The Big Bang in Your Brain: Connecting Creativity
In a world of deepening complexity, we need creativity and collaboration to solve complex problems. Sadly, specialization can limit our ability to connect into creative approaches and problem-solving in other disciplines. In this panel, we'll explore creative thinking from multiple perspectives: theoretical physics, the history of medicine, and Jungian psychology. Attendees will see how artists and scientists collaborate creatively, and walk away with insights for their own creative practice.
Share this idea
- How do definitions of creativity vary across disciplines?
- How can distinct fields learn to collaborate with each other?
- How can we apply transdisciplinary insights into our creative work?
- Eryk Salvaggio, Events and Communications Manager , swissnex San Francisco
- Jelena Martinovic, UNIL-CHUV visiting postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University, Department of the History of Science, Harvard University
- Subodh Patil, Assistant professor, Niels Bohr Institute
- Susan Rowland, Chair of the Engaged Humanities and the Creative Life MA, Pacifica Graduate School
Eryk Salvaggio, Events and Communications Manager , swissnex San Francisco