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Humanity has witnessed the Industrial age, followed by an Information age and now we are privileged to have the opportunity to enter an age of Inspiration — the ‘Third I’ with its boundless possibilities and potential, more than we ever thought possible. You and I can ask what is it that drives our civilisation? Is it our instinct for survival, a yearning for stability or maybe even a desire for mastery over the environment for better (or, unfortunately, in some cases, for worse)? Direction on an individual and on a societal level can often be determined by what inspires us the most and I believe that much of what drives us forward is Inspiration.

With the decline of institutional structures and specialisations, the projects we create as individuals are becoming ever more important and point to a sustainable future. A major phenomenon that has emerged in recent years — the open source movement — is a key enabler for creative individuals and it acts as a driving force to accelerate progress. I firmly believe that by combining the insight and talent of the individual with the infinite pool of open source we are creating something extraordinary and when we look back from some point in 2100 the open source movement will be recognised as an essential component in the march towards exponential change, providing the means for unique projects that will write the history of the future. Now it is up to each of us to seize the opportunity to explore, to create and to reach beyond the stars and in so doing inspire not only those around us but future generations.

Mandelbrot set as a meassure to inspire

The core method of intelligence is in actual patterns formation and recognition of the same. I believe that Universe is pure intelligence, and we all play some part in it. Our creations as Artists, because I believe that we are all artists, open the door to infinite dimensions, expanding our internal space towards infinity. The following NOW and KNOWLEDGE links I want to share with you what occupies my attention NOW in case you share similar/same "obsessions" and want to collaborate and also I want to give you my recommendations list relating to books and tools

Now Knowledge

This is the list of Hats that I am wearing right NOW

In case you see some synchronicities and want to collaborate
This link will give you some guidence

 

Music

  • I am currently focused on baroque and contemporary pieces, (still in early stage, editing Art of Fugue by Bach recorded last year in Belgium) sample here
  • Assembling all sorts of sounds(including sounds from space (NASA) and nature - including some really unique/less discovered places on Earth - I am not traveling, friends are recording this for me) to mix in with piano recordings
  • I would really like to learn more about open source music and especially makers who choose open source
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    Artworks

  • Started new collection inspired by the otherworldly with the objective to translate the shape in the most original form and find my alien. Compulsory to live stream so that it is documented, while I tap into the global collective consciousness
  • Writing the corresponding essays to each of the paintings which will ultimately lead to a Book or VR journey. In the meantime everything is published on ideasrex.com
  • Collection will comprise of 11 pieces and together with finished collection 22 as both numbers are the most important in my life
  • Digitally manipulating the photography and publishing on the website and open sourcing them
  • Integrating my projects so that the dots complement each other and social media is treated as a tree that gives edible fruits and seeds

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    Learning

  • Music editing software
  • About various ancient and contemporary art forms and artists
  • German (via Duolingo) - this might be long term because I have about 5 mins free each day
  • To control my thoughts, and sometimes have no brain activity for as long as 5 mins

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    Tech

  • I like the playground of online projects, innovation, open source and all things futurism and real community building
  • Updating www.ideasrex.com so that art, fantasty, traveling, new ideas and projections towards future that I have been working on inspire others
  • Upgrading www.musebuz.com so that others can explore history of art (mostly 20th century for now) and additionally artists and musicians will exchange their creativities and assets in the right way
  • Putting together www.localglobalist.com so that open source projects get more visibility as well as multidisciplinary nature of each of us

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    Lifestyle

  • I believe in fully relying on instict when it comes to diet, however raw food diet, yoga, psychosomatic medicine play their part which I will be exploring more
  • Publish a link relating to lifestyle and share tips and tricks as to the various things that keep me healthy and in no need for either farmacy or doctors ever)
  • Hiking mountains is a must and long distance walking, exploring places and optionally live streaming which connecting with the world
  • Doing Kundalini Yoga once per day at best and once per week at worst and to make me actually stick to it, will overcome inhibitions and live stream. Some people might want to do it with me wherever they are in the world.
  • Exploring ketosis and intermittent fasting because body is a super machine and it needs energy boost
  • I urge everyone to get in touch and not be concerned about my crazy delays in responding. I have all of you on my mind but there is only one right point in time to be in touch properly regardless of how many times

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    Books and philosophy

  • Being an avid reader, I enjoy any philosophical, anthropological, futuristic piece of writing, sometimes I also publish my own conclusions on various topics
  • Six Memos for the Next Millennium by Italo Calvino
  • Poor Charlie's Almanack: The Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger
  • New Rules for the New Economy by Kevin Kelly
  • Anything You Want: 40 Lessons for a New Kind of Entrepreneur by Derek Sivers
  • Tools of Titans by Timothy Ferriss
  • (rereading)Biocentrism by Robert Lanza
  • (rereading)Liber Novus The Red Book by Carl Gustav Jung
  • (rereading)Beowulf - translated and interpreted Seamus Heaney

  • Updated 2.23.2017

    Inspired by Now page Movement of Derek Sivers