Alexander McQueen, orchestra auditions and cave paintings

Jun 14, 11:28 PM

In episode 4, we talk about creativity, equality and ancient civilisation. Our three figures are Alexander McQueen, 25 Nationalities are represented in the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Niaux cave paintings.

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Figure 1: Alexander McQueen

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“When I am dead and gone people will know that the 21st century was started by Alexander McQueen” - Review of the V&A Exhibition ‘Savage Beauty,’ Charlotte Lorimer

McQueen, directed by Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui

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Figure 2: 25 Nationalities are represented in the London Philharmonic Orchestra

BBC presenter Andrew McGregor interviews Vladimir Jurowski, conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra

The Benefits And Shortcomings Of Blind Hiring In The Recruitment Process, John Feldmann

How blind auditions help orchestras to eliminate gender bias, Curt Rice

Blink: The Power of Thinking without Thinking, Malcolm Gladwell

Blink and The Wisdom of Crowds, Malcolm Gladwell

The Musicians of the LPO:

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Figure 3: Niaux cave paintings

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