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What Happens to Creativity in a Connected World?


As part of SF Design Week this year, Design Partners San Francisco held a discussion with a group of designers, trend specialists and technologists from the Bay Area that explored what creativity means in an ever more connected world. Check out the video below to see if a constant flow of information enriches our creative output and what no more boredom means for our creative process.

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  • Matthew Jenkins

    It's interested that these creatives find "curation" a dirty word. Unless it's done by a machine (in which case it cannot rightfully be called 'curation;' it's aggregation.) Human curation is the most basic essence of the creative impulse.

    • Tom Maybrier

      Yeah, that's just silly. Art and craft forms/techniques that directly utilize curation off the top of my head: assemblage, collage, conceptual, installation, mosaic, mixed media, quilting...