So, I'm having trouble with my very first OS signpost which is Conceiving in terms of Instinct, Senses, Interpretation and Conditioning
I'd like to use the famous billionaire artist from a previous thread as a kind of playgound for this.
The artist puts on an exhibition of a new building plan for the city, and this is a problem because it shows the public what kind of potential the city has and puts the city planners to shame because they have already allocated kickbacks to their cronies in property development. Basically, the artist's ideas upset the balance of power in the city.
This new city plan in terms of Instinct:
I can't for the life of me see where Instinct would pose a problem within this scenerio. So, let's see....the artist's instinct is to create. The city planner's instinct is to take the easy, safe way out. Each profession has its own instinct. So, is it that instincts clash? If so....
Instinct is a problem because the artist can't help but build prototypes of his ideas and display them throughout the city. The police officers deem the protoypes as a hazard to public safety and remove the prototypes which makes the artist think they are trying to shut him down. So he starts digging around for answers and making calls to the mayor.
Senses: touch, smell, hearing are a problem because - stuck.
Interpretation - again stuck.
Conditioning - the city residents like the artist's unusual ideas and decide to wage a campaign in support of the artist. At night, graffiti artists start defacing old buildings with political messages. During the day, activists inundate the mayor's office with calls demanding they consider the artist's ideas for a new and improved city. The residents realise they can demand better now that they see what is possible.
What do you think? Is this even on the right track?