24th August 2018 / Alan Moore

Hack the Root: from waste to living building materials

Hack the Root, is a piece of installation artwork by architectural technologist Mae-Ling Lokko, whose passion is to crate value from materials that otherwise would have been discarded or forgotten. The installation was commissioned by Liverpool Biennale and RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) North, the core pieces of which are ‘growing trays’ in the […]

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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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15th July 2018 / Alan Moore

Passage for Par shows our world to be sensual, textured, collaborative

Passage for Par is a dance performance created specially for and presented on Par Beach Cornwall, conceived and directed by choreographer Rosemary Lee for the Cornish International Art Programme GroundWork. At the turn of the tide 30 women will rhythmically snake their way across the tidal landscape, tracing meandering pathways through the wet sand, their […]

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2nd June 2018 / Alan Moore

How does knowledge feel?

We all know a lot. How does knowledge feel? And how do you feel that you know? How do you feel what you know? How do your feelings feel? Your felt feeling! Consult your feeling of being disconnected and being connected, Being indifferent or committed. Does feeling connected make you more empathetic? Does empathy make […]

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3rd March 2018 / Alan Moore

The A to Z of dancing for joy

Studies show are happiest when we dance. Dancing releases good chemicals into the body. This is a short film that I love to watch as it demonstrates that joy. Shot on the streets and rooftops of LA. The A to Z of Dance shows you how to float like an Arabesque and spin like a […]

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27th February 2018 / Alan Moore

The Beautiful Leaders Programme

Over the last year, I have been prototyping ‘The Beautiful Leaders Programme’. I have spent time looking at a range of businesses that inspire a different way of looking at the world. I went in search of profitable businesses across the globe that are enduringly beautiful. From that inspiring journey came an extensive record of […]

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6th December 2017 / Alan Moore

Beautiful business conversations with Menno van Doorn Sogeti

Menno van Doorn is Director of the Sogeti Research Institute for the Analysis of New Technology (VINT). Menno shares his views on emerging technologies, Facebook anxiety, Robotic optimism, ‘machinefulness’, how AI might save us from ourselves, self driving transportation, why we need an approach to technological design that is beautiful creating happiness. Centre stage is […]

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21st November 2017 / Alan Moore

Beautiful business conversations Peter Childs Head Dyson School Design Engineering

Peter Childs, the inspiring Head of the Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London, talks to me about beautiful AI and beautiful automation. What is the connection between the hymn Amazing Grace and the concept of beauty he asked me? I asked, should beauty be taught throughout higher education? I discuss these ideas […]

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