Feel honored to moderate one of Simon Fraser University Philosopher's Cafe. My topic is Aesthetic, a public discussion about visual languages and emotional states of the surrounding World. This is my first presentation in the series of three upcoming events.
If one would tell you "I believe in you" and then "I believe in humanity", linguistically these two phrases are equal in their function, they are proportional. But the difference between them is a SCALE. If the first sentence is concrete and is a matter of "now and here" referring to a motivation on a personal level, the second is abstract, generalized and is stated as an attitude.
This leap from a concrete and immediate to a higher level of abstraction and generalization is a sphere of philosophical.
In other words, philosophy is an operation of universalities, which are general notions, a common characteristic of the class of objects, senses, or notions.
Uslon Life-Saving Swimwear project was published on world's first and most popular digital architecture and design magazine Designboom, that is based in Milan, Beijing and New York and has gained a global reach of 4 million readers and 450.000 newsletter subscribers.
Two top prizes from one of the most influential Design Award Competition in the World. A'Design Award honored our design with Golden and Silver Prizes. The projects are Uslon Swimwear (Gryaznov, Semenko) is for life-saving, while Danko Sweater is about live-inspiring.
A' Design Award and Competition is delighted to announce that the protective equipment design Uslon by Valery Griaznov and Katerina Semenko has been granted the renowned Golden A' Design Award at Safety Clothing and Personal Protective Equipment Design Award Category.
A' Design Accolade is pleased to announce that the project Sweater Danko for People with Flaming Hearts by Katerina Semenko has been granted the prestigious Silver A' Design Award at Fashion, Apparel and Garment Design Award Category.
My new design lecture "Modest Doctrine of Designer Existence", that will be on this Thursday, April 21st, 7pm to 9pm at 422 Richards St #300, Vancouver, BC.
"The chances of both us and the Earth being in existence in this universe are one out of billions, and yet we exist. Just as how nature creates life from nothing, the same great pieces of art such as Bach's Sonata BWV 1001, Tolstoy's War and Peace, and Raphael's Sistine Madonna are created among the prose and routine. Whether a miracle will happen or not, it is a designer's unspoken duty to continuously seek for the impossible. Otherwise, the salt will lose its saltiness."