Thinkers

Joanna Zylinska

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Curators, Thinkers

The Earth has entered a new geo-historical period, significantly human-influenced, called Anthropocene. Humans, acting as agents, have left (and continue leaving) their fingerprints: biospheric, geologic or climatological earth processes have been altered by them. The biodiversity and ecosystems with a wave of extinctions have been…

William Myers

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Curators, Thinkers

American writer, curator and design historian William Myers is the author of two of must-read books focused on exploring how the traditional boundaries between art and science are disappearing.  On one hand, in Bio Design: Nature + Science + Creativity Myers presents different approaches to…

Marius Kwint

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Curators, Thinkers

Dr. Marius Kwint, cultural historian at the University of Portsmouth, is passionate about science and art. In one of his most recent projects he was guest curator for the exhibition Brains: the Mind as Matter at Wellcome Collection in London in 2012 and at the Museum…

Arthur I. Miller

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Thinkers

Science is not only about experiments but also about understanding the natural and technological world around us by asking simple questions such as why, where and how. Author Arthur I. Miller through his books takes our hands in an amazing journey in which the boundaries…

Matthew Woolhouse

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Scout & Trends, Thinkers

Words by Lula Criado (Twitter @Lula_ClotMag) Professor Matthew Woolhouse, a digital humanist and researcher at the McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind, at McMaster University (Hamilton, Canada) has started a project funded by Nokia* to seek answers in the analysis of millions of anonymous downloads. For Woolhouse…