SMITH: Your work has a deep sense of privacy to it. But yet you’ve often collaborated with others and you have assistants. There is a comfort in having people to work with. And now you’re even using other people’s language in your works. HOLZER: It can be kind of gruesome at times, making things alone. [laughs] I don’t want to be too dramatic, but it’s hard. It’s necessary to start most work alone. But I’m tickled to death when I can pull somebody in or join someone, whether it’s borrowing poetry or traveling with an associate. Company makes my day. … Continue reading The Future is Stupid #rhizo14
We were excited to be part of this project, meeting with a focus group of self advocates to look at some complicated ideas and create something together that would be useful for their peers. In the latest Community Living B.C. email news, Interim CEO Doug Woolard says: CLBC offices across the province have received copies of a new plain language guide for self advocates called “Understanding Vulnerability”. This booklet is a unique tool to help build awareness among self advocates, their family members, CLBC staff, service providers and others about the importance of being aware of vulnerabilities so intentional … Continue reading C.L.B.C. Safeguards – “Understanding Vulnerability” booklet for self advocates
So the Vancouver local gathering of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners got together for our first peer learning group, led by Yolanda Liman and concerned with working live on the Ipad at events. Yolanda is a master (mistress?) of this and she taught us an amazing amount in just a couple of hours, and I’ve been experimenting. One of the graphics that I’ve always loved is Christina Merkley’s “Visual Bio” and a couple of other people have done similar things I admire. So I’ve been wanting to play with something like this, and have been experimenting – … Continue reading Blueprint CV experiment 🙂
“What is that you express in your eyes? It seems to me more than all the print I have read in my life.” Walt Whitman Dave Cormier, this week in part 4 of Rhizomatic Learning – The community is the curriculum, asks this question: Our connective technologies are, as many have said, a return to orality. It gives us the opportunity to connect our thoughts with others without them being finished, stale and objective. The medium of print, while practically useful for many reasons (particularly historically) encourages the opposite. Is books making us stupid? This took me by surprise and … Continue reading orality, drawing and literacy #rhizo14
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check out this great initiative using some superb art by the talented Susy Baranszky-Job to “pay it forward” Susy Baranszky-Job View original post Continue reading “Shiny Gold Pebbles” has been claimed-details to come about the Charity….