The human mind is a complex structure and is but one dimension of our semiosphere. The mind is often a dominant force or energy in the creation of our environment.
Matter represents the physical presence of the non-human world – our external environment consisting of energy, chemistry, and biological processes.
Communication systems are networked layers of media forming an infrastructure of languages, interfaces, apparatuses, and platforms linking all aspects of life.
Learn about the Theory of Mind, Matter, and Media as a new approach to how we perceive the world and ourselves within it. How we communicate and intra-act with each other and with our environment has great impact on our material world and our conscious ‘reality.’ Through workshops and resources you can begin to learn, experience, and apply new perspectives.
Information is complex, multi-dimensional, interdisciplinary, and systemic. Language systems can be perceptually fragmented, negatively impacting environmental performance within critical resource management systems including waste management. Linguistic systems impact cognitive, material, and communicative functions collectively within any phenomenon. The semiosphere unifies diverse, and dynamic dimensions of information, where space, time, Mind, Matter, and Media form intra-connected systems and patterns.
Architectural design services and consulting can be applied to your project, be it a larger community based planning approach to urban or rural systems, or environments. A systems-based approach is applied as a core design thinking method, where a variety of outcomes, systems and services can be provided to accomplish your project goals. Systems thinking integrates user experiences, with constructed spatial environments as well as the best practices in natural resource management at a variety of local, regional or global scales.
I am an Intra-disciplinary Designer working as a multi-media educator, architect, artist, and builder with experience producing works of architecture, landscape architecture, community planning and development, custom design-build constructions, and creative 2D and 3D media. My focus is in design thinking and complexity science, using communications theory and methodology to solve intricately complex problems. Outcomes range from architectural, organizational, educational, communicative, technological and environmental constructs. An organic whole is always sought in order to create natural and optimal experiences for individuals and communities alike.
Aaron Kadoch – firstname.lastname@example.org