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Why are you an Artist?
              In 140 characters, email your response to
                       sotart123@yahoo.com
...
performance       collective intelligence
  multitasking   appropriation networking
play      transmedia navigation     ne...
collective intelligence


play

       visualization



          projectNML
          connectcommunicatecreatecollaborate
Experiment, Tinker, Fail
www.wefeelfine.org
Play
   -- the capacity to experiment with one’s
   surroundings as a form of problem-solving
www.chrisjordan.com
Visualization
   -- the ability to interpret and create data
   representations for the purposes of
   expressing ideas, fi...
Collective
Intelligence
    -- the ability to pool knowledge and
    compare notes with others toward a
    common goal
collective intelligence


play

       visualization



          projectNML
          connectcommunicatecreatecollaborate
www.worldwithoutoil.org
Tag your World
Why are you an Artist?
              In 140 characters, email your response to
                       sotart123@yahoo.com
...
Why are you an artist?
Why are you an artist?
Why are you an artist?
Why are you an artist?
Why are you an artist?
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Why are you an artist?

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These visuals were used to support / start the conversation with SOTA's high school students in Singapore. The focus was to look at various forms of art that encompassed the NML skills, collective intelligence, visualization and play.

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Why are you an artist?

  1. 1. Why are you an Artist? In 140 characters, email your response to sotart123@yahoo.com Erin Reilly Research Director Project New Media Literacies USC Annenberg School for Communication
  2. 2. performance collective intelligence multitasking appropriation networking play transmedia navigation negotiation simulation judgment distributed cognition visualization projectNML connectcommunicatecreatecollaborate
  3. 3. collective intelligence play visualization projectNML connectcommunicatecreatecollaborate
  4. 4. Experiment, Tinker, Fail
  5. 5. www.wefeelfine.org
  6. 6. Play -- the capacity to experiment with one’s surroundings as a form of problem-solving
  7. 7. www.chrisjordan.com
  8. 8. Visualization -- the ability to interpret and create data representations for the purposes of expressing ideas, finding patterns, and identifying trends
  9. 9. Collective Intelligence -- the ability to pool knowledge and compare notes with others toward a common goal
  10. 10. collective intelligence play visualization projectNML connectcommunicatecreatecollaborate
  11. 11. www.worldwithoutoil.org
  12. 12. Tag your World
  13. 13. Why are you an Artist? In 140 characters, email your response to sotart123@yahoo.com Erin Reilly Research Director Project New Media Literacies USC Annenberg School for Communication

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