PolymathA polymath (Greek: πολυμαθής, polymathēs, “having learned much”; Latin: homo universalis, “universal man”)[1] is an individual whose knowledge spans a substantial number of subjects, known to draw on complex bodies of knowledge to solve specific problems. – Wikipedia


Perspectivea way of looking at or thinking about something – Merriam-Webster


Eddie Farrell

Eddie employs collaborative structures throughout his work. He is a painter, exploring the role of visual thinking in our everyday lives.

Eddie’s perspectives expand the horizons of our work on political economy. He invariably asks challenging questions and raises issues which few have previously considered.

Alex Nikolov

Alex has 30 years proven enterprise experience in telecommunications and related technologies.

Alex’s perspectives on structures, art, language, money and changes driven by evolving data, communication, distributed ledger and other technologies help to expand our understanding and accelerate co-creative development.

Clive Menzies

Clive’s experience encompasses a wide range of management positions within the financial services and technology sectors, augmented by his understanding of political economy and the universe derived from co-creative research, analysis and thinking since 2012.


“How it works also offers a useful metaphor that might help individuals to understand their potential influence and importance, therefore, to act more decisively within large societies.”

Thinking and Making

gainfully unemployed from the Henningham’s Maximum Wage event

In June 2016, “Gainful Unemployment” followed the Maximum Wage event in March of that year which engaged some 300 people in thinking and making.

At the William Morris Gallery

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