Miriam b�ckstr�m. .: Neighbourhood Satellites :. Even before the Internet of Things becomes reality, the Internet of Animals is already proclaimed.
Big animal data is collected in real time, and people follow individual wolves, birds and sharks online. At the same time, nature moves physically into the urbanised areas of people. Since the industrial revolution there has been a growing separation between nature and the human living environment. Now, with digital technologies, there are new possibilities and attempts to bridge these separations again and making contact. Does this technological bridge imply a de-sensualisation when experiencing nature? In this class we look at the different forms of interaction between people and nature, at forms of plant communication, go on expeditions to explore forest and urban eco systems, set up electro-botanical experiments and make contact.
Class blog FH Potsdam / Design dept., spring term 2015. Vtol. /\SARAH ROSS/\ Institute of Critical Zoologists. News New bookwork, Mynas 28th April 2016 Mynas, 2016 Avaible to ship via paypal here. ARTSUFARTSU.NET » Interfaces for Empathy. The fifteenth annual Pixelache Festival took place from September 22nd to 25th 2016 in Helsinki.
The festival named ‘Interfaces for Empathy’ explored possibilities of the shift towards the understanding of human species as a balanced part of the ecosystem we live within. The idea that the festival explored and the way it seek to connect several different trajectories, was one of empathy. Is it possible, through this very basic ability to sense or identify, to change the narrative of the human-kind? Could empathy be one of the key elements in reconnecting us with our ecosystem and ourselves? Can we experience empathy towards whole ecosystems? The festival programme consisted of participatory projects, workshops, installations, presentations and discussions. Tim Knowles - Balloon Drawings - Civita 24hr Balloon Drawing. Laura beloff, media art, art, art& science, media, art & technology, artist. Mischer'traxler the idea of a tree.
'The idea of a tree' is an autonomous production process which combines natural input with a mechanical process.
It is driven by solar energy and translates the intensity of the sun through a mechanical apparatus into one object a day. The outcome reflects the various sunshine conditions that occur during this day. Errant Signal - Anatomy (Spoilers) Viscera Cleanup Detail: The Dirty Job. Battle of Concepts. Meatwreck. Flexi disc - Wikipedia. The flexi disc (also known as a phonosheet, Sonosheet or Soundsheet, a trademark) is a phonograph record made of a thin, flexible vinyl sheet with a molded-in spiral stylus groove, and is designed to be playable on a normal phonograph turntable.
Flexible records were commercially introduced as the Eva-tone Soundsheet in 1962, and were very popular among children and teenagers and mass-produced by the state publisher in the Soviet government. History In Japan, starting in the early 1960s, Asahi Sonorama published the monthly Asahi Sonorama magazine which included an inserted flexi disc ("Sonosheet"). In 1964, the National Geographic Society released Song and Garden Birds of North America which included a 12-sided clear flexidisk, bound alternating with pages giving the titles and birds on the recordings. Vaughn Bell - Projects. Neo-Nature (or why we should “Let the Pandas Die”) – We Make Money Not Art. Aanvragen - Mondriaan Fonds. Is hét platform voor crowdfunding in de creatieve sector. The Woodpecker: Could fake birds save our forests? – We Make Money Not Art. Rihards Vitols, Woodpecker, 2016.
Image courtesy of the artist In his ongoing research, artist Rihards Vitols is exploring the possibility to replace some of the bird species with artificial ones. Should bird populations decline drastically in the near future, could fake birds replace them and contribute to keeping the natural balance of a forest intact? The question might sound a bit fanciful at first but it is inspired by scientific papers about insect-eating plants, the extinction of birds species and the impact their disappearance would have on our forests. Bodily Matters: Human Biomatter in Art (part 4. On skin and hair) – We Make Money Not Art. Previous episodes of Bodily Matters: Human Biomatter in Art: Part 1.
The blood session; Part 2. At the morgue and Part 3: On expendable body parts. ::vtol::, reading my body. The butterfly mobile lab of Stefan Cools – We Make Money Not Art. Image courtesy of the artist While visiting an ex soldier training area in Maastricht turned into workshops for designers, swanky bar, park, playground with swings and vintage gas pumps, i met an artist observing butterflies, noting his findings into notebooks and pulling out all sorts of instruments from a bike that doubled as a cart, laboratory and small educational space.
Stefan Cools explores human relationships to other living species: other humans, animals and even plants. Over the past few years, his research has focused entirely on butterflies with a body of artistic, scientific and education works called the “Butterfly House of Stefan Cools.’ He observes the life of the colourful insect, uses as pigment the red fluid that butterflies eject after they leave the chrysalis and travels around the world to work with cultural institutions and schools. Laura Beloff » Art&HENVI project - PRIMA MATERIA exhibition. Living in a techno-organic world Starting point: There is increasing interests in scientific research concerning the physiological and psychological impact of natural environment to human health and well-being.
Various research have suggested that green environment is beneficial and has restorative qualities for human health in comparison to so-called synthetic non-green environment (e.g. research by R. Laura beloff, media art, art, art& science, media, art & technology, artist. Albedo Dreams. Experiments in DIY climate manipulation – We Make Money Not Art. Mari Keski-Korsu, Albedo Logger (part of Albedo Dreams) Albedo is the measure of the “whiteness” of a surface and its ability to reflect the sunlight.
