Bending genres

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Photo by Wells Baum (Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirrors)

Nothing is original, nor is it copy-pasted. But innovation is a remix, a mash-up of findings, widgets, and opinions.

There is no solitary genius but the product of scenius — network thinking — educating each other, sharing in pairs and stealing ideas and scraps from each other to formulate something new.

We are the product of our environment and our own creative solitude. Blending disciplines, the plurality of ideas, is the upshot of our conversation with others just as much as it is ourselves.

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A daily blogger who connects the dots between arts and life.

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  1. I totally agree with this. We as individuals are a culmination of everything we are exposed to. Our ability to share an original thought is merely our own ability to share a cumulative own individually accessed and communicated.

  2. I couldn’t agree more that our experiences shape us, yet we are also a blend of the things we come in contact with. But we always have the ability to rise above.

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