GK ROWE

business design principal


GK specializes in strategic creative development with a focus in neuroscience and neuroaesthetics.  His design concepts and models incorporate the psychological behavior of people in relationship to business cultures, experiences and aesthetic environments.  GK works with both independent and fortune 500 companies in various phases of business development.

GK is an adjunct faculty member at the Art Institute of Indianapolis, and has served the creative community in the following positions:

Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Contemporary Affiliate, Board of Directors: Past-President
TedX Steering Committee 2013: Member
Herron School of Art and Design, Board of Directors:  At-Large
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful:  Board of Directors: At-Large
Stutz Business Center Association: Advisory board member
National Arts Education Association: Member
 

You can tell a lot about a person by their favorite sensory experiences.
 

GK’S SENSORY PROFILE:
Smell:  A burnt match or a freshly copied ditto.
Touch:  Pulling a weed…root and all.
Sight:  Watching paint being squeezed from a tube or splattered on a canvas.
Sound:  European accent. A slight echo from a room with tall ceilings.  My grandmother’s screen door slamming shut.
Taste:  Wick’s sugar cream pie.
Intuition/Inspiration:  Women over the age of 80 – educated, wise and witty.
Humor:  A slap in the face.
 

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