#2 Starting Question


“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” – Albert Einstein
This quote allows us to see how important an Imagination is.
However, today, most of the information we consume served “hot”.
How’s it affects our way of thinking? Is it true that people become more passive than before? less imaginative? or even lack of imagination?
How do we encourage them to be more active? To become less narrative? changing the way of story telling to subjective point of view?



Subjective point of view (can be through narration in a book, camera angle in video) is a “boat” that deliver us to the real message of a the work. Whether it’s delivered or not, this perspective gives a particular experience to the reader/spectator.

How is this point of view affects audience’s experience?


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