Architecture, Art, and Design—are these three terms the same in meaning and context? Are they interconnected so as to be easily collaborated with in the process of being creative? As me move through the early first quarter phase of the 21st Century, a specific time period right now determined and impacted by a global pandemic, how do the terms Architecture, Art, and Design fit into the larger picture?
Brendan Dawes, the UK_based artist and designer is potentially developing/navigating a pathway not only through Covid-19 but also into the not too distant future by incorporating generative process where he “learns” by involving data, machine AI, algorithms, etc. to create.
What are your thoughts on Brendan Dawes quote:
“The difference between art and design is that design is all about answers and art is about the questions.” (Brendan Dawes, Net Magazine, 2014)
As you inch closer to finishing your course of study with a career looming on the horizon, do you want to be the designer answering the questions or the artist asking the questions? Or, perhaps, you want to be both and more! Your thoughts please…