Smart and stupid
French director Francois Truffaut use to highlight the importance to close almost entirely the window, if you want to direct a movie. These are the days of smart people, with small windows and prompt claims: fast, connected, effective. Some experiences fit perfectly with these people, some others don’t. Aesthetic Intelligence is based on the value of questions and doesn’t necessarily appreciates readiness. Aesthetic Intelligence isn’t very smart, neither it is stupid.
Here is the original New Yorker feature where the above clever picture comes from.