Networks & The Creative Process. Session Seven: February 25, 2010 The System as Network. Creativity Viewed Systemically. Creativity is a Complex System, embedded in a complex system of systems . ( Courtesy of KevinDooley ). Fractals?. Photojamming on fractals from kevindooley.
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Networks & The Creative Process
Session Seven: February 25, 2010
The System as Network
(Courtesy of KevinDooley)
Photojamming on fractals fromkevindooley
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Given what you see going on in the world of creativity today, would you say that we are undergoing a phase transition? How so? If so, what forces would are driving it, and to what kind of a reorganization of the creative landscape might it lead? How might fitness levels and the fitness landscape be altered?