01 Nov Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks: the Art of Janet Echelman Powered by Google and Autodesk
Since her 2011 TED talk and her inspirational follow-up for TED2014, artist Janet Echelman has been getting a lot of well-deserved press accolades. We’ll let TED set the stage with their blog post covering Judith’s work before we have a thing or two to say about a thing or two. Take a minute to review this work and set your brainstem on dreamy…
We’d like to think that we can all agree that partnerships are the wave of the future. While globalism seems be the current golden goose to fall out of the G-20’s favor, partnerships allow our organizations to reach beyond our autonomous insights and abilities. Third Mind has been excited about this premise for the last 20 years. So such so that partnerships represent the rationale behind our company’s name. Partnerships are: What. We. Do.
Janet’s work represents the nature of collaboration that we espouse. Concept meets tech meets implementation meets engagement; the ephemeral of digital meets the physical of our public and social contracts with one another. We wanted to share Janet’s work with that in mind. To kindle your spark. To start the next fire.
Thank you Janet, for the courageous partnerships which brought the world Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks.