Creativity can be approached by placing its study and practice on three dimensions. The first is that of interiority and experience, of the inseparability between individuality and participation, of the relationship between imagination and intuition. The second regards questions, reflective thinking, hypotheses, theories. Finally, the third, that of action: attention to the active structure of perception and the factuality of thoughts, languages and representations, as well as the communicative value of the action itself. Each creative act is defined by all three dimensions, in the frame of a system in constant motion, attracted by the future, characterized by a continuous redefinition of boundaries and the interaction between order and chaos, between what is unexpressed and what is represented, between what is implicit and what is manifest.