Issue Details: First known date: 2015 2015
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  • Research background

    'How to write like painting? This question led to investigating creativity in terms of biosemiotics and complexity theory, and an understanding of ‘mind’ as different to ‘idea’. Biosemiotics describes life, from molecule to song, as a web of complex nonlinear evolutionary feedback systems of sign relations (Sebeok and UmikerSebeok 1992, Wheeler 2011). Contemporary bio/semiotics is in its youth, especially in its relations with, and applications to, other disciplines and/or fields of practice (Kalevi and Velmezova 2014).'

  • Author's note: – after Pablo Picasso’s painting Autoportrait, December 1901, Paris

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