HOW TO SEE INVISIBLE THINGS (Impressions, experiments and questions from artists, scientists and other people with imagination) by Isabel Minhós Martins and Madalena Matoso
The world needs us to sit and talk about many subjects: climate change, wealth distribution, disinformation, teaching methods used in schools, how we manage our time.
How can we find solutions to so many problems? What can we do to improve everyone’s lives? As we’ll see in this book, imagination and creativity can be part of the solution.
But what is imagination and what is it for, after all? Is it related to creativity? Where can each of them lead us? On the other hand, can creativity be learnt? Is it inherited? How can you tell a good idea from a weaker idea? And what can you do when you don’t have ideas?
In this book, we behold the many stages of a creative process: we go out to the world, searching for aspects that can influence creativity; we put the spotlight on science, art and school; and we challenge readers with stories and experiments inspired by scientists, artists and other people with a lot of imagination.
Get on board!
Author: Isabel Minhós Martins and Madalena Matoso
Publisher: Planeta Tangerina.
Size: 22 x 17 cm.