14th December 2018 / Alan Moore

Artist Rachel Rose on questions that define her work

Rachel Rose Interview: Between Living and Non-Living from Louisiana Channel on Vimeo. Meet the praised New York-based video artist Rachel Rose, who creates visually poetic and multi-layered narratives, exploring different “scales of mortality”: “I try to use myself a bit like a tiny sensor, and then quickly move outside myself to the place that it […]

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28th November 2018 / Alan Moore

Felt knowledge as experience

Sometimes, we need to feel something rather than analyse it. To feel time, to feel space and place, to feel love and to reflect, to touch and go into nature and revel in the crafting of of something unique. Sometimes we need to be open to a new experience, to take its crooked path to […]

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16th November 2018 / Alan Moore

The Beauty of the Human

Bjarke Ingels Interview: The Beauty of the Human from Louisiana Channel on Vimeo. “The one thing all humans share is that we all inhabit the same limited amount of real estate, which is planet earth.” Danish architect Bjarke Ingels discusses an ultra local approach to architecture in a global world. The beauty of the human […]

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5th November 2018 / Alan Moore

What can Morihei Ueshiba creator of Akido teach us about purpose

The great master of martial arts Morihei Ueshiba became deeply troubled as to his true defining purpose. So he retired into the mountains with a Zen philosopher to reflect upon his work and life. He gave up the practice of martial arts as a form of violence and created the graceful non-violent martial art of […]

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14th October 2018 / Alan Moore

Why the practice of craft makes a meaningful life

I was trained both as a typographer, and as a book designer. Both these practices are steeped in craft. So much knowledge required of materials (don’t get me started on paper – colour, transparency, weight, texture – to this today every piece of paper I touch is evaluated – receipts mostly), production processes, typefaces, and, […]

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14th September 2018 / Alan Moore

Is responsABility asset management the Luke Skywalker of investing?

Yesterday I was in Zurich to interview the President of the ethical Asset Management Co. responsABility. We were in the pump room of an old brewery. Somewhat fitting to discuss capital flows of money, and what is required in creating the necessary conditions of a restorative economy – for all. in today’s world. The chairs […]

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30th August 2018 / Alan Moore

Beauty recalibrating how we make things and why we make them

In 2013 I gave a talk in Holland about the need to redesign the organisations that we use, inhabit and support us, that drive our economies. I spoke for beautifully designed organisations, beautiful workplaces and work cultures, beautifully designed products, stuff. I asked for a return to what I termed the Human-OS. Where the sovereignty […]

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29th July 2018 / Alan Moore

Why is our world so beautiful? Asks Franck Wilczek

I have a question and it might be the most beautiful question in the world. And it is this — is the world a work of art? Not just the obviously beautiful things, not just the stuff other people have labelled art. But all of it, every piece of the fabric of our lives and relationships. The […]

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18th July 2018 / Alan Moore

My path in practical leadership

When I was in my late 20’s, I was invited to work with a Nordic communications company. This business would, over time, become notorious, famous and very successful. Their original flag the Skull & Crossbones. It said it all. I had spoken to the founder on the phone, “come for a month, see what happens” […]

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4th July 2018 / Alan Moore

Do Design: 14 practices to create enduring beauty

Because beauty and great design appear to be so effortless, we mistake it to be easy. Or, that genius was bestowed upon its creators by some divine spirit. There is no doubt we all have gifts. But it is only when we practise daily that we develop the capacity to see, design and create work […]

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