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Creativity is a complex phenomenon, not easily measured or observed with traditional scientific instruments. However, if we replace sensors with humans, we might manifest new perspectives on creative ...

Creativity is a complex phenomenon, not easily measured or observed with traditional scientific instruments. However, if we replace sensors with humans, we might manifest new perspectives on creative processes. Developing on arguments he introduced in his PhD thesis about children and exaptive technologies, Jean-Baptiste Labrune explore the implications of reflexive Creativity Research Tools (CRT) for the description and analysis of creativity in art and science research labs.

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    • Exploring Creativity with a Reflexive Lens Jb Labrune - MIT Media Lab - 11172008 1
    • Creativity Divergent, Different New, Meaningful, Convergent, Appropriate 2
    • Paul Cox @ Pompidou 3
    • Paul Cox @ Pompidou 4
    • Paul Cox @ Pompidou 5
    • (( Lego vs Linka )) 6
    • 7
    • Creative Epistemology Labrune’s Phd, INRIA, CNRS 2007 Peer-to-peer Data Collection Identify Point of Interest Co-exploration Tangicam, 2005 Sketchcam, 2006 Videocube, 2004 8
    • Peer-to-peer Data Collection Tangicam: Tangible Camera 9
    • Capturing Point-of-Interest Sketchcam 10
    • Co-Exploration Tools Metalogue Exaptation Intersubjective, Joint Attention 11
    • Exploring Creativity Manifesting a complex phenomenon Promote human metalogue Morphogenesis Celebrate subjectivity Identify Exaptations Schizogenesis Reflect on Adaptations Semiogenesis 12
    • Agenda A. What is an Appropriate Scientific Framework to study Creativity ? B. Subjective Expressions C. Exaptation D. Creativity Research Tools 13
    • A ( What Appropriate Scientific Framework to study Creativity ? 14
    • Quantitative Qualitative Complexity Philosophy Metaphysics 15
    • A. Scientific Framework ? ( Quantitative 16
    • Descartes | Rationalism 17
    • Descartes | Metrics 18
    • Descartes | Anatomy of a Rainbow, 1637 19
    • Flammarion Woodcut 20
    • Young Albert Marie Curie + Henri Poincare 21
    • A. Scientific Framework ? ( Qualitative 22
    • Margaret Mead | Samoa 23
    • Piaget & Inhelder D.W. Winicott 24
    • A. Scientific Framework ? ( Complexity 25
    • Bateson at Naropa, 1975 26
    • Always, the process of representation will filter it out so that the mental world is only maps of maps, ad infinitum. Gregory Bateson 27
    • Subjective Intersubjective Dialogue Metalogue Gregory Bateson 28
    • A. Scientific Framework ? ( Philosophy 29
    • Husserl talking to Heidegger 30
    • A. Scientific Framework ? ( Metaphysics 31
    • The Face of the Other 32
    • Emmanuel Levinas 33
    • Objective Subjective Intersubjective Metasubjective 34
    • B ( Subjective Expressions 35
    • B. Subjective Expressions ( Preliterate Scripts Invented Doodles Illegible Cave Paintings Primal Children’s Drawing 36
    • Tetsuro Matsuzawa Steven R. Kutcher Child Chimp Insects 37
    • B. Subjective Expressions ( Asemic Codexae Voynich Manuscript Aldaraia Codex Seraphinianus Codex Mendoza Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius 38
    • Voynich Manuscript 39
    • Voynich Manuscript 40
    • Codex Seraphinianus 41
    • Codex Seraphinianus 42
    • Henri Michaux 43
    • Marcel Duchamp 44
    • B. Subjective Expressions ( Invention vs ) Discovery 45
    • Osho 46
    • C ( Exaptation 47
    • M.C. Escher 48
    • Marcel Duchamp 49
    • Marcel Duchamp 50
    • C.H. Waddington 51
    • C.H. Waddington 52
    • C. Exaptation ( Adaptation vs Exaptation 53
    • C. Exaptation ( Co-opted Adaptations http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc822/ 54
    • C. Exaptation ( Spandrels 55
    • C. Exaptation ( Engineers vs Gardeners 56
    • D ( Creativity Research Tools (CRT) 57
    • D. Creativity Research Tools ( Dimensions Peer-to-peer Data Collection Identify Point of Interest Co-exploration Goal: Manifesting Exaptations 58
    • CRT & the Media Lab Brainstorming 59
    • CRT & the Media Lab Hiroshi Ishii at MIT WindTunnel 60
    • CRT & the Media Lab 61
    • Thank You! labrune@media.mit.edu http://web.media.mit.edu/~labrune/ http://www.media.mit.edu/events/eventpage.php?event=talk-639 62