FROM THE SOIL OF WARM DATA
A RANDOM SERIES OF CONVERSATIONS ABOUT AND WITHIN THE CONCEPT, THE EXPERIENCE AND EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENS WITHIN WARM DATA
What does that mean? How does it happen? Why do we need it? What is the theory behind it? What is the process? What does it do? How does it come alive...
PLEASE NOTE: this are conversations that you are able to listen only LIVE as it will be happening. There are no recordings available, becuase... well... the data is not alive anymore.
Each time the podcast is actually on TWICE!
Once it is LIVE version, once it is a SCREENING with one host.
That is happening in TWO DIFFERENT TIMES, to make it available for different time zones.
NEXT PODCAST date February 5th 2021!!!
Our thread for the conversations will be: JUST THIS SECOND
PLEASE REGISTER FOR THE PODCAST HERE!!!
February 5th, 9.30 CET
EXCEPTIONALLY ANOTHER LIVE VERSION:
It feels natural because it is on the thread just this second:
February 10th, 19.00 CET
In the soil with
A body of thinking from three generations of great minds that have been exploring and inviting life, curiosity and unprecedented possibilities.
William Bateson was a biologist and evolutionary theorist who was best known in his time for rediscovering and defending the genetic paradigm of Gregor Mendel.
Gregory Bateson 20th century thinker, philosopher. He made significant contributions to several sciences — anthropology, cybernetics, psychiatry, and, most important of all, to the new interdisciplinary field of cognitive science, which he pioneered. But perhaps even more important is the fact that he championed a new way of thinking, which is extremely relevant to our time — thinking in terms of relationships, connections, patterns, and context. As we replace the Newtonian metaphor of the world as a machine by the metaphor of the network, and as complexity becomes a principal focus in science, the kind of systemic thinking that Bateson advocated is becoming crucial.
Nora Bateson an award-winning filmmaker, lecturer, writer and educator, as well as President of the International Bateson Institute, based in Sweden. Her work asks the question “How we can improve our perception of the complexity we live within, so we may improve our interaction with the world?”.
RELATIONSHIPS THAT IS BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO GROW, FROM ALL OF THE HOSTS...
NORA BATESON the warm data founder and grounder
INA KUKOVIC BOROVNIK co-host of curiosity within warm data
REILLY DOW - the human behind the art of this page and the podcast non-verbal world
People about WARM DATA and the PNP process
Starting a shared journey. Not a one-off meeting. A generative and generous space to explore with deep trust. Speaking from a place where I don’t know what to say, I feel it. In a world full of paradoxes and inconsistencies. Not solving them, exploring them. The tenderness in the vulnerable, in the curious. To shift to be in the present. Tending the soil to create the conditions for serendipity.
Intentioning not the trees, intentioning the nourishing of the soil.
Being trustful and in confusion is essential in life, to be awake, to be present, to be surprised. Having the courage to trust ourselves and to trust each other. The cloth we are weaving in PNP is profound. Participating in something not fully formed. To be in process of the process is perhaps the difference that makes the difference.
A beautiful, aware, trusting peloton of possibilities. Silence is very useful. Like wandering down a forest path. The revisiting of questions. The different light, the feel of the soil, the smell of the undergrowth, the warmth of the space. The weave of learning.
Scott Williams, Switzerland
A thickening of the unsaid integrity--
Starting in small fringes that link and recircuit
finding unfound mixtures.
Re-soaking the past.
Until their softness
is sticky vitality.
Like the richness of soil,
the ensembling is teeming with nuances sticking to other nuances.
Following entirely undrawable paths.
The unusual textures, the surprises,
--in the wordless sea of how we are.
The resonances and rhythms have their own current.
In the rich probiotics of fresh tones.
Made together, without goals.
This is not collaboration, this is composting.
This kind of new life is not a restructure.
It is a reunion.
It is not a plan.
It is a nourishing.