New Transdisciplinary Visualities as an Alternative to Redistribute the Power of Thought
Bustamante argues that the promotion of new ways of thinking through the visual and above all through transdisciplinarity could alter the ways of interpreting, reproducing, and constructing realities that are available to us as a species. After reviewing historical antecedents of her work in the area of transdisciplinary visualities in Latin America and Europe, the author proposes the development of new methodologies, based in semiotics, for collaboration between artists and scientists to create new visualities with the goal of provoking alternative, nonlinear, alogical modes of thought, perception, and communication.
transdisciplinarity, visual thinking, knowledge production, art and science
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 33, No. 2 (2006): 165-170