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.

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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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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. 

Knowledge Project Management

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

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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.”