Creativity is the capability of making a creation. It is to metaphorically splash the white paper in order to bring something alive that didn’t exist in the past. The creative process, travels through an opening phase, an exploratory one and a closing one. It is not lineal, although maths can make ideas dance. It is not replicable because it looks for most unique and personal aspects, originality comes from the origin. It is playful and very serious. Fragmented and Kaleidoscopic. Entropic and methodological. It is able to spark all the corners of human actions: emotions, understanding, communication, managing and existing. It is the permeable membrane between you and the world.
What are the trends in visual and performing arts in relation to other disciplines such as science, mathematics and technology?
How can we talk about maths through the body and movement? How can we let ourselves be seduced by the imaginary of measurements, numbers and patterns?
How can we co-create inspiring and fun informative material with teachers and professors?
How can we relate science to culture? Can we re-establish the connection?
What is the narrative capacity of scientific experiments? How do we illustrate catastrophes from physical and chemical properties and reactions? How can we integrate science into the characteristic stage language of Agrupación Señor Serrano?
How can we explore human perception with a contemporary dance piece that plays with elements both scenic and purely physical such as space, time, light, sound and movement?
What does illustration mean and what has it meant for the medical sciences? How can primary school students complement an exhibition of medicine, history and art?
How can we explore neuroscience concepts with the body in movement?
Can we find the essence of the artistic process in order to bring it closer to learning environments as has been done with the scientific method and design thinking? What makes artistic thought special?
Is learning just something of the mind? What do our bodies and movement contribute to learning?
How are artistic research and scientific research related? How do artists understand? How does visual representation influence scientific understanding? What is the implication of the concept of reproducibility or copy in art and science?
How can we create a new artistic proposal using the materials submitted by participants to the Inspiraciencia 2013 scientific narrative competition? How do we provide a creative and plural return on investment for all participants on the day of the awards ceremony?
How does painting influence the emotional state of primates? What is aesthetics? What is creativity? What differentiates humans from other primates? What can the paintings of other primates tell us?
Which are the most appropriate structures and strategies to promote the creation of transdisciplinary projects? What are they like and what patterns appear when studying a large number of experiences and visions about interdisciplinary work?