I was interviewed by Charlie Taylor from the Irish Times about the dreaded performance review. Following the news that Accenture is dropping the process there’s […]
I’m really enjoying working my way through the archives of The Creativity Post. Dedicated to sharing information on creativity (across all platforms including arts, culture, philosophy, […]
That quote above comes from Thomas Mann and is one of the pieces of advice from Ryan Holiday in this post entitled So You Want […]
It’s always nice to get positive feedback. A bottle of champagne is terrific…perhaps a card or two? But what about when a student tells you […]
Could you distill your research into 140 characters?
This New York Times article from 2012 highlights the way work/life balance has been organised and, how that dividing line is shifting. It used to be […]
Newsnight editor Ian Katz outlines what he believes is wrong about the TV political interview in this Financial Times article. In summary what’s wrong is […]
Financial Times journalist Jo Ellison in an article entitled Fear and Clothing reviews two books which argue the case for why clothes and fashion matter. […]
The Internet is what you make of it, obviously. And there are aspiring writers who use digital technology to read and research and seek the […]
Your emotions are the lens through which we look at the world. You can’t look round your emotions, you have to look through them.
This interview with Turner award winner Grayson Perry makes for interesting reading. I’ve been impressed with his channel 4 series In the Best Possible Taste in which he interrogates the relationship between class and taste (the programs are available to view on Channel 4 OD here). In particular, I’ve admired his capacity to move fluidly between thinking, feeling and making. It’s great to see a practitioner at the top of their game talking about the importance of emotion (their own and others’) as a core component of the creative process. Perry has been awarded a two year contract from Channel 4 to make more work – I’m looking forward to seeing how he approaches the documentary medium as another art space.