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Myths of Complexity | pre-print version

There is a pre-print version available now of my text Myths of Complexity  written for and published in Design Ecologies, Volume 1 Issue 2, November 2011. You can find it here: Claudia Westermann, Myths of Complexity (pre-print version). The manuscript of the presentation … Continue reading

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The Logics of Initiation | The Cybernetic Challenge

[preliminary abstract for the Interactive Media Arts Conference IMAC 2012 in Copenhagen  / accepted May 29] In the short story “Mimse go the Borogoves” written by Catherine Lucille Moore and Henry Kuttner under the pseudonym of Lewis Padgett, and for … Continue reading

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The Presence of Planetary Consciousness

Alex Steffen posted an interesting article today entitled Putting the Future Back in the Room. It exhibits some parallels to my PhD research. Is it possible to restore belief in the future? I believe, yes, i.e. my research suggests that the ‘room’ needs … Continue reading

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Resonances of the Unknown : published in Kybernetes

The article `Resonances of the Unknown’ is published. It is included in the journal Kybernetes – Special Issue: Cybernetics: Art, Design, Mathematics – A Meta Disciplinary Conversation: Papers from the 2010 Conference of the American Society for Cybernetics Guest editor(s): … Continue reading

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Leaves of Architecture (Excerpt) : : Re-Initiation *

      Selfhood is the foundation of all knowledge ‒‒ as the foundation of permanence in change ‒‒ as well as the principle of utmost diversity (You.)(Instead of the non-ego ‒‒ You) (Novalis, 2007,  p. 151) There are many … Continue reading

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