As a research organization, our focus is on gathering relevant data and its synthesis through finding relevant patterns.  CARVAE rigorously tests its findings through varied experiential methods – such as prototyping (both physical and meta-conceptual).

Organizational and Procedural Pillars:

Rigorous Inquiry

  1. research that might be academic marketing or self-expressive in nature referential and non-referential 
  2. research (referential in sources/quotations as well as in attitude towards the existing system) 
  3. questions and theories stated and problem-solved in the quest for a meaningful resolution.

Expressive Logic
Even logical inquiries require expressive, faith-based leaps in its procedures.  CARVAE’s goal is the regulation of these leaps of faith, formatting them properly through the intuitive in order for the logical to be fully expressed within the framework of an inquiry.

CARVAE relies on collaborative, crowd-sourced, de-centralized creative production.  Only through a multi-POV system of perspectives can a more effective inquiry occur.  Through averaging this multiplicity of opinions into the mean of one organizational system, CARVAE seeks a more veracious outcome to any of its inquiries.

A system (a body) of information/content and products/objects, build progressively through rigorous inquiry and crowd-sourced opinion, expressed through faith-aware logical methodologies.


The flow chart below shows CARVAE’s methodical approach to general and specific inquiries.

Types of Inquiries (Proposal Formats)

academic inquiry / researched / heavily referential / language as the determinator with graphs and visuals to illustrate a point

a model (expressed in formats best suited for the inquiry) … conceptual or physical experiment, testing a particular theorem or a hypothetical situation.  could be submitted in documented form, but live / spectacular experiences are always more welcome

_viz graphs, or visualization (info)graphics 
could include, but not limited to such visual formats as data visualization, vision boards, moodboards, graphical statistical presentation, documentation essays.