"If you aren’t big enough to stand criticism, you’re too small to be praised"
Our client is both a national and international institution committed to the principle that the way they see art should reflect the diverse range of audiences and partners, as well as of artistic practice today. Research is the foundation for… Continue Reading →
Simplexity were invited by the Better Regulation Executive, part of the UK Government’s Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, to present one of their internal lunchtime seminars.
At the Institute of Business Consulting Awards 2009, Simplexity was delighted to be recognised as a finalist in Best International Project for its work with the Government and people of the Caribbean island of Aruba.
We long for simplicity and satisfaction. Simplexity therefore stands for a balance between the growing complexity of daily life and our own personal satisfaction. In order to attain this state, we have to stop always striving to make optimal decisions. In the future, it will be more important to make judgments that are just good enough.
Professor Petter Wipperman (2006) ARS Electronica, translated from German by Jennifer Taylor-Gaida
Simplexity: in systems theory a term for the emergence of simple features as a direct (though possibly highly intricate) consequence of a system of rules.
Cohen, J. & Stewart, I (1994) The Collapse of Chaos: Discovering Simplicity in a Complex World New York: Penguin, p399