Dim Lighting Sparks Creativity

“Darkness increases freedom from constraints, which in turn promotes creativity,” report Anna Steidle of the University of Stuttgart and Lioba Werth of the University of Hohenheim. A dimly lit environment, they explain in the Journal of Environmental Psychology, “elicits a feeling of freedom, self-determination, and reduced inhibition,” all of which encourage innovative thinking.

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Atoms For Peace – Ingenue

Thom Yorke performing interpretive dance with contemporary dancer Fukiko Takase for the second single off the band’s debut album “Amok”. Directed by Garth Jennings, choreography by Wayne McGregor.