Gallery: Beautiful words from TEDxMet, immortalized as art

lisaharmonmartinez:

Note-taking as an art form. AVID’s Cornell Notes just got a lot less cool but by contrast a lot more helpful. I wonder what the curve of forgetting is for these notes?

Originally posted on TED Blog:

Alice Attie, TEDxMet: Andrew Solomon, 2013

Click to zoom into this detailed image. Alice Attie, TEDxMet: Andrew Solomon , 2013

When the lights went down at TEDxMet, a TEDx event hosted by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in October, anyone looking very closely could see a tiny light in the first row, casting a dim glow on a lucite desk. The desk was created for artist Alice Attie, who sat with a piece of paper and pen in hand, drawing intently as each speaker took the stage.

The drawings were part of a project she calls Class Notes, which started as visual reimaginings of Columbia University graduate lectures on physics and philosophy. Her collaboration with the Met captured the spirit of that project, using the talks at TEDxMet as fodder for her art. As you’ll see in the gallery below, each drawing is a delicate web of words spoken during the talk, intricately arranged into a…

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