start at end, and then go to the beginning…
This post is final part of a series of ten essays on the essence of work. For an introduction and overview of previous posts, check here.
I am listening to “Utopia Triumphans – The Great Polyphony of the Renaissance” by Paul Van Nevel’s Huelgas Ensemble.
I am in my post-natal depression after having delivered Innotribe Sibos a couple of weeks ago in Singapore. Architecting an event like this is indeed like giving birth to a new baby. Or/and painting.
Jeff Koons – Easyfun Ethereal series – Guggenheim Bilbao
It was always my ambition to create awareness about what is cooking at the edges of our industry’s ecosystem.
At the edges, but not beyond.
In my earlier, more anarchistic period, it was more about provocation, and I got judged on the externalities of my work. And as I matured, I got – without really planning for this, it just…
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