Monthly Archives: November 2012
Missing is part of Coexist, an exhibition cycle at the Sonos Studio in Los Angeles that attempts to explore the “relationship between man and machine.” The Missing part of that exhibit, on display through Dec. 23, uses 50 speakers, two … Continue reading
Love Letter to Plywood. By Tom Sachs from Tom Sachs on Vimeo.
“The omnipresence of power: not because it has the privilege of consolidating everything under its invincible unity, but because it is produced from one moment to the next, at every point, or rather in every relation from one point to … Continue reading
I didnt notice at first, but the article is over two pages; the last one perhaps being the most interesting: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/126843-think-gps-is-cool-ips-will-blow-your-mind
Student Shows 2012: Architectural Association, School of Architecture
Cool Hunting: Back To The Roots
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/855547/NY%20TRIP.zip kindly provided by Tobias.
So (Tobias), dont say drinking too much (at the same place) can not be used for anything productive/nice! This marvel of an art piece can be enjoyed in my livingroom: The Maggie Fly.
Architecture and war are not incompatible. Architecture is war. War is architecture. I am at war with my time, with history, with all authority that resides in fixed and frightened forms. I am one of millions who do not fit … Continue reading
A captivating article was published on what Kin calls the Dip1 HeadQuarter: Wired.com Mostly related to YuWon’s project is the question of how to keep a myriad of world wide servers synchronised. Google has come up with a plug-in box containing … Continue reading
Dip 1 these are the tutorial times for this week ( I am sorry that I have not included a Thursday – I am making an optional ,5 day on Saturday available for tutorials) and a very late Birthday wish … Continue reading
Guess not many of you have read the book; Life of Pi (by Yann Martel). Its a fiction novel about an Indian boy whom get shipwrecked in the middle of the pacific with a tiger in his lifeboat. Anyway, in the middle … Continue reading
The map creates a new territory