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Open Field: Conversations on the Commons By Sarah Schultz
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George Bernard Shaw once wrote: “If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea... More > and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas.” Open Field is the Walker Art Center’s three-year experiment in participation and public space. Taking place outdoors in the summer months, the project invited artists and visitors to imagine and inhabit the museum’s campus as a cultural commons—a shared space for idea exchange, creative gatherings, and unexpected interactions. The Walker’s backyard was home to numerous activities, from conversations to performances and temporary sculptures. This volume discusses Open Field’s genesis, exploring the meaning and impact of public practice for institutions.< Less
I Am An Author: Field Trip Anthology 2012-13 (HC) By Open Books
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Prose and poetry from Open Books Adventures in Creative Writing field trips, 2012-13.
I Am An Author: Field Trip Anthology 2012-13 By Open Books
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Prose and poetry from Open Books Adventures in Creative Writing field trips, 2012-13.
Open Field Production: A Reverse Archaeology By Alastair Parvin
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Open Field Production is a project produced by Alastair Parvin at the University of Sheffield School of Architecture, under the studio brief Softpraxis; an opportunity to re-evaluate the role of the... More > architect in society. It interprets the rise of the amateur as a fundamental challenge to the embedded design values of systems and cities, and proposes an alternative to the ‘creative clusters’ planning model currently favoured by policy makers in the development of a UK ‘knowledge economy’. Using Sheffield as a case study, it anticipates the re-emergence of commons as a primary space of production, speculating with “absurd logic” upon how such a type might manifest itself in design terms. By proposing only minor distortions of existing sites, existing systems and existing hardware, it steps beyond the conventional limitations placed upon what architecture might do; abandoning the preoccupation with form in order to apply design-thinking to the continuous processes of formation.< Less
Open Field Production: A Reverse Archaeology By Alastair Parvin
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Open Field Production is a project produced by Alastair Parvin at the University of Sheffield School of Architecture, under the studio brief Softpraxis; an opportunity to re-evaluate the role of the... More > architect in society. It interprets the rise of the amateur as a fundamental challenge to the embedded design values of systems and cities, and proposes an alternative to the ‘creative clusters’ planning model currently favoured by policy makers in the development of a UK ‘knowledge economy’. Using Sheffield as a case study, it anticipates the re-emergence of commons as a primary space of production, speculating with “absurd logic” upon how such a type might manifest itself in design terms. By proposing only minor distortions of existing sites, existing systems and existing hardware, it steps beyond the conventional limitations placed upon what architecture might do; abandoning the preoccupation with form in order to apply design-thinking to the continuous processes of formation.< Less
Field of Enquiry By Rebecca Sinker, Victoria de Rijke, Howard Hollands
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The REALL Group gives an account of Field, a module for primary teacher training students which involves English, Geography, History, Religious Education, Citizenship and ICT as well as Art &... More > Design. Open-endedness is one of the cornerstones of Field. The module sets out to model disagreement, contradiction and multiple approaches.< Less
SWEET FIELDS By Niama Leslie Williams, Ph.D., Rev. Joseph William Massey
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Sweet Fields was where they met and it took her years and cataclysms to remember. She knew that he had always wanted to tell her something, something that he was bursting to say, but that he was her... More > David returned to her--well that she had no idea was looming large in his consciousness. Now she must worry if it is too late to try to find him and let him know that she is finally ready, finally strong enough, if the doorway is still open, if the spiritual connection has not grown too taut and broken.< Less
The Psalters Of The Field By David Scott
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I asked myself "Why are we in a recession?" I replied - outrageous profit margins. So,I went to the library and repriced my book to reflect my thought - my book was priced $24.00 - now... More > it's priced $20.00 (you save $4.00). Showing people you don't have to make a hefty gain in order to prosper - the race isn't won by the swift but by the one who endures to the end. Manufacturing cost - $7.15 lulu commission - $2.57 and my revenue - $10.28 - making it affordable for people, so we all can prophet - profit from it (smile). The Psalters Of The Field is a collection of inspiring and encouraging poems and songs written to uplift and rejuvenate the life and soul of everyone. I give reverence to God for opening my eyes, my mind, and my heart to the changes necessary to get my life together and help others do the same. Lend me your ears while you sit back relax and enjoy. Ten percent of my revenue earning is donated to charity (March of Dimes). I thank you and send you my love, The Author: David Scott< Less
Open Life: The Philosophy of Open Source By Henrik Ingo
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The hot topics in information technology right now are Linux and Open Source. But what does Open Source offer those, who may not see their computer as a matter of life and death? Open Life: The... More > Philosophy of Open Source spotlights the people, businesses, values and practices of the Open Source world. Divided into four parts, Open Life starts rather philosophically by comparing the concepts of openness and mean-spiritedness highlighting the latter’s devious impact on our life. Part Two explores the Open Source culture from the time Linus Torvalds began writing code for his new operating system, how he behaves as a leader, and stating the virtues of a programmer. Part Three reviews some Open Source business models and evaluates both their economic and ethical sustainability. Leaving the world of software behind, Part Four considers how open business models can be applied in fields as diverse as mining, literature, and fashion design.< Less
I Am An Author: FT Anthology 2012-13 (E) By Open Books
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Prose and poetry from Open Books Adventures in Creative Writing field trips, 2012-13.