Knowledge Designer

Design Thinking with novel concepts such as Cultural Data Analytics to plan and implement new Knowledge Frameworks.

Celso Singo Aramaki

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2010 – 2014 Celso Singo Aramaki Noograms

Celso SingoAramaki is a Visual Artist, Interaction, Information and Knowledge Designer. Developed interactivity design for cultural and artistic contents databases in Tokyo. Executive Producer and entrepreneur for a variety of business projects in technology + art + design for digital contents frameworks.

Knowledge Projects Consultant

Knowledge Designer in Cultural Data Analytics projects for the creation, dissemination and preservation of new Knowledge Landscapes.

2006 – 2010 Celso Singo Aramaki Fluxstreets MicroBranding

Celso SingoAramaki is a Visual Artist, Interaction, Information and Knowledge Designer. Developed interactivity design for cultural and artistic contents databases in Tokyo. Executive Producer and entrepreneur for a variety of business projects in technology + art + design for digital contents frameworks.

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Knowledge Project Management

Knowledge Project Management Project Management of experts from diverse fields of Knowledge.

Celso Singo Aramaki

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Celso Singo Aramaki is a visual artist, interaction and information designer. Develops Knowledge Design and Cultural Data Analytics for Knowledge Frameworks Projects in New York, Tokyo and other cities. 

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2015 – 2020 Celso Singo Aramaki QNeuron

Celso SingoAramaki is a Visual Artist, Interaction, Information and Knowledge Designer. Developed interactivity design for cultural and artistic contents databases in Tokyo. Executive Producer and entrepreneur for a variety of business projects in technology + art + design for digital contents frameworks.

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Jeffrey Schnapp: Knowledge Design

“The phrase Knowledge Design describes the situation in the contemporary arts and humanities that most engages me as a “digital humanist”: the fact that the form that knowledge assumes can no longer be considered a given. The tools of humanistic inquiry have become as much objects of research and experimentation as have modes of dissemination.”