A virtual think tank, arts studio, colloquium, and global concept, IIACI commits acts of thought as art making, art writing, and art teaching. Calling a global community of creative thinkers to reach across the disciplines towards an innovative, twenty-first century vision of the artist, the scientist and the technologist, IIACI understands that each, individually and collectively, is intrinsically a part of the whole of our future.
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MAH: MOVING AROUND HEIDEGGER
Collaboration project in-progress by
Janeann Dill, Artist and Hank Lazer, Poet
TOP: Courtney Marr, Choreographer, and Laura Godorecci, Director's Assistant
BOTTOM: Courtney Marr, Choreographer & Dancer, Caitlin McGee, Noel Pollard
Philosophically, IIACI is
interested in experimental thinking as the art of all disciplines.
Especially, but not only, focused on the in-between spaces that
traverse disciplinary boundaries, the Institute for Interdisciplinary Art and Creative Intelligence
is a site to encourage innovative thinking, creativity, and authorship at all
levels of finesse in the fields of experimental animation, installation
art, the performance arts, the literary arts, electronic arts, drawing,
painting and cinema.
IIACI (pronounced ee-ah'chee) fosters research strategies that lead to a
sustainable Ecology of Creative Intelligence across the disciplines. You are invited to participate in this conversation to prosper a world-wide community of art-makers, authors, performing artists, scholars, and thinker-philosophers. You may opt to become involved with IIACI at the global e-list level, client program level, and/or seminar level.
IIACI's core curriculum is built upon foundational seminars in creativity. This curriculum is designed as a sequence of study to move thinking beyond the limitations of a personal comfort zone into a space that generates a more expansive creative and critical practice.Designed as seminar-based lectures at the foundational level of focus for the creative process, per se, opportunities are available to participate in secondary levels of seminar that mentor and cultivate creativity in concept development, production, and research. The "Seminar In Creativity I: What is a concept and how do you have one?" and the "Seminar In Creativity II: Concept Development and Research Strategies" are highly successful international lectures and seminars. (Dr. Dill's Curriculum Vitae)
Art in time is a breathe-of-life interest for IIACI.
You are invited to join in its realization.