We shook the pointS of view of the people who gave us everything

…. why was that so bad; it’s very good really, and this is really exciting. You know, you are having so much fun just living to do things the way you like to do them. You can add really anything in the world and it will get used in a way that is really amazing.

I was just … [curling wisps of smoke]

I’m trying to make it all really fun and I really like that what was fun about it is that, like…

I think there’s something special about the word “fun”; you know, so, like, childish …but also fully speaks to you every single day, every day, it’s really fun every single day, so don’t have people out there make you feel like you should be the perfect beauty of understanding how to master your fun – it’s just like your health or anything else – it is about getting up in the morning and just, like, really having fun with everything in the world and don’t let a-ny-bo-dy [rolls neck] tell you when you can’t have really good fun because they are just really having fun too, just like you!

Like, like, like, it’s like get started with feeling the thing, the thing that’s really fun, and this is really about that, about how we say “now we actually can just keep on going towards feeling the thing”, so totally get into the mindset of the thing.

I get the gist, really. Gyeah, well, it’s like, if I’m imagining the colour red, I see it in your mind as if you’re looking at it with your eyes. But if I have trouble in managing the colour red, I just imagine an object that I know is red, like a red, like, a red thing, then, well, then I become very good at it. Only works with red though.

[Laughs] It’s like when I took a red taster course, and it made me really really angry and aggressive for reasons I couldn’t understand. But, one $28/month membership later, and red is one of my core emotions. Even a simple task such as clenching can be red now.

Like, like, like, it’s like… you get started with pouring yourself into thing, the thing that’s really fun, and this is really about that, about how we say “now we actually keep on going to a feeling”, and so now we need to get into the mindset of the thing. It’s like, “can we now have the Giant’s shoulder”, as they would say. It’s way too long, but that’s playing. It was just supposed to be one perspective at that time I guess, but it became a process*.

So, I did not like it for a long time because I did not understand, I did not understand mindset. I will say that I probably should have told you back then about what I didn’t know about mindset. [looks up to heavens] I though I knew mindset before I had a chance to dismissively appreciate it, and either it gave me this feeling, or it made me realise that something has to come first. That is the difficulty of being in this situation.

Do you think it’s impacted upon my pleasure? Because of what I was feeling about myself it could have impacted upon my pleasure. Or is it just one of those situations that take care of themselves in terms of craziness outside?

The cray cray can be inside, also outside. [squats up sharply] So now we need to pay homage to mindset of the thing, marvel the power it has to just drop in on the inside, right where all the pleasure lies. It absorbs pleasure so it can transform back into the banal. That power is what made it for me; it went from “now we actually keep on going to be feeling the thing”, to “now we actually going to be keeping on feeling something”.

That really made it for me. [squints] It was made for me, making a lota percentage of people gentle with how they tell me what I feel like, when I’m way too busy looking for feelings. Of course, I can’t feel myself all the time so that’s…. but by now we are actually able to keep on feeling the thing, and I know that’s why I think that’s what makes it so beautiful.

Every single day, if you want to… you know, you have to be around yourself all the time and read your internal cues that you need yourself, and you have to be all your own everything because no one’s gonna even.. [exhales] even if they say, even if they still would, because of the convenience of life, it’s very hard for someone to really say, or to hear somebody else say, that you’re who you… because nobody will say that. You don’t get more credit where no more credit is due. That’s what I learned from the experts.

*a manner of proceeding or happening

Consider Frustration as a Friend

CHARACTER #1: The Host
CHARACTER #2: PLN (Personal Learning Network)
CHARACTER #3: LMS (Learning Management System)
CHARACTER #4: Workerist
CHARACTER #5: Frustration
CHARACTER #6: Lurker
CHARACTER #7: Commitment-phobe


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References 🔗


Scene Action: A LMS is centre stage. The LMS is illuminated from above, by six 5,000W halogen spots costing around CAD$1,999 a year to run, so that it is the only visible actant.


LMS:

10 PRINT ‘DOLLOR DOLLoRDOLLAR DOLLOR DOLLOR = $CAD$’

20 GOTO 10

LMS is interrupted before it can RUN… Remotely, THE HOST has pressed esc and is booting up LMS’ chat-room…

THE HOST: Wanna help the other feller? Do what I do, not what I tell ya. Let’s check in.

LMS: $%£

PLN: (Note to self) Oh, no non no, I don’t believe it! That last group? A network! A network of opportunities. A network! A network of innovation. A network! Let us network yer vital needs. We can network together (USING ONLY HAND TOOLS). A network! We wants to network, to motivate just about ever brother ‘n’ sister to give our network thar support…

THE HOST: Let’s check in. How all are we now? How are we feeling, all, today?

While the group busily check-in with each other, LMS quickly assigns group grades with no attempt to distinguish between individual members of the group.

