23 / M. We (?) with “reality” through sense-perception the continuous application of different organs brings about the notion we know of as space and time. There two are both containers of a holistic (?) notion of Bey (?). However our reality, sometimes as unconscious, sometimes conscious of directing our attention “some parts”, i.e. “categorized”, gives us instances of where we know or have a specific grasp of. This specific grasp, subordinate to the whole of ’reality’, which enables us to construct a web of related concepts upon reality is an unfolding of an into, roughly speaking.
22 / F. My drawing is intended to convey the collective nature of information… especially in 2017. We all create, judge and consume information, and its this process which produces information to begin with. I’ve also tried to convey the immateriality of “information” as an abstract concept, and its significance to our entire world system. Information is anything… and maybe everything.
21 / Choose Not to Identify. This drawing depicts the information of two scholars and travellers inside the Mongol Empire during the 13th century, one Persian and one Russian. I have chosen to illustrate this sort of scene to show that information is a force that can bring people together and create connections. Information and its spread breaks down traditional barriers and allows for people to learn more about themselves and one another. I chose to use the Mongol Empire to illustrate this because [it] was an era of unprecedented communication and saw the spread of information and knowledge across Eurasia. It saw disparate and unique cultures interacting and co-existing, sharing knowledge and learning from one another.