Monthly Archives: November 2010

What Does the Future Hold ?

ps: By David Shrigley, from his new book ‘What the Hell Are You Doing?‘ Advertisements

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Transient Landscapes

Transient Landscapes, a simple but amazingly beautiful installation, by Lindsey Housden and Yoko Seyama, at the STRP festival. We couldn’t pull the boy out of the room, so playful and engaging it was. ps: The slice of this experience also … Continue reading

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Blue Light Cat

I wrote earlier how kids played with this installation, but didn’t tell what this installation was about. It was in fact a giant Cat made out of the beams of light and floating in the air (I guess, the Cheshire … Continue reading

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Glow’10

I just realized that I hardly posted about the Glow festival that was held in Eindhoven; shame on me, it was, in fact, quite a remarkable event, and we enjoyed both the art-works and the general atmosphere. Perhaps the only … Continue reading

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Living in the Cloud conference at the STRP Festival

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The Most Massive Star in the Universe

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Mystery Speech to Trick the Tricksters

In my previous posting about the Ideefiks seminar I wrote that ‘design does not exist’ (as if it is a common knowledge), and only then realized that I used this phrase in the presentation that I didn’t describe here – … Continue reading

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Future pasts

I haven’t yet posted any pictures from the Glow festival of light in Eindhoven, and this is my first attempt to recover the situation. This year’s program is very interesting, it’s perhaps smaller than in the previous years, or may … Continue reading

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Future pasts

I haven’t yet posted any pictures from the Glow festival of light in Eindhoven, and this is my first attempt to recover the situation. This year’s program is very interesting, it’s perhaps smaller than in the previous years, or may … Continue reading

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Mystery Speech to Trick the Tricksters

In my previous posting about the Ideefiks seminar I wrote that ‘design does not exist’ (as if it is a common knowledge), and only then realized that I used this phrase in the presentation that I didn’t describe here – … Continue reading

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