1+1=3 systems of didactic communication
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CitationBelek, M. and Fialho, F., (2015). 1+1=3 Systems of Didactic Communication, The Arts In Society International Conference, London, England.
The construction of knowledge is a transitional element, as it is build in our minds and through empirical experience. Similarly, in order to experience space – whatever kind – one has to be present. Nonetheless as one is constantly immersed into a space, our mental space or knowledge is constantly producing new paths of connections, either consciously or unconsciously. "1+1=3 Systems of Didactic Communication" is an artwork that intensifies the question of education is not based on knowledge but rather creativity. Through a multimodal spatial experience we retraces how and why one may became influenced by creativity through a critique of education itself. Until it leaves its false paths, "1+1=3" demonstrates that knowledge will remain only a wordy dialectic if it is not exerted through creativity. Through a multimodal and virtual intensity, "1+1=3" prompts that digital knowledge and creativity must be rooted in experience for education to become a genuine evolution of knowledge. And in the quest for unanswered questions, the creative dimension of human life and the importance of intuition must be emphasized. A source of enquiry for students as well as educators, 1+1=3 reveals a philosophy that is always dynamic, blending humanity’s creative drive with its mastery in knowledge goes beyond an addition of factors. 1+1=3 was on display on Istanbul Modern Vitra Contemporary Architecture Series as a work under Dream to Realities Exhibition.