I was very inspired this exhibit (http://www.mocacleveland.org/exhibitions/ferran-adrià-notes-creativity) at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland. It has caused me to try to take notes in a more visual way, and it has really caused me to think about the way we tend to silo our personal and professional lives. The images themselves are great to have, but the best part of the book is the interview with Adria that opens it. In it, he talks about the language of cooking and the way constantly asking the question “why?” helps him reconsider everything about how cooking happens, not only the food that is made, but also the tools we use to make and eat it. Richard Hamilton’s essay is interesting, but Adria’s ideas about creativity and its implications for education interested me the most.