October 26, 9:00am - 11:00am WIB. Hosted at UNIKOM
part of a series on Chaos
About the speaker
Iqbal Aribaskara has dabbled in drawings since his youth. Stretching from random scribbles to website graphics and even architecture.
To this day, he has started a number of design initiative. Along with his colleagues, he co founded Oray Studios and Plexus Techdev Studio, to name a few you might recognize.
He believed in the idea of pursuing success together with the people around him. Uniting diverse individualities into one unified vision.
Quite a feat to be done, for we are all our own chaos.
When you think of chaos, you might think of utter confusion, a jumbled mess, destruction, or Slack being down. But previously the word “chaos” had a different meaning. In ancient Greece, writers and thinkers described chaos as more of an abyss, an empty void that existed before life. It wasn’t until the 1600s, when it was adopted by the English language, that it grew undertones of mass confusion or pain. Life, by nature, is chaotic. And the human brain is beautifully designed to turn chaos into order. Whether through storytelling, art, or through the veneer of self-delusions, we’re built to handle the randomness and uncertainty of daily life. When a tornado rips through town, one person may see chaos where another sees a fresh start. So, then, a creative addendum: We are in control of the story we tell ourselves about the events that unfold before us. We can view chaos as a freight train hitting our soul or we can see it as a catalyst for clarity. This month’s global exploration of Chaos is presented globally by MailChimp .It was chosen by our Tijuanachapter ,and illustrated by ERABOY