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  1. 1. “The Enlarging gaze. Of a child” The significance & potential of the tiny, minor, seemingly insignificant. Miniatures as portal as way of making vision bigger wider in scope. Seeing the significant in the small  
  2. 2. “ ‘=imagination = information {michael kauffman}
  3. 3. Nothing that is worth knowing can be taught {Oscar Wilde}
  4. 4. w o rk for love/ Ann ual Ra ce 7 TELLING TALES
  5. 5.         Story Telling Is alive. This is the most important thing of all things, A story can always break into pieces while it sits inside a book on a shelf; and, decades after we have read it even twenty times, it can open us up, by cut or caress, to a new truth.” {Andre Dubus}
  6. 6. Pain  U&A  Nigeria_Feb  2014  
  7. 7. Looking for deeper layers of reality One day it will have to be officially admitted that what we have christened reality is an even greater illusion than the world of dreams.” {Salvador Dali}ı
  8. 8. “Beyond the age of information is the age of choices.” {designer charles eames in 1971}
  9. 9. “Stories are the way we live. They are what our friends tell us, in their pain and joy, their passion and rage, their yearning and their cry against injustice.” {Andre Dubas}
  10. 10.         Story Telling Is alive. This is the most important thing of all things, A story can always break into pieces while it sits inside a book on a shelf; and, decades after we have read it even twenty times, it can open us up, by cut or caress, to a new truth.” {Andre Dubus}
  11. 11. Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in. ‘{Isaac Asimov}
  12. 12. We occupy different worlds and behave differently with different people, in different moments, at different times and different that world -
  13. 13. “It is the absence of facts that frightens people: the gap you open, into which they pour their fears, fantasies, desires.” ― Hilary Mantel ‘Wolf Hall’
  14. 14. “Books permit us to voyage through time, to tap the wisdom of our ancestors. The library connects us with the insight and knowledge, painfully extracted from Nature, of the greatest minds that ever were, with the best teachers, drawn from the entire planet and from all our history, to instruct us without tiring, and to inspire us to make our own contribution to the collective knowledge of the human species. I think the health of our civilization, the depth of our awareness about the underpinnings of our culture and our concern for the future can all be tested by how well we support our libraries.”ı Carl Sagen ‘Cosmos’ı
  15. 15. Any fool can know. The point is to understand.” Einstein
  16. 16. The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” Socrates
  17. 17. “The time will come when diligent research over long periods will bring to light things which now lie hidden. A single lifetime, even though entirely devoted to the sky, would not be enough for the investigation of so vast a subject... And so this knowledge will be unfolded only through long successive ages. There will come a time when our descendants will be amazed that we did not know things that are so plain to them... Many discoveries are reserved for ages still to come, when memory of us will have been effaced.”ı Seneca  
  18. 18. sto rie s  
  19. 19. emancipated from the order of time and space
  20. 20.         Real Life {not abstraction}
  21. 21. “black & white Flat Static Odorless- Far removed from any reality that they knew” {Anthropologist edmund carpenter 1950s}
  22. 22. …”at the desk a writer must try to be free of prejudice, meanness of spirit, pettiness, and hatred; strive to be a better human being than the writer normally is, and to do this through concentration on a single word, and then another, and another. This is splendid work, as worthy and demanding as any, and the will and resilience to do it are good for the writer’s soul. If the work is not published, or is published for little money and less public attention, it remains a spiritual, mental, and physical achievement; and if, in public it is the widow’s mite, it is also, like the widow, more blessed.
  23. 23.         Story Telling Is alive. This is the most important thing of all things, A story can always break into pieces while it sits inside a book on a shelf; and, decades after we have read it even twenty times, it can open us up, by cut or caress, to a new truth.” {Andre Dubus}
  24. 24. “Stories are the way we live. They are what our friends tell us, in their pain and joy, their passion and rage, their yearning and their cry against injustice.” {Andre Dubas}
  25. 25. “I regret nothing. There have been things I missed, but I ask no questions, because I have loved it, such as it has been, even the moments of emptiness, even the unanswered-and that I loved it, that is the unanswered in my life.” {Ayn Rand}
  26. 26.         “The drawings come across as fragments that are suggestive of a world beyond, a world that does not have to be explicitly recorded and is in fact all the more “complete” because it cannot be completed” ı {Michel Taussig on Field Sketches}ı
  27. 27. Florilegium Preserving that intangible Immediate Flows of Connection across Disciplines   In 1970, French molecular biologist noted similarity in properties of ideas & organisms- how they breed & how they spread I “Ideas have retained some of the properties of organisms. Like them, they tend to perpetuate their structure and to breed; they too can fuse, recombine, segregate their content.” ~ Jacques
  28. 28. Connecting Dots Across Disciplines= thinking up New Combinations & Cross-Pollination of Ideas “in order for us to truly create and contribute to the world, we have to be able to connect countless dots, to cross-pollinate ideas from a wealth of disciplines, to combine and recombine these pieces and build new castles.” {maria popova}
  29. 29. What is now proved Was once Only imagined. {William Blake}

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