By Heinrich von Pierer
The construction, implementation, and sustainability of recent principles is the lifeblood making sure the expansion and viability of any association. with no carrying on with innovation, aggressive virtue and worldwide marketplace percentage are endangered. Once-thriving companies can locate themselves unprepared for the longer term. a fondness for ideas gathers jointly a gorgeous record of latest idea leaders to make clear how "the new" is came across. through interviews and essays, an exhilarating and various foreign team of innovators-representing not just enterprise, but additionally technological know-how and the arts-share their insights and aid us to appreciate the method of creativity and building and the the way to flow corporations ahead in an ever-changing weather.
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I turn my material over to the viewers so they can watch it and think about it according to their own timing and rhythm, as often as they like. For example, I have reworked the story of Scheherazade from 1001 Nights for the end of the twentieth century. Even in an 8-hour ¤lm, I have no room for the 371 characters that are in the story, but there is space on the CD-ROM and on the Internet. Tulse Luper Suitcase is the story of uranium. Its number in the periodic table is 92. We therefore have 92 suitcases, all the size of a logbook, found in the airplane that dropped the bomb on Hiroshima.
Second, so many exceptional but strange seeds will be offered to us. Why not be bold and mix in a few unknown ones with our own and see what happens? We only have to set up a net so that we can catch it all when it blossoms and bears fruit. Third, we need a healthy environment: a macroclimate that keeps government and society out of the sanctuary where questioning can take place and requires that we engage ourselves publicly; Novitas ante Portas and a microclimate that provides enormous creative possibilities.
And yet at the same time, you challenge the viewer with completely new images . . We are in danger of losing the old languages of forms. But—and this is probably typically postmodern—we must be able to recapitulate and re-record these old languages in order to remain conscious of their historical continuity. In my ¤lms, one can see that I am a dyedin-the-wool atheist, but I always had the best grades in theology. In all other arts except for ¤lm, there were profound revolutions in the twentieth century.
A Passion for Ideas: How Innovators Create the New and Shape Our World by Heinrich von Pierer