Tuesday, January 24, 2017


This article about visibility was one that was very dense and full of information. I found myself needing to re-read each section or paragraph several times in order to grasp a strong idea on what was trying to be said. One of the points in the writing of Loyola Ignatius that caught my attention was that the point of departure and arrival are already established, but in-between the imagination is able to take over. I think that this relates to the idea that theres a starting point and a motive or destination in almost everything we do. When he says that this stories start with an image or a collection of images that the story weaves itself into the sequence of images.  I find this to make a lot of sense and relate to the way I tend to think, especially in the interconnection of things on two different levels. Although I had a hard time interpreting a few parts of this article, I was able to gain a few overall points and fragments of what the writer was trying to say.


  1. I agree, I had a hard time interpreting this as well. However, after reading it a few times, I found myself connecting to the reading. I too relate my thinking habits to this as well. There's always a start and an end to everything.

  2. Your post reminds me of the quote "It's not about the destination, it's about the journey" because I agree that we might know where we want to end up, but so much of the creative process can alter what happens until we reach our destination.

    1. I really like the quote that you used. I think it ties into his argument perfectly. This is why creativity and individuality is so important, because it's what makes our life and our experiences ours. Life would be so boring if we were all on the same journey and ended up at the same place.