Chapter from Navigating the Unknown: The Creative Process in Contemporary Performing Art.
Nobel science laureate Richard Feynman once remarked that ‘it does no harm to the mystery to understand a little about it’. He was talking about the universe, and about how reassuringly inadequate our theories are in the face of its enormous complexity. Romantic sensibilities need not worry: the wonder is not impugned by a few human thoughts. And so it must be with creativity. There are a few creative people who fear that thinking about their creative process will make it fall apart. Happily not in ResCen, where an interest in understanding creativity lives happily alongside a variety of highly creative and successful careers.
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