Estela Duhart shows us what it looks like when a group of co-workers undertake an interactive sculpture project. Exploring the power of sound and color, the group used many layers of thermochromic paint and arduino boards to complete their sculpture in only one week. Originally from Mexico City, Estela explores how passion, trust, and collaboration makes coming to the office more intriguing and inspiring.
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Co-working in Sevilla
@ VOL 12
ON APR 12, 2012
Working from home in your pajamas without seeing anyone is a reality for many freelancers, and WorkInCompany wants to offer these people something different. This presentation covers the idea of sharing an office with others -- or "co-working" -- in Sevilla. (in Spanish)
Collaboration and Food Innovation
BY FRANCESCO CINGOLANI
@ VOL 29
ON DEC 06, 2016
Francesco Cingolani, co-founder of Volumes Coworking, speaks about the concept and approach of Volumes to facilitate short and longer term developments in the field of food innovation from a foundation of exchange and collaboration.
Random Co-ordinate Photography
Kyle Soo, the organiser of PechaKucha Night Manchester, presents his first ever full PechaKucha, telling his story of a photography project he completed in 2016, when he asked the people of Twitter to guide him to random places in London, using only the power of random co-ordinates, and serendipity.
Join him on his journey into the unknown...
The Human Body in Co-Creation
BY LISETTE TEMPLIN
@ VOL 14
ON MAR 06, 2018
Lisette Templin believes that we are not alone in the Universe. When we open our heart to healing, we find ourselves on a path that allows us to experience (and thus use) the life force called Qi. To co-create with this divine life force, we need to fine-tune our bodies to use Qi. We wish to introduce you to the act of co-creating through a meditative art of moving and non-moving forms called Sheng Zhen Gong. Sheng Zhen means the sacred truth of unconditional love. When we regularly practice this meditative state of unconditional love, we move the human body in a way that heals current health issues and also helps prevent disease. Therefore, we experience health and also co-create life.
Balancing Work and Life: The Founding of a Co-Working Space
BY STELLA CHEUNG BOYLAND
@ VOL 45
ON MAY 08, 2018
Andrea and Stella met in architecture school and later developed a co-working space that enables them and others to achieve the best work-life balance. Follow their journey and hear their insights into work, family, and happiness.
The Art of Collaboration (or How to Not Freak Out When You Change Another Artist’s Work)
BY KATE SANTUCCI
@ VOL 35
ON MAY 09, 2018
Kate Huser Santucci and Amy Kollar Anderson are both living and making art in Dayton. Between them, they have figured out how to use found bones and glitter on the same piece of work, and remain friends! For them, collaboration is not just a buzzword, but has become a way of thinking about creativity, friendship, and a new way of working.