Adedoyin Festus

Golden Curiosity

Since 1542, the Gregorian calendar has been the format used to keep track of time. Prior to 1542, other formats and representations were used by different tribes and countries. Of all the formats used previously, Gregorian seems to be the most accurate, hence it's worldwide use in daily, monthly and yearly planning. Gregorian calendars are currently represented in vertical and horizontal forms with days and dates arranged from left to right (this format is probably influenced by the way we learned to write and process information i.e (from left to right). […] Now, the crux of my talk is this question: What if we could replace the current vertical and horizontal representations of the Calendar with the Golden ratio (specifically the spiral effect) and Fibonacci sequence. Would it inspire a new kind of curiosity - a golden curiosity in Nature and Work?