7 steps of creative thinking: Raphael DiLuzio at TEDxDirigo

7 steps of creative thinking: Raphael DiLuzio at TEDxDirigo

is a serial artist, entrepreneur and professor. He is currently developing two start-ups, creating a new program in Design Science at USM, while still maintaining his studio practice. His art is centered in visual image making, primarily in the relation between traditional studio art and digital time-based media. His interest lies in reconnecting a historical praxis in painting with technology. The result is live digital performances, time-based projected paintings, installation, and visualization. Raphael actively writes and publishes his theories on, Creative Intelligence, Design Science, working in a time-based medium as well as critically examining how these emerging media affect our culture. He currently resides in Maine.

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    Rafael Sbeghen Senise says:

    Great Talk! Thank you for sharing

    #1Lazer says:

    I am blessed to be a part of an artist's work. His name was Paul Dickerson, he has a drawing I love… just two words "use gravity". Now if you just think about gravity, okay it's a scientific law. But if you go beyond and think about using gravity while creating art… now it gets interesting.

    Dr santosh sah says:

    Step1 Forming Question
    step2 Research
    step3 basterd stage
    stage4 stage of gestation
    step5 Eureca moment
    Step6 process of making it real
    Step7 Stage of testing and criticism

    hassan zephaniah says:

    thank you for inspire us to become creative

    Maria Meade says:

    You kind man, are just wonderful. I love your thoughts and your journey is just amazing! You are also very right and fear is the main stumbling block for many people including me. Trying to tackle that which is what brought me to your video. Thank you for posting this. It's 5 years later and it's still very relevant and I expect will be timeless.
    Big Hugs!! Reeah.

    MARTIN BARNES says:

    Amazing presentation – thank you so much

    Raphael Diluzio says:

    Hello All, I want to thank you for watching my video on the creative process and getting over 300,000 hits I am going to be teaching a course nest fall, "The Art of Creativity," There will be an online portal for the class if anyone is interested leave a message here I will get you info.

    Best — Raphael

    cherrio291 says:

    Bravo!  You have much to teach, inspire and communicate!  Never mind the concussions…. they don't detract from your message and courage and maybe even contribute

    bogen broom says:

    Ideas worth spreading and using critical thinking ,try this – The Earth is Flat !
    Start here – '200 proofs the Earth is not a spinning Ball '……by Eric Dubay .

    Padbok Thaicuisine says:

    great talk.

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