Mine includes a lot of developments in science and mathematics and music — sampling… Read More. Chapter two is complete! More info below and on my comics classroom… Read More. District Comics A while back, award-winning science comics writer and great guy Jim Ottaviani invited me to collaborate with him on a story he was writing for the anthology District Comics — an unconventional history of Washington, D. Microsoft Exhibition Wrap Back from an amazing trip in Seattle and sharing a little update on all that went on in the exhibition and talk at Microsoft Research — Building
How to Dance Your Dissertation: A sort of comic, prepared for a catalog for a forthcoming exhibition at Macy Gallery at Teachers College. Retrieved from ” https: Now it gets handed over to voters — those with some connection to the…. Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Society. This post was set to go out on the solstice until an internet outage prevented it.
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Nick Sousanis (Columbia University)
Finished up a long first day of MoCCAfest — plenty of good conversations and interest in expanding what comics can do. But first, a few bits of news… New interview with me by Pedro Moura on the origins of Unflattening, my process, challenges, and more in The Comics Alternative. The sequel to the first installment on artistic development in children prepared for Dr.
If you know someone in the area — send them over! My return to making comics was triggered by an invitation to participate in a political art show in Detroit on the eve of the election. Eousanis to Dance Your Dissertation: A lengthy stint of jury duty has delayed some updates here — but a few things.
Five Talks Six Days! Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Society.
Of late, this blog has started to transform into a blog proper — instead of solely serving as a repository for new comics. Sharing just a single new page dissertatjon week, along with process sketches that led to the recently released page on the sequential nature of comics.
Choice, Kenyon Reviews, Student Work This time out, I share some work from my comics as a way of thinking course, which just wrapped.
Seeing Red, Feeling Blue A comic about divisions and over-simplification in four pages. The Invisible Art has….
They did a wonderful job — this and the Korean edition are the only two translations thus far to have a different cover made from repurposed interior art. Morna wrote up her reflections incorporating some nkck of my work…. In my sketches, the sandals…. Discussions of interdisciplinarity Ok, off today for the third conference of the month — another chance to talk comics!
Given the theme of threads that emerged early in creating this piece, Arachne was one of the few players I had in mind from the beginning. Cosmology of Ideas A sort of comic, prepared for a catalog for a forthcoming exhibition at Macy Gallery at Teachers College.
Grateful for all the support…. I did my masters there well, two…. More info on Harvard UP’s site here.
Unflattening – Spin Weave and Cut
Going forward, I’ll be posting all content on the new site. We were asked to draft a postmodern take on a fairy tale or myth. My newest piece for the Boston Globe Ideas section came out October 3!
The trek included a few solo…. After Chapter Three dealt heavily with the distinction between visual and verbal modes, and some theorizing on the capacities of the comics form, this chapter dealt with perception, how drawing works, the creative process in general and sousanls more particularlyand sought to expand the notion of what thinking is. Chrysalis This comic created in summer ofwas the first one I made entirely digitally.
First up, this page on the simultaneity of the comics page is the only page that borrows an existing composition nearly note for note, specifically a page from my journal… Read More.
This piece was first created literally out of a block box of wood sliced in 8 pieces drawn on with a Sharpie for an art fundraiser in Grosse Pointe, MI. Very cool — grateful to all for the support. First time a comic has won or even been considered for this award! Plugging away at Chapter 5, addressing the imagination as way of seeing.
How many PhDs can say that about their dissertations?