The day I spent at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore created a near-constant release of endorphins in my brain.
I felt compelled to write something about it. I tried to get my creative juices flowing so I could paint a picture about what I had experienced.
But after several hours trying to get something creative out, nothing came. Typically things that cause me to write allow for free-flowing thought, not a complete absence of coherent exploration.
Late last night though, I realized nothing substantive would come of anything I wrote. Each moment I thought about how creative the ArtScience Museum was simply created a vacuum of creativity in my mind.
Even though I was no longer standing within its beauty and star-struck by the creativity housed therein, it was causing a vortex in my own mind.
So I’m simply going to show you what transfixed me.
“Will robots inherit the earth? Yes, but they will be our children.” – Marvin Minsky
“There’s only one difference between art and science. In science, the Universe is in control. In art, you are.” – Harry Kyoto, Nobel Prize in Chemistry