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Aesthetics / Art / Creativity / Philosophy

Traces

Living leaves traces. These traces retain some information about what happened, but this record is always incomplete. As historians or biographers of our own lives and the lives of the others, we are left with fragments and fading images of previous life. Creativity and history belong together. Creativity generates new information and novel things. These new … Continue reading

Aesthetics / Art / Cognitive Science / Creativity / Philosophy / Quality / Thoughts

The Creative Process of the Artist

Originally posted on The Kellerdoscope:
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Z2JmAcP-ew&w=640&h=390%5D In this article, I want to start an investigation about the creative processes of artists and the knowledge used in creating art. Let me start by introducing the concept of analytical spaces. In a previous article I have described the concept of analytical spaces, developed by my friend…

History / Music / Sounds

Haru no Umi

Haru no Umi (The Sea in Spring), composed by Michio Miyagi in 1929, is Miaygi’s most famous piece. It can here be heard performed by Miyagi himself, playing koto, and Reifu Hirokadu, playing shakuhachi. The Koto is a kind of zither belonging to a family of similar instruments found in China and throughout East and South … Continue reading