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In this episode, Andrew Zolli, Chief Impact Officer at Planet, the imagery company, speaks about the initiative he leads, “Art as Planet.” We discuss what the role of art in communicating scientific vision is? How artists have been helping in shaping an innovative culture in a satellite company, and why should small startups launch their own artist in residence?Zolli is a technologist, strategic foresight expert, and author. In the past he was the primary creative and curatorial force behind PopTech, a well-known innovation, and social change network; he served as a Fellow of the National Geographic Society and served on the Boards of the Brooklyn Academy of Music.See the show notes here. 
In this episode, Dr. Claudia Schnugg, an author, curator, researcher, and producer of art and science collaborations, shares her knowledge about building art-science collaborations, examples of successful partnerships, and what organizations can benefit from these collaborations.Check the show notes to learn more.
In this episode, Dr. John Maeda, speaks about art and artists, the difference between art and design, why parents who sent their kids to RISD thought about innovation, and why, art and design are positioned to transform the economy of the 21st-century economy.Click here to see the show notes.Voices:John Maeda's Ted TalkDavid Bowie in an interview to BBC 1999
In this episode, we host Anouk Wipprecht, artist, designer, and innovator, together with Christoph Guger, the founder and CEO of GTEC. The two have been working for more than six years, creating robotic dresses and brain-computer interface devices that are extremely exciting in their thinking and innovation.Anouk Wipprecht is working in the emerging field of "FashionTech" - a rare combination of fashion design combined with engineering, robotics, science, and interaction/user experience design to make fashion an experience that transcends mere appearances.Christoph Guger is the founder and CEO of GTEC, a company that develops and produces high-end brain-computer interfaces and biosignal processing hardware and software.See all images and videos on the episode's show notes. 
In this episode, Jeffrey Madoff, the founder of Madoff Productions, fashion designer, film director, and educator speaks about creativity, entrepreneurship, and how to lead creative teams. Madoff is on the faculty at Parsons School for Design, teaching a course he developed called “Creativity: Making a Living With Your Ideas”.  Madoff published the book entitled based on his course.Click here for the show notes. 
In this episode, Dr. Arthur I. Miller is back on our show to discuss his latest book - The Artist in The Machine. We discussed machine and creativity, why there is not enough AI in the world, and why, after all, you need creativity to stay relevant in the future. For the shownotes click here.
In this episode, Noah Weinstein, the previous creative director of Autodesk Pier 9 - The world's greatest creative workshop - speaks about how to build creative communities, what is the role of management in supporting creative initiatives, and how one space in San Francisco became the epitome for experimentation in digital fabrication, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D, and biotechnology, all led by artists.See the show notes for more information. 
In this bonus episode, Tim Ellis, the co-founder and CEO of relativity space speaks about his dream to become a writer; how his life with his partner, the artist Richelle Gribble, is influencing him, and why art, science, and space are all tied together when we are looking to answers our most meaningful questions.
In this episode, Richelle Gribble, an expeditionary artist who explores planetary connectivity, both on and off Earth, speaks about her experience at biosphere 2, the north pole, and why she is practicing to become an astronaut.See show notes here.
In this episode, we talk to Uli Schmitz, the founding manager of FreeTech, the managing director of Axel Springer Digital Ventures, and the Axel Springer Plug and Play Accelerator co-founder. Uli discusses how to create an artist in residence program at your company, how to make up for the fact that outcomes are hard to measure, and the importance of diversity of thought for innovation.Check out the episode show notes where you will find videos, images, links and more.
In this episode, Dr. Giovanni Schiuma, a Knowledge and Innovation Management Professor at the Università LUM, speaks with us about why companies should integrate the arts, what aesthetic technologies are, and the power of having an arts architect. Dr. Giovanni Schiuma, as a high international academic and consultant, is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading experts in organizational development and innovation, and for his work on business model innovation of arts and cultural organizations, and the strategic knowledge management for company value creation dynamics.Giovanni is widely recognized for his work on the use of the Arts for Business and his work on assessing and managing knowledge assets.Click here to see show notes and additional resources.
In this episode, we talk to Adam Rosendahl, the Founder and Chief Experience Officer of Late Nite Art®. How can art facilitate discussions and improve team building? Why should leaders want their teams to be more open with one another? What is one way to make Zoom meetings more engaging? How can art bring together people from different backgrounds? All these questions and more in our new episode.Click here to see the show notes on our website.
In this episode, we speak to a Google staff research scientist, Dr. Erik Lucero. In his work, he leads the production quantum hardware team that supplies the world with quantum computers that can perform beyond classical computations. We talked about what quantum computing is, how it can change the world, what his interest in photography has to do with it, and much more.See show notes that include videos, links, images, and much more.
In this episode, we speak to the leadership speaker Dov Baron. In his work, he teaches us how to recognize, find, retain, and nurture dragons (the top talent) who are hidden in our organizations. We talked about how leaders can better manage gen Z, why artists are leaders, vulnerability in the workplace, and much more.See show notes that include videos, links, images, and much more.
In this episode, we learn from Daniel Canogar about making data stimulate all the human senses, not just the visual. Canogar is a visual artist that focuses on hacking into obsolete technologies, finding the similarities between human and technological expiration dates, creating inner order within chaos, and much more. If you think that big data is just good for charts and grafts, after this conversation, you will think differently.Click here for show notes, recommendations, transcript, and more.
In this episode, we speak to the professor of psychology Ellen Langer. In her work, she studies the illusion of control, decision-making, aging, and mindfulness theory. We talked about the beauty of mistakes, why the process of making art is more important than the result, not assuming that you know everything, and much more.See show notes that include videos, links, images, and much more.
In the second episode with Ben Grosser, an artist focused on the cultural, social, and political effects of software, he talks to us about taking the algorithms out of different digital platforms, teaching students how to analyze digital platforms' systems, and doom scrolling.How did he hack TikTok? Should Spotify and Netflix rethink their algorithms? Nir and Ben discuss this and more.Click here to see the show notes, videos, transcript, and more on our website.
In this episode, we talk to Ben Grosser, an artist who is focused on the cultural, social, and political effects of software. We talk about why numbers are so important on social media, making music with computers, and how to add humans to the equation when creating software.Click here to see the show notes on our website.
In this episode, Danica Purg, the founding and current President of the IEDC-Bled School of Management, speaks with us about her MBA program that incorporates art as much as business, how to prepare leaders for an increasingly complex world, and being a pioneer in education. Professor Danica Purg is also the President of CEEMAN, the International Association for Management Development in Dynamic Societies, which aims to accelerate the growth of relevant and excellent management education in the global markets that need it most.Click here to see show notes, videos, and beautiful photos.Sound Credits:FTIEDC - Bled School of Management
In this episode, we speak to the artist-scientist and author Arthur Miller. In his work, he explores the nature of creative thinking – the mind’s ability to transform information from everyday experiences into the most sublime works of art, literature, music, and science. We talked about the history of ideas, the importance of generalists, the similarity between Picasso and Einstein, and much more.See show notes that include videos, links, images, and much more.
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