The Camel Riddle

Cross-disciplinary work traces the edges of a larger reality that no one discipline can know completely. Over the years I developed curious shorthand to begin conversations about this bigger picture with colleagues in the sciences – one playful tack has taken on the affectionate name, “The Camel Riddle.” It started in grad school when I

Invited to offer feedback during the New Art/Science Affinities Booksprint

Studio For Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, February 18, 2011 Natalie Settles had the pleasure of offering feedback on the exciting booksprint led by curator Andrea Grover surveying current work at the art/science/technology interface. The booksprint is a fast an furious way of cataloguing the history and current interdisciplinary work among these fields to create a publication