Monthly Archives: June 2012

About “closure”

“Closure” is a cognitive prerequisite for reading comics, as explained by Scott McCloud – but this holds also true for all media and the cultural medium. It may be also valuable for your project approaches, for the ‘space of (re)action’ … Continue reading

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Some notes on the chat session from Jun 11th 2012

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Gregory Bateson: learning, teaching, intervening

Two monks were watching a flag flapping in the wind. One said to the other, “The flag is moving.” The other replied, “The wind is moving.” Huineng overheard this. He said, “Not the flag, not the wind; mind is moving.” … Continue reading

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Some notes to Kaie’s notes…

Getting amazed and seeking amazement “…teenagers (or adults too) (…) it takes more effort to keep up the curiosity lets say in Arts, because there are so many other things in life for them – friends, relationships, movies and so … Continue reading

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Kaie´s thoughts about comments and communication

Some thoughts that came to my mind, when reading Wey´s posts and Bateson´s text about learning as the changing of choice(s) one is able to make. From “reply to Jenny”, Wey wrote: “One other problem is a more pedagogical one: … Continue reading

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