FRUSTRATION: It is just so unfair, we were all given the same grade. We didn’t all do the same amount of work.

WORKERIST: Yeah, I agree! I did 92% of the harvesting; the others did 12-34% at most. Don’t see me complaining tho!

LURKER: […]

Lurker appears to be writing something in the chat box. Chat idles for 79 seconds, then goes blank.

COMMITMENT-PHOBE: I just didn’t have enough time. I’m too busy and everything seems to be happening ALL the time. We never meet face to face, it’s always out of sync. I can’t keep up.

FRUSTRATION: It’s just so unfair, we weren’t given enough time. It takes ages to do the work when you don’t do it on your own ‘cause you have to meet ALL the time to get any sort of agreement on what you’re going to do, then you have to do tons of work all on your own all the while thinking that your peers aren’t bothering…

WORKERIST: Oh yea, yea, I did 87% of the work in my spare time, getting up at 02:15hrs to work on it before my morning 10K run. I can meet anytime…

LURKER appears to be writing something in the chat.

LURKER: […]

Chat idles again, then goes blank. Again.

WORKERIST: …so long as the meetings aren’t all on the same VoIP. I’ve created a number of avatars that can fill in for me when I’m busy (which is all of the time.) Ummm… Personally speaking, I have a very immediate social presence and a great sense of community.

FRUSTRATION: …it’s just so unfair, we can’t all have a very immediate social presence and a great sense of community can we? It’s really hard to be immediate when we are so mediated.

COMMITMENT-PHOBE: We don’t know how to communicate. It’s schizophrenic. We are on 17 different platforms and working in 28 different time zones. None of us have a shared mother tongue. I can’t type very quickly with one just one finger…

LURKER: […] 🏈 […]

LURKER accidentally shares URL of a meme it is watching on YouTube…

THE HOST: Okay, okay. Okay. K. Let’s check in. Stories are powerful. What are your stories, your goals? What are you trying to achieve?

WORKERIST: Something BIG! …I want to make a major contribution as a global citizen; so the project has to be something BIG. Something bigger than all of us, that moves our own thinking forward…

FRUSTRATION: It’s just so unfair, we seem to chew on more than we bite. It’s too BIG, I can’t keep ontop of it. Some of us (not me) have far too many advanced degrees. It’s the world and its aunt. I can’t fulfil all of my obligations. I shrug and pretend stoicism.

COMMITMENT-PHOBE: I’m gonna react very differently to FRUSTRATION here to introduce some variety into this peer group. I don’t wanna go roaring off for immediate revenge. (Spoiler: I do this later in this play, in response to a different FRUSTRATION, and my over-reaction gets me killed!) I like the general idea, I really really do, but I’m not sure if it’s for me. I can’t see how it will benefit me in the long run … TBH it’s not really my thing – I’m behind it, 100%, but not really sure I can invest in it, yeah? I don’t know…?

FRUSTRATION: It’s just so unfair, there’s lots of resistance to sharing. AlottA pride in what we ‘own’. I seek revenge on whatever is frustrating me (right now: sharing).

THE HOST: ‘kay, okayeee. Let’s check IN and share. You know, these things are very… part of life. The most exciting learner journeys all feature fights and payback schemes, Gyeah? Almost everyone or the other is a form of injustice…

COMMITMENT-PHOBE: Yup, but you should be able to adjudicate. You don’t. It’s schizophrenic.

PLN: (Note to self) Oh, no non no, I don’t believe it! This group? We must be a storm of hospitality; setting our stall as an example to our hosts, and, in so doing, declaim alike Our Right and Desire to impose Her Convictions and earn the eternal gratitude not just of our anxious Mother, but of Her whole family. IT IS JUST LIKE THE GRINDING OF THE CORN. I, for one, have been avidly preparing to conduct the most pleasant exchanges… But I shall not chatter unnecessarily or frivolously with our guests. I shall not speak unless spoken…

THE HOST: ‘kay, okay. let’s check in. You know, right? We are all really very great at showing no self-control whatsoever, at throwing things and screaming. Consider frustration a friend? (I hope that this has a soothing effect on you.) But how, but how? Adjudicate? But how?

FRUSTRATION: It’s just so unfair WE SHOULD HAVE TO…., it’s really just a matter of timing of…

THE HOST: OK, ‘kay. let’s check in. Let’s feel how we are feeling. So, it’s really just a matter of timing of.. TIMING of what?

FRUSTRATION: … of knowing exactly when to intervene AND when to leave the group to it. I blame the closest person (LURKER)…

LURKER: […] Y ….. […] […]👍🏼…

WORKERIST: Gyeah! Solid. No big whoop LURKY. We got this, we have full control over the quality of the project. Just you do it when you need to do it and don’t do it when you don’t need to do it…That is what moves our thinking forward…

THE HOST and LURKER chat in a DM with no anticipation of or care for the rest of the group’s needs. A spider hangs down from the ceiling over a dried spot of Heinz ketchup that has congealed close to LMS.

