Nick Barham recounts times of chaos at the start-up school -- the Portland Incubator Experiment, and what this creative mess can teach us.

Originally published in PSFK’s Need To Know Magazine Volume 1.

When we interviewed Nick Barham, the Global Director of W+K Tomorrow, for our Need To Know magazine, he explained what the Portland Incubator Experiment, an incubator for start-ups and a hack space  run out of W+K Portland, can teach W+K (and others!) about evolving creativity:

We have never tried to pretend that creativity isn’t messy or difficult. We often talk about chaos as the energy behind creativity. Without chaos, nothing new emerges.

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