habit zero #022

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the challenge   Today, I am on a special assignment: a creative exploration on an art museum. You might wonder why is that even a challenge. Isn’t an art museum the place to see creative work? Well, yes. But that doesn’t mean we — the viewers — don’t play an important part in the game. The great thing about art is that once it becomes public, it is open to interpretation. Part of the magic created by art is taking place in our mind. And creative exploration is a great way in which we can become active observers.

Things With No Name

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You know how some things are not only difficult to describe, they don’t even have a name? So today, we are going for a creative exploration to look for as many such things as possible.

Rediscover Music

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A few years ago, during one of my photo walks, I came across an ordinary WC sign with abstract man and woman figures. They were standing by each other as if they want to get closer, to hold hands, but they couldn’t. From a distance, they seemed white, but as I got closer, I noticed they are dirty, maybe even burnt, as if they had a pretty rough time. I took my camera out, and as I pointed it to the two flat figures I started to hear inside my head one of my favorite songs: Romeo and Juliet.

Food for Creativity

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Every creative process requires some input – some raw material. Nothing can be created from void. Any creation, any original thought, any dream, vision, hope, desire, and feeling is a product of hundreds, thousands, or millions of bits of information, experience, memories, things we saw, smelled, or touched. Our mind is a like a grand machine taking all this raw material, filtering it, disassembling it, reconstructing it again, until something new is created.