Author Archives: julianstodd

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.

Paradigms

I’ve switched focus to a very high and broad view today, sharing an illustration of one way we can view the paradigm of the Social Age. This view is a structural one: the largest playing pieces on the board: it … Continue reading

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My Practice #3

Over the last couple of days i have attempted to share a view of my own practice, and today i’ve sketched out a more dynamic view of how it fits together: of course this is an abstraction, a sketch of … Continue reading

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My Practice #2

Yesterday i shared a narrative around my own practice, as part of a pause as i consider my own development and space. Today i will add some detail around that picture: i do this not specifically in the sense that … Continue reading

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My Practice

My work is held in a principle of #WorkingOutLoud, whereby i share my evolving thinking as i travel. It’s reflective practice and in this work some ideas solidify, whilst others remain nebulous, or fail. There is an archaeology and architecture … Continue reading

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Art Not Art #2

I’m revisiting my thinking about what constitutes Art in the age of the Art Engines, and an open question for me as to whether there is a uniquely human component of this. Specifically i am responding to challenges and ideas … Continue reading

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Berlin Walk

The edge-land spaces in Berlin are to the front of stage, easy to spot as you walk through the city by day or night. There is the obvious tension of the old and the new, and the languages in which … Continue reading

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Art Not Art

Berlin is a city of graffiti: you do not have to walk far to find something scrawled, painted, or posted upon the wall. By a human hand. It’s easy to come down on the wrong side of a debate: bound … Continue reading

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Stories from Berlin

I’m off to Berlin today: as well as some smart clothes and a good pair of boots to walk around in, i’ve packed my camera. I’ll have some time to explore, and the experience of walking round a city, ferreting … Continue reading

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Why Should We Care About Identity?

I’m excited that next week i will be sharing the Identity Project work for the very first time in a conference session. This is very early stage work, but i feel it can already provide some useful challenges and insight. … Continue reading

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Culture

To the extent that it is discernible at all, culture is held in our lived experience, framed by the architectural structures of the built environment, our behavioural and codified rituals, our systems of individual and shared belief, imbued tokens of … Continue reading

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