Innovating to effect the discipline of deductive proof in Ancient Greek mathematics by mixing words and visuals; to accomplish the compromises needed in the conduct of an elected monarchy in sixteenth century Denmark; to lubricate the workings of a public-private partnership in contemporary Denmark; and to inspire a baroque style of empirical analysis in the contemporary academic discipline of science and technology studies. These are the sites of innovation that figure in our paper (albeit some more fleetingly than others). We connect them by embroidering each with that ‘now you see it, now you don’t’ thread of innovation in mixing words and visuals.
|Title of host publication||Modes of Knowing|
|Subtitle of host publication||Resources from the Baroque|
|Editors||John Law, Evelyn Ruppert|
|Place of Publication||Manchester|
|Number of pages||223|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2016|
Verran, H., & Ross Winthereik, B. (2016). Innovation with Words and Visuals: A Baroque Sensibility. In J. Law, & E. Ruppert (Eds.), Modes of Knowing: Resources from the Baroque (pp. 197).  Manchester: mattering Press.