When applied to the Earth, the albedo effect is a measure of how much of the Sun’s energy can be reflected back into space. Sophisticated, large-scale goeengineering research projects are looking into ways to efficiently do that and thus manipulate climate and put the brake on global warming. Mari Keski-Korsu, Albedo Dreams Rock Bed, part of Albedo Dreams in Reykjavik, Iceland, 2013. Photo Since 2012, artist Mari Keski-Korsu has been looking into the DIY strategies that citizens could deploy in order to manipulate climate. DIY climate manipulation. Bioartsociety. Top 10 Bizarre Dioramas. Weird Stuff Motives for creating dioramas vary.
Some are inspired by art. Others are educational tools, used to convey scientific or historical facts. Still others are the products of hobbies that helped their creators while away the hours. Many are unusual, some are extraordinary, and others, like these ten, are absolutely bizarre. Kunstkop. Studer/van den Berg: Passage Park #2: The Container. Passage Park #2: The Container is a site-specific installation, which the visitors can move freely in. The accessible scenery consists of a cargo container standing in a landscape of rocks, trees, shrubbery, and fern. The entire set is composed and rendered in various 3D programs. To Flavour Our Tears – A restaurant where insects can feast on us – We Make Money Not Art.
Image Center for Genomic Gastronomy A few years ago, entomologist discovered that some moths and bees suck the tears from underneath the eyelids of birds and mammals (including humans) while they sleep. The insect attaches itself to the eyelid, then its mouth, shaped like a harpoon, starts sucking salt-rich liquid from the eyes. Some moths have also been recorded drinking sweat and fluids from the nose. Apparently, there’s even a species in eastern Russia that feeds on man’s blood. Institute of Critical Zoologists. "The work to follow is an exploration of these complexities and reminds us that birds occupy a large and central part of that universe that human beings constantly carve out of nature. " Ding Li “In contemporary society birds are, perhaps, both the most watched and most eaten animal on our planet. They have become a focal point of debates about a 'proper' relationship between humankind and nature, and about definitions of humanity itself.”
Naoko Noguchi Against the very real environmental drama unfolding across the globe, multidisciplinary artist Renhui Zhao presents the exhibition A Bird in the Hand. Ft. Premium Digital. A guide to life forms altered by the human species – We Make Money Not Art. HISTORY: CONSUMERISM. Acrylaat ijsstructuur - PyraSied Xtreme Acrylic. Houtdraaien, homepage over mijn hobby houtdraaien.
Voorbeelden. Gemoedstoestand. 43 Best Passive Income Streams & Opportunities. I’ve spent 100s of hours thinking about all sorts of crazy ideas for making passive income online… From the smart ideas like an online course to the dress-me-in-the-white-jacket ideas like writing articles for adsense, I’ve thought about pretty much every passive income stream there is. During this time the one thing I wanted more than anything else, was a big fat epic list of ALL the possible passive income streams there were. Michael Ridge’s Videos on Vimeo. Untitled. Environmental storytelling. Retrotechtacular: Examining Music in 1950’s Russia. If you had told 12-year-old me that one day I would be able to listen to pretty much any song I wanted to on demand and also pull up the lyrics as fast as I could type the artist’s name and part of the title into a text box, I would have a) really hoped you weren’t kidding and b) would have wanted to grow up even faster than I already did.
The availability of music today, especially in any place with first world Internet access is really kind of astounding. How to Cut Your Own Records - Science Experiment. HISTORY OF IDEAS - Manners. Persona. Or how objects become human – We Make Money Not Art. Reverse Design: Half-Life. Did you know that you can get an eBook version (PDF format) of this text? Videogame Tropes. Burglars Beware - Police Capture House. Krijn de koning. Bart Lodewijks / Drawings / Drawings Without Name / BL_51_TrackDrawing2012_SITE. Aanbieding: Benson Gereedschapswagen 650 Delig - Toolstunt.com. - Afmetingen 100 x 76 x 46cm. How Hayao Miyazaki Maps A Setting. Growing Bacteria in Petri Dishes - The Lab. Phonograph cylinder. Workshops/CoreMemoryMarathon - OpenSource Wiki. Which video games have the best spatial designs? - Quora. Making Mycelium - All.
Build a simple crystal radio set. Fast, simple, cheap, and it uses no power. Expositie betrekt mensen bij oorlogsslachtoffers. Hoe bouw ik een gevoelige kristalontvanger. Spooky Tesla Spirit Radio. How A Crystal Radio Works for Beginners. The Complete Guide on How to Build a Crystal Radio—Plus How They Work. Making a suitable antenna for a crystal radio. Build Your Own Crystal Radio. Places of Horror - The Secrets of Scary Settings - Extra Credits. The Safe Haven.
Cargo cult. Chindōgu. Things You Never Knew You Needed: An Ornamental Hermit. Garden hermit needed. Apply within. The California Sunday Magazine. Webcams on a Map - find thousands of live cams near you or all over the world. Perpetual stew. 100 POSSESSIONS (CURRENT INVENTORY*) A study of cinematography. : TrueFilm. Architecture: How buildings are used in sci-fi films. A Daily Dose of Architecture: Lebbeus Woods, Architect. Waarom bekeren mensen zich tot een geloof? The Importance of Architecture in Video Games and Virtual Worlds - Arch Virtual. Architects and Gaming. Designer's Notebook: The Role of Architecture in Videogames. Marc antoine mathieu. A Wild West Town’s Visionary Experiment. Henri Lefebvre. Your save data tells a story that links us all together. Yakhchal: Ancient Refrigerators - Earth Architecture. Hannes Coudenys creates an archive of Ugly Belgian Houses. Civil inattention. LEBBEUS WOODS. Thