"the deadliest bullshit is odorless and transparent" - William Gibson

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

article from Cincom re: Improvisation.
Improve Your Business Dealings With Improvisation

Nothing new here, but the pitch for improv's value in other fields is pretty coherent and illustrated if a little corny. this opening statement stuck out for me:

"What is improvisation? Trying to explain improvisation is like trying to describe to someone how to ride a bike. The actual experience of riding a bike is much different than the description."

Is this true of everything? is all experience "much different from the description"? or is this something unique to improv and other performance?


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