Joint Cognitive Whiteboard explores the challenge of creating when a mental map is missing.
A shared spatial model.
We suspect that this need for a shared spatial model is essential to release creative potential, in what is described by Soya, as a Third Space.
The mind maps resting on the two originating intersecting planes are not negated, but are now augmented by a deeper understanding - with creative tension - as ideas on an imaginary shared third plane are formed. An experience which reveals new possibility and new relationship. An experience that Soya calls "spatial trialectics".