Bernard Pras Einstein

Bricolage: Innovation without destruction

Thomas Casteran Insights, Organization, Society 0 Comments

‘Pour explorer le champ des possibles, le bricolage est la méthode la plus efficace’ (‘To explore the scope of possibilities, bricolage is the most efficient method’)
Hubert Reeves 

Yes, the world became extremely complex and it is fair to admit that we engage with problems and new challenges on a daily basis – on a personal and societal level. We strive to find new solutions most of the time by innovating.

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Thomas Sattelberger

Passions and Art cannot be standardized – Interview with Thomas Sattelberger

Dirk Dobiéy Insights, Interview, Organization 0 Comments

Deutsche Version unten / German version below

Thomas Sattelberger is a German manager who has worked at companies such as Daimler-Benz, Lufthansa, and Continental. Most recently, from 2007 through 2012, he was a board member at Deutsche Telekom. As a young man, the business economist was part of the APO movement and is still being perceived as nonconformist, and maybe due to this notion, as particularly innovative. In any case, he is very actively involved in a variety of important initiatives that deal with future aspects of work and vocational training.

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Dr. Arthur Durham Microphotograph of Traverse Section of Wood

Making mistakes is a concept that does not exist in the arts: Professor Michael Brater on taking detours and the love of experimentation

Johanna Darbritz Insights, Interview 0 Comments

English Translation by Hendrik Achenbach
Deutsche Version unten / German version below

In an interview with Age of Artists, education research expert Michael Brater explains how mistakes cannot exist in the area of arts. He has recognized what artists share as a fundamental attitude: “It does not matter if something happens that I did not intend. The question is how I can deal with it. It is only going to be an error if I cannot handle it.” The most interesting thing is experimental “playing”, says Brater.

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Bernard Pras La Vague

“I speak of phantom memory” – Interview with bricoleur Bernard Pras

Thomas Casteran Insights, Interview 0 Comments

At first, an exposition of Bernard Pras only slightly differs from a bric-a-brac store. There are piles of objects and materials that seem to be randomly arranged on the ground such as during a Sunday garage sale. However by looking at each of the parts you realize that they are tied together, ingeniously aligned to draw and replicate a well-known image, but only when seen from a certain perspective. The french artist, fond of Bricolage and Improvisation, uses an anamorphic perspective to turn 3D into 2D.

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