Monthly Archives: September 2009

On Shows, and Going Ons

May be a bit strange picture to restart postings here, but I feel that it’s quite appropriate, and ‘to the point’. These are the hands of Richard Parry, leader of Bell Orchestre band; they performed here in Eindhoven recently, during … Continue reading

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Degrees of Subjectivity

Today is a birthday of a very good friend of mine, M.D., a founder and a passionate developer of the Natural Math website. As a birthday gift she asked to tell a story related to ‘mathematics in your life’. Such … Continue reading

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Hylozoic Grove

Hylozoic Grove was one of the most impressive and (literally!) moving installations presented this year at the Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria. It is a creation of Canadian artist and architect Philip Beesley – who calls it ‘geotextile mesh’ … Continue reading

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World Sensing

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World Sensing

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Playful Spaces

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Much more real, than the real things

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Draw ID

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Flux-S Festival

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The Same, and Unique

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