1. Geordie Keitt
  2. Trans-disciplinary
  3. Wednesday, 30 September 2020
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I believe that "below" is as important as "above", and that trans-disciplinarity can also be interpreted as an invitation to explore the foundation layers below disciplines. An image that I use is of a seismic activity recorder, which recognizes and transcribes movement in the earth's crust even from the other side of the world, via transduction. Building a house on sand is a great way to cut yourself off from all information about the rest of the world that is constantly transmitted via the earth beneath your feet. Building a house on rock gives access to that information, connecting you strongly to all other parts of the disciplinary world.

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