Monthly Archives: December 2011
How we perceive the space within different arrangements and scale?
PROLOGUE Amid a period of historical-worse economic crisis leaders of the major British central economic institution gather to set their actions towards the perilous event. Of the controlling elite of the semi-privately-owned Bank of England only two out of the … Continue reading
http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2011/dec/01/science-fiction-economic-collapse?fb=optOut these suggested novels should/could provide some inspiration T
The boundary condition of the City has been evolved from Roman Wall (Clear physical boundary) -> Ring of Plastic (Visible, Temporary) –> Ring of Steel (Almost Invisible, Permanent). However, the boundary condition has further evolved and the way I see is that … Continue reading
By Europe correspondent Emma Alberici Updated December 02, 2011 09:25:05 PHOTO: Stockpile warning: The Bank of England (Adrian Dennis: AFP) MAP: England British banks are being asked to increase their capital and prepare for a “systemic crisis” which might include the break-up of the eurozone. … Continue reading
The device is a machine that uses propaganda in its extreme intensity as a space-creation tool. An artificial and partially virtual space of illusion, outside of (our assumedly believable) reality and instead full to the extreme with information abuse from … Continue reading
Full lists of monuments / memorials in the City of London. It counts 198 figures in total. Approx. 1/1000 of the area of the City of London. Just about to finish this one. See you tommorow.