fields are grids. One of the potentials of the field is to redefine the relation between figure and ground. If we think of the figure not as a demarcated object read against a stable field, but as an effect emerging from the field itself - as moments of intensity, as peaks or valley within a continuous field - than it might be possible to imagine figure and field as more closely allied. (…)”

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  6. knowledge is a tangible object that can be manipulated by the hand
the hands can channel semantic energies to create new knowledge-objects in the space-time-meaning continuum.
via olio-ataxia:

 
Particularitez des mains racoucies, auecleurs propotions & mefures
Livre de pourtraiture 

    knowledge is a tangible object that can be manipulated by the hand

    the hands can channel semantic energies to create new knowledge-objects in the space-time-meaning continuum.

    via olio-ataxia:

    Particularitez des mains racoucies, auecleurs propotions & mefures

    Livre de pourtraiture 

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  7. via paulantonycarr

    via paulantonycarr

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  8. we see reality through a collection of lenses, of prisms that organize, refract and reflect different aspects of existence.

via deliriumtestii:

Kaleidoscope Cylinder, 
James Bills
2008

    we see reality through a collection of lenses, of prisms that organize, refract and reflect different aspects of existence.

    via deliriumtestii:

    Kaleidoscope Cylinder,

    James Bills

    2008

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  9. scienceisbeauty:

A science ontology scheme.
Credits: Tom Scott
Source: A science ontology version 2, derivadow.com

    scienceisbeauty:

    A science ontology scheme.

    Credits: Tom Scott

    Source: A science ontology version 2derivadow.com

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  10. Language here must be thought of as a means of describing a proposition diagrammatically – as a site where ‘objects’ can be constituted (by description) and consequently transform (through discourse).
    http://www.thisistomorrow.info/viewArticle.aspx?artId=882&Title=Artist+Profile%3A+Falke+Pisano

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  11. Sketch of Dynamic Predictive Feedback Loops on Flickr.Adam and Jamie discussing how the mind works and how analyzing the “misreading” of environments can lead back inherent cognitive variables, thus leading to better ways to tune those variables.

    Sketch of Dynamic Predictive Feedback Loops on Flickr.

    Adam and Jamie discussing how the mind works and how analyzing the “misreading” of environments can lead back inherent cognitive variables, thus leading to better ways to tune those variables.

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