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ORIGINALS | Take 2 by William Johnston

ORIGINALS | Take 2 by William Johnston

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March 19, 2013 · 12:43 pm

ORIGINALS | Take 1 by William Johnston

ORIGINALS | Take 1 by William Johnston

 

‘Take 1’ is a piece of work I did this morning after watching a documentary called ‘Horizon – The Creative Brain: How Insight Works’ which looks at how ideas, inspiration and creativity are formed. Areas of the documentary that interested me the most were the scientists looking at science psychology in Jazz and the breaking of cognitive behavioural habits as a way to boost creativity.

So when this mornings  Junk Mail fell through my door, instead of disposing of it I cut it up and threw it on the scanner and made copies of the various random arrangements. The idea of probability and the eventual infinite outcomes within art is something I’m very interested in and have looked into with my AKA series.

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