COMMITMENT-PHOBE: Sure, sure, but I’m not sure I care for group work. I’m a me-person; I work alone. El solo lobo. Why should I do it for you? Or you, or (especially) you?

WORKERIST: To do SOMETHING BIG! So, my followers come to me with lots of questions like ‘what does this stuff all mean to you?’ or ‘what do you mean by this?’ I want to know all about my followers too; but I want to know right now, not later. What made you that way? How come? Want to find out more? So, I’ll be there giving you…

FRUSTRATION: …. just SO unfair! I WANT to do something, but I just don’t know anyone in the group well enough to trust them. And how can I get to know them when we are never in sync, when we are never in the same place at the same time…? I don’t wanna lose CADdollor-value… but I really must vent frustration to a trusted friend.

LURKER: …….. …. Regrets? Ugh… not enough seasoning on […] on the..ugh…mmm. I’m not keen on beans. You keep up the…

LMS inserts paid promotion into chat:

‘…monitoring and feedback the study group conferences and chats are monitored closely by instructors who provide respectful and timely feedback on process and direction when necessary to prevent groups from getting stalled or going off course….’

PLN: (Note to self) Oh, no OMG no, I just really do not believe it! This group? We, almost, all of us.. we are all of us the lifeless victims of collaboration… What else might we be feeling in response to the collective thwarting our deepest learning desires?

FRUSTRATION: It’s all just ALL so unfair! I feel deprived of all of my expectations of group work. I HAD plans, I STILL do, but I can’t complete them if I spend all of my time managing the group. I feel like I just wasn’t ready to work in a group – never did it before. Don’t wanna do it again… I blame the universe.

PLN: (Note to self) Oh, no non no, I don’t believe it! This group? Emotions, burdenings, cognitive loading. Behaviour change requests. Quintessence of volatile zibets: it all there! Whaaa they are saying shows different ways that characters might act when frustrated in a certain situation sure. But I just don’t find them believable; they lack emotional depth and range… How can they use FRUSTRATION to best advantage?

COMMITMENT-PHOBE: Sure, sure, but if there were shared goals, and some of the goals were my own goals, it might be different. It might just be more believable. Maybe we need to decide what we can’t do alone?

WORKERIST: Gyeah! What is it we want to do that we can’t do alone? That’s what I want to do… I am able to gen the most amazing content that always seems exciting and exhilarating to all. I need to make sure you all know that I’m working on something unique and to-tal-ly awesome and I can’t do that on my own. This is my dream. This is always my dream. We can give each other tips and inspiration about what it might be like to make your world more like MyWorld, a better, more inspiring place to live your best life. There has to be a better way. Voila! There is!

PLN: (Accidentally posts note to self in chat) Oh, no noOO, no. OMAF, I donut believe it! This group? In the right environment, they could reflect on and articulate their experiences, but here, in this LMS?…

LMS: (DM to PLN) $%£ What’s wrong with “this” LMS?

PLN: (DM to LMS) aH eh… It’s a bit… limited. Teletext. Not exactly cutting edge is it?

LMS: (DM to PLN) So, $%£? Works doesn’t it? If it ain’t not broek donut fixit.$%£

PLN sits quietly thinking about how it feels now, about what it’s thinking, and how its body is reacting…

FRUSTRATION: It’s just so….. so … unfair! I don’t have access to teletext. Where I am, teletext was SUNSETTED 15 years ago. I get all my info now from Minitel. Why can’t we all just use Minitel? We all use Minitel anyway, right? I slide into depression…

LMS: (DM to PLN) 😏

WORKERIST: Gyeah! I use Minitel for everything – even to clean my toilet.

COMMITMENT-PHOBE: Sure, sure, agreed, we use Minitel then. But if Minitel goes down, or they create a Minitel paywall, then what? Maybe we need to decide what we do when we can’t do it the Minitel way? We also need to decide how we will decide what we do when we can’t do it the Minitel way…

LURKER: …Teletext 👍🏼 IMON it

PLN: (DM to THE HOST) Oh, no non no, I don’t believe it! This group? Thee are in danger of developing a consensus. Host, do something quick!

THE HOST ….. Okay, okay. Let’s check in on how we are feeling now. WE…, I,.. I feel that you, that we are getting somewhere finally, but… I also feel that if you eliminate FRUSTRATION, well if you do that, then how will you drive your learner story forward? No FRUSTRATION = no plot. No plot = no goals. No goals = no motivation, no values, no desires, no climax.

CURTAIN

CARD TABLE

Now you’re sure?
I feel somewhat certain.
Oh, please do forgive me.
You’re in error?
Terribly decent of you.
I should know how!
Ah. Heh.
Yes
Of course.
I gather…
Yes?
I must say…
Oh?
Quite, but I don’t.
You’ll stay.
I will?
Thank you.
Abominable.
Abominable?
I live here!
Ah!
I was just…
You were just?
Let’s see, I was just…
Oh, oh, yes?
I really should…
Hobby?
I’d be keen.
Of course. It’s pre-Roman.
Thank you.
Infuriating, I know.
You’ll stay?
It’s very late.
Curious…
Curiously late.
I’ve been curious of late.
I did manage to notice.
It’s a common problem…
…these days [chapping]
I wonder what this all has to do with…
What?
Come on!
What?
I shall…
With what?
I mean, it…
Yes, yes.
Dead?
Tsk.
Come on, think!
We have to talk.
Oh, yes.
Ouzo?
I see.
Ouzo.
You insisted.
My condolences.
Fine.
Heroin’s pretty expensive isn’t it?
No. Not like that. But then…, yes.
Mm.
Remember?
Mm-hm.
It’s just a question.
You’ll stop here?
I can’t stop here.
You’ll stay?
I might stay.
You’ll stay.
I might?
Bit by bit.
I leave early.
Knows everything.
Everything?
Yes. Such a pity.
What are you suggesting?
Something I’ve often seen, in my mind.
Quite plain.
Yes, it was.
I’m afraid.
Afraid what?
No. I am afraid.
I say, that’s very good.
I insist.
Fancy that.
Yes.
Yes. I see.

——-

Card Table is for twenty to twenty eight players. This version uses three decks. All the cards are dealt out; apart from three ‘dealer’s cards’. There is no passing until the third hand and the Everything? card may be laid on the first trick. The second trick also takes out the cards left over from the first deal. Thus, a trick where two Mm-hms of are played, will cancel each other out so that the next Yes. I see card takes the final (fifth) trick. This is a fun variation when you have a large number of players who want to play at the same table. Even children as young as three can play Card Table.

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DRESSING TABLE

signature deathbed line
turning it in, to sharpen and hide
efficient setting powder run cryin’
smouldering bone-brush, Gyeah
wisp of translucent powder
atop, transparent puffy rituals
a dry symbol exfoliates a wet word
(…let me up)
smoky multitasking gaze
strokes, resists gold metallic mist
fine-tuned, monstrous dewy glow
more than gravity will pull a crisp edge
embossed lead capsule sweep hairs
pop like it should
(…in a car full of keys)
leave a shell without a shell
flighty & frivolous
staple the iris, ignite the hooded neck
plane and smudge, define an earlobe shadow
ain’t gonna wash a little raw tone
only cuz salt absorbs oft-broke noses
(…’fraid of a bad 🎲)
base meow accentuate
made nude pencil forever
glow data for free
thin light, jump in as it is
glistening pearly-cream citation
clumpy luminosity = actual fragrant depths
optical crease-free blend-wand
serious shimmery sunset
FINAL unifying deep blue-purple glaze
of swollen water-soluble habits
got it down so I can paint it all


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In the Open: Opening Access to Artistic Learning

The Foundation Course in Art and Design: Past, Present and Future: Collective Imagining Symposium to be held virtually as part of FutureLab in Shanghai on Friday 3rd December 2021.

The event will be hosted by the current steering committee of INFE (International Foundation Network) and hosted virtually by the British Higher School of Art and Design. https://britishdesign.ru/en/about/events/227189/#

Manifesto + Emerging Pedagogies

Friday 3rd December 2021 10:00am CET on ZOOM (link to follow)

Neil Mulholland

In the Open: Opening Access to Artistic Learning

The open practices I outline in this pecha kucha draw on my work as founder of Shift/Work since 2010 and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) that emerges from this in my book Re-imagining the Art School: Paragogy and Artistic Learning (London: Palgrave, 2009). https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-20629-1

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This pecha kucha will present a new international model for foundational art education rooted in peer-to-peer perspectives (paragogy) augmented by open edutech. It will draw on examples of learning experiments produced by prosumers (based in Scotland, Canada and China) working within our open educational resource over 2020-21. 

Intentional art education today takes diverse organisational forms: traversing small artist-led initiatives, international biennials, art academies and artistic practices. Artistic learning is porous and ubiquitous: it is lifewide: discovered through a wide variety of formal and informal arts contexts. It follows that foundational studies in art are not restricted to art academies, nor are the sole preserve of recent school leavers. 

Until the pandemic pivot, there have been few virtual communities of foundational artistic learners. We can no longer assume that foundational art education will be a distinctly ‘live’, embodied experience. 

How might art education catalyse the post-Covid recovery by engaging with emerging educational practices such as the open paradigm (Winn 2015), paragogy (Corneli 2011, 2016) and para-academia (Wardrop 2014)?

To partly address these questions, I will reflect on an open course I have co-created in 2020-21 in with my colleagues Jake Watts, Emma Balkind and Beth Dynowski.

Contemporary Art & Open Learning is an open educational resource (OER https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/macat/contemporary-art-open-learning-course-handbook-semester-1) that enables colleagues and art students to open access to artistic learning by peer-producing, codifying and sharing their own learning practices. In Edinburgh College of Art, it functions as a 10 ECTS  ‘foundation course’ for taught postgraduate students transitioning into art practice from cognate disciplines. However, the OER is available to anyone to use however they see fit (within the terms of its Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license.)

The OER practises a range of peer-based theories of learning and knowledge production to extend open access beyond the communal Third Places (Oldenburg 1999) frequently produced by artists. In particular, it experiments with ‘paragogics’, learning principles that offer a flexible framework for peer learning adaptable to any given context.

Embracing the Open Paradigm’s vision of education as a human right might better equip formal art education organisations – such as art schools, workshops and galleries – to fulfil UNESCO’s right to participate in cultural life. However, we must also remember that cultural life is fermented formally and informally. Working together, foundational OERs and people can catalyse the recovery by forming symbiotic colonies of artistic learning and, thus, new artworlds.

Video preview of pecha kucha:

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Further Reading/References:

Boshears, Paul F. ‘Open Access Publishing as a Para-Academic Proposition: OA as Labour Relation’, tripleC: Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society, Vol 11 No 2 (2013)

The Cape Town Open Education Declaration. (2007). https://www.capetowndeclaration.org/read-the-declaration

Peter Booth and Arjo Klamer, Chapter 2: The Valorisation of Art: What Artists Are up Against in BUCKLEY, B., & CONOMOS, J. (2017). Who runs the artworld: money, power and ethics.

Collier, A., & Ross, J. (2017). For whom, and for what? Not-yetness and thinking beyond open content. Open Praxis, vol. 9 issue 1, January–March 2017, pp. 7–16 (ISSN 2304-070X) https://doi.org/10.5944/openpraxis.9.1.406

Corneli, J. and C. J. Danoff (2011). “Synergising Individual Organisational Learning.” Wikiversity.

Hamington, M. (2017). Empathy and care ethics. In H. Maibom (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Empathy. Taylor & Francis Group. 

Jhangiani, R. (2019, April 11). 5Rs for Open Pedagogy. Rajiv Jhangiani, Ph.D

Oldenburg, R. (1999). The Great Good Place: Cafés, Coffee Shops, Bookstores, Bars, Hair Salons, and other Hangouts At The Heart of a Community. New York, Da Capo Press.

Paskevicius, M. and Irvine, V., 2019. Open Education and Learning Design: Open Pedagogy in Praxis. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2019(1), p.10. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/jime.512

SCHOLZ, T., & SCHNEIDER, N. (Eds.). (2016). Ours to Hack and to Own: The Rise of Platform Cooperativism, A New Vision for the Future of Work and a Fairer Internet. OR Books. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv62hfq7

Wardrop, A. W., Deborah (eds). (2014). The Para-Academic Handbook: A Toolkit For Making-Learning-Creating-Acting. Bristol, England, HammerOn Press.

Winn, J. (2015). “Open Education and the Emancipation of Academic Labour.” Learning, Media and Technology 40(3): 385-404.

#OERCamp Global 2021

Contemporary Art & Open Learning: An OER for Artistic Paragogy

Neil Mulholland

Hour 22 (starting 10 Dec 2021, 10 am UTC+0)

#OERCamp Global 2021 on https://oercampglobal2021.sched.com Please create sched.com account in order to enrol for the session.

I start with a presentation of a new global model for (art) education rooted in peer-to-peer perspectives (paragogy) augmented by an OER and open edutech.

I draw on examples of open learning experiments produced by artists and “paragoges” and show how they informed a new open educational resource that I co-developed over 2020-21 called Contemporary Art & Open Learning.

The open approach we take to curriculum design is interoperable…

– it can be used in any discipline.

We have developed a method of particpatory learning design (Okada, 2012) that generates a sprint-oriented curriclum that emerges from collaborative artistic practice. While the workshops, practica and partnership work we pursue in this OER resembles agile workflows, it dispenses with agile’s over-emphasis on (learning) outcomes and the cooresponding ‘solutioneering‘ reproduced verbatim by the Platform University (Williamson, 2019).

Key here is understanding how Contemporary Art & Open Learning functions as a generative system for learning – or oroborous. This is to say that the key aim of the OER is to create new OERs that, in turn, generate new publics for art (and for learning per se), that in turn create new OERs that, in turn…. 

Our approach to creating OERs thus ensures that learning is a lifewide process, one that involves a continuous retracing of steps, that learning is “a way of living curiously – that is, with care and attention.” (Ingold, 2018)

Such curiousity-driven learning becomes possible since our OER is philosphically rooted in paragogy and artistic learning rather than pedagogy. Rather than simply teach our research, we are actively involved with our students in the learning process. Learning that is forever fresh to colleagues and students is a style of learning that provokes curiosity.

While, the metacognitive approach we take spawns OERs that function primarily as artworks, they too are interoperable ‘research objects’ that can also be repurposed as arts-based methods.

Refs.

Ingold, T. Anthropology Between Art and Science: An Essay on the Meaning of Research, FIELD, Issue 11, Fall 2018

Okada, Alexandra (2012). Participatory design: creating Open Educational Resources using social media. In: 6th International Conference on Design Principles and Practices, 20-22 Jan 2012, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

Williamson, B. (2019, April 9). The platform university: A new data-driven business model for profiting from HE. Wonkhe. https://wonkhe.com/blogs/the-platform-university-a-new-data-driven-business-model-for-profiting-from-he/

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Round Table

…the thing was just gone. So he doesn’t come in for about a week. Nothing happened and all he said was he wasn’t riding his bike enough. So when I was next picking some cables I was all ‘are these real cables?’ Midnight sun, midnight sun cables – they were midnight sun, any-well. I had a conversation with Some Guy all about how we did not know what was in the newspapers that morning and didn’t know who our friends were and didn’t know what we owed anybody and didn’t know where anybody goes to when you aren’t with them or watching them or wondering about their potential future. It made me feel this sort of structural responsibility, like a heavy weight was pressing down on me that’s very physical whereas Some Guy experienced it differently.

For Some Guy it reminded him of this time when he and a fellow prospector – Frank Car I think – found a mummy in a cave in the mountains next to where they drove their dirt bikes. Portions of the remains were likely mummified by the humid climate – or the mummy maybe just died and was buried in its own seed. The music they were into, it was just messing with them, and Some Guy sees this creature, and his transistor radio, his radio is just crawling, and just like literally crawling… in real time. But when he took photographs of the mummy, and they were x-rayed, they revealed that the mummy had vanished sometime around 1950 never to be seen again.

Now, I’m not sure if that’s an example of synchronicity so I made the first two volumes of this atlas as a way of talking more about a conversation around how Some Guy felt and kind of how I think you’re kind of speaking. [oh yeah, we got babysitters for you guys] It’s then I realise…. I’m really creating a space that enables, like, a sort of society, the sort of society that can really get more readers for the newspaper… and I started to cuddle myself mentally just so I could think ‘what it’s like to be a person’. It’s about being a person, like, really being: wow, look at this splash chilled HD maker, this is good, this Is as Good as It Gets!

The thing about my generation is that we are not doing this stuff because we are trying to be of interest to others and also, you know, as a way of understanding our responsibility, it’s more, and I hate this phrase but, it’s less “I need portable refrigerator with peanut butter”, but more “you can buy peanut butter or you can make it yourself”. It’s like where do you see yourself: are you inside this refrigerator or you outside the refrigerator looking in, or are you, you know, making your own peanut butter? I generally think this is pretty accurate, but then this is what you bring, it is for what you are and you are for what you might be. Isn’t this the price of creative incubation? I want to know what you have to say about this.

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/| || || | |( | \ ||–|–| . | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | \| \||__|__|__. | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| / |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | /|\ ||~~|~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| |( | \ ||–|–| . |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. | \| \||__|__|__. |\ /| || || | |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. / | /|\ ||~~|~~| |\| || || \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || <💊 \, \\/\\ / \\ /|💊 | |` /🧠|| / || )___) (( ||/= }🕳{ ||/\\ ~||—) (( 💊 ||/= (( ||/= || <> || || || \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || < \, \\/\\ / \\ ~|| < ~||—,🧠 (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-🧠|| || || || || 💊 || |==|| \||/- 🕳~|| ~)___💊) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-|| || || || || ||/\\ 💊~|| / ( / | ( / | || ~||🧠 || || || || || || || || || || || (( || || || || || ~|| | |, || \ || ) ) ( / | ||/\\ ~|| / ( / | 🕳 ( / | || ~|| || || || || || || || || || || || (( || || || || || _-__,\\, |, / 🧠 -____- -____- ( -__, <> |, \\,\\, \\/\\ \\ \\ |/ \\,/ \\ \\ \/\\ \\ \\ \\🧠/ <> ~-____, _—_-|, _-_, /-_/ -____- <🕳> _-__,\\, |, / -____- -____- ( -__, <> |, \\,\\, \\/\\ \\ \\ |/ \\,/ \\ \\ \/\\ \\ \\ \\/ <🧠> -_- –~ _- _/ ) ( -_- –~ _- _/ ) 🧠 _ __ _ __ -_____ -__ /\ _-_, – – _- ,- _~, /\ _-_-, / -, ,- _~, ,- _~, _-_- /\\,/\\, ,, ,, ,, ,, |\ -_____ -__ /\ _-_, – – _- ,- _~, /\ _-_-, / -, ,- _~, ,- _~, _-_- ' | -, || \, // )- ) (' /| / \/ // , || ) (' /| / (' /| / /, /| || || || || || || _ \\ ' | -, || \, // )- ) (' /| / \/ // , || ) (' /| / (' /| / /, /| | |` /|| / || )___) (( ||/= }{ ||/\\ ~||—) (( ||/= (( ||/= || <> || || || \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || < \, \\/\\ / \\ /| | |` /|| / || )___) (( ||/= }{ ||/\\ ~||—) (( ||/= (( ||/= || <> || |==|| \||/- ~|| ~)___) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-|| || || || || || |==|| \||/- ~|| ~)___) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ~|| | |, || \ || ) ) ( / | ||/\\ ~|| / ( / | ( / | || ~|| || || || || || || || || || || || (( || || || || || ~|| | |, 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|| (( || || || || || _-__,\\, |, / 🧠 -____- -____- ( -__, <> |, \\,\\, \\/\\ \\ \\ |/ \\,/ \\ \\ \/\\ \\ \\ \\🧠/ <> ~-____, _—_-|, _-_, /-_/ -____- <🕳> _-__,\\, |, / -____- -____- ( -__, <> |, \\,\\, \\/\\ \\ \\ |/ \\,/ \\ \\ \/\\ \\ \\ \\/ <🧠> -_- –~ _- _/ ) ( -_- –~ _- _/ ) 🧠 _ __ _ __ -_____ -__ /\ _-_, – – _- ,- _~, /\ _-_-, / -, ,- _~, ,- _~, _-_- /\\,/\\, ,, ,, ,, ,, |\ -_____ -__ /\ _-_, – – _- ,- _~, /\ _-_-, / -, ,- _~, ,- _~, _-_- ' | -, || \, // )- ) (' /| / \/ // , || ) (' /| / (' /| / /, /| || || || || || || _ \\ ' | -, || \, // )- ) (' /| / \/ // , || ) (' /| / (' /| / /, /| | |` /|| / || )___) (( ||/= }{ ||/\\ ~||—) (( ||/= (( ||/= || <> || || || \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || < \, \\/\\ / \\ /| | |` /|| / || )___) (( ||/= }{ ||/\\ ~||—) (( ||/= (( ||/= || <> || |==|| \||/- ~|| ~)___) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-|| || || || || || |==|| \||/- ~|| ~)___) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ~|| | |, || \ || ) ) ( / | ||/\\ ~|| / ( / | ( / | || ~|| || || || || || || || || || || || (( || || || || || ~|| | |, || \ || ) ) ( / | ||/\\ ~|| / ( / | ( / | || ~-____, _—_-|, _-_, /-_/ -____- <> _-__,\\, |, / -____€=- -____- ( -__, <> |, \\,\ | /|\ ||~~|~~| |\ /| ↓ᵐᵒʳᵉ ᵗᵉˣᵗ ᶠᵒⁿᵗˢ↓ || || | |( | \ ||–|–| . | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | \| \||__|__|__. | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| / |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | /|\ ||~💊~|~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| |( | \ ||–|–| . |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. | \| \||__|__|__. |\ /| || || | |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. / | /|\ ||~~|~~| |\ /| || || | |( | \ ||–|–| . | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | \| \||__|__|__. | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| / |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | /|\ ||~~|~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| |( | \ ||–|–| . |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. | \| \||__|__|__. |\ /| || || | |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. / | /|\ ||~~|~~| |\ /| || || | |( | \ ||–|–| . | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | \| \||__|__|__. | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| / |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | /|\ ||~~|~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| |( | \ ||–|–| . |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. | \| \||__|__|__. |\ /| || || | |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. / | /|\ ||~~|~~| |\ /| || || | |( | \ ||–|–| . | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | \| \||__|__|__. | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| | || || \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || <💊 \, \\/\\ / \\ /|💊 | |` /🧠|| / || )___) (( ||/= }🕳{ ||/\\ ~||—) (( 💊 ||/= (( ||/= || <> || || || \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || < \, \\/\\ / \\ ~|| < ~||—,🧠 (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-🧠|| || || || || 💊 || |==|| \||/- 🕳~|| ~)___💊) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-|| || || || || ||/\\ 💊~|| / ( / | ( / | || ~||🧠 || || || || || || || || || || || (( || || || || || ~|| | |, || \ || ) ) ( / | ||/\\ ~|| / ( / | 🕳 ( / | || ~|| || || || || || || || || || || || (( || || || || || _-__,\\, |, / 🧠 -____- -____- ( -__, <> |, \\,\\, \\/\\ \\ \\ |/ \\,/ \\ \\ \/\\ \\ \\ \\🧠/ <> ~-____, _—_-|, _-_, /-_/ -____- <🕳> _-__,\\, |, / -____- -____- ( -__, <> |, \\,\\, \\/\\ \\ \\ |/ \\,/ \\ \\ \/\\ \\ \\ \\/ <🧠> -_- –~ _- _/ ) ( -_- –~ _- _/ ) 🧠 _ __ _ __ -_____ -__ /\ _-_, – – _- ,- _~, /\ _-_-, / -, ,- _~, ,- _~, _-_- /\\,/\\, ,, ,, ,, ,, |\ -_____ -__ /\ _-_, – – _- ,- _~, /\ _-_-, / -, ,- _~, ,- _~, _-_- ' | -, || \, // )- ) (' /| / \/ // , || ) (' /| / (' /| / /, /| || || || || || || _ \\ ' | -, || \, // )- ) (' /| / \/ // , || ) (' /| / (' /| / /, /| | |` /|| / || )___) (( ||/= }{ ||/\\ ~||—) (( ||/= (( ||/= || <> || || || \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || < \, \\/\\ / \\ /| | |` /|| / || )___) (( ||/= }{ ||/\\ ~||—) (( ||/= (( ||/= || <> || |==|| \||/- ~|| ~)___) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-|| || || || || || |==|| \||/- ~|| ~)___) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ~|| | |, || \ || ) ) ( 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|\ /| || || | |( | \ ||–|–| . | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | \| \||__|__|__. | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| / |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | /|\ ||~~|~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| |( | \ ||–|–| . |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. | \| \||__|__|__. |\ /| || || | |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__. / | /|\ ||~~|~~| |\ /| || || | |( | \ ||–|–| . | \/ || |||/~\ /~\||/~~||/~\ /~~| | \| \||__|__|__. | | \_/||| |\_/||\__|| |\__| / |~~\ |~~\~|~| ||~~| | ||__/ | \ / |–| |__/ | \_|_ \/ |__.| || || \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || <💊 \, \\/\\ / \\ /|💊 | |` /🧠|| / || )___) (( ||/= }🕳{ ||/\\ ~||—) (( 💊 ||/= (( ||/= || <> || || || \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || < \, \\/\\ / \\ ~|| < ~||—,🧠 (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-🧠|| || || || || 💊 || |==|| \||/- 🕳~|| ~)___💊) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-|| || || || || ||/\\ 💊~|| / ( / | ( / | || ~||🧠 || || || || || || || || || || || (( || || || || 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|| \\ \\ || ||/\\ /'\\ || || < \, \\/\\ / \\ ~|| < ~||—,🧠 (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-🧠|| || || || || 💊 || |==|| \||/- 🕳~|| ~)___💊) (( || \/ ~|| < ~||—, (( || (( || ~|| ||=|= || || || || || || || || || || /-|| || || || || ||/\\ 💊~|| / ( / | ( / | || ~||🧠 || || || || || || || || || || || (( || || || || || ~|| | |, || \ || ) ) ( / | ||/\\ ~|| / ( / | 🕳 ( / | || ~|| || || || || || || || || || || || (( || || || || || _-__,\\, |, / 🧠 -____- -____- ( -__, <> |, \\,\\, \\/\\ \\ \\ |/ \\,/ \\ \\ \/\\ \\ \\ \\🧠/ <> ~-____, _—_-|, _-_, /-_/ -____- <🕳> _-__,\\, |, / -____- -____- ( -__, <> |, \\,\\, \\/\\ \\ \\ |/ \\,/ \\ \\ \/\\ \\ \\ \\/ <🧠> -_- –~ _- _/ ) ( -_- –~ _- _/ ) 🧠 _ __ _ __ -_____ -__ /\ _-_, – – _- ,- _~, /\ _-_-, / -, ,- _~, ,- _~, _-_- /\\,/\\, ,, ,, ,, ,, |\ -_____ -__ /\ _-_, – – _- ,- _~, /\ _-_-, / -, ,- _~, ,- _~, _-_- ' | -, || \, // )- ) (' /| / \/ // , || ) (' /| / (' /| / /, /| || || || || || || _ \\ ' | -, || \, // )- ) (' /| / \/ // , || ) (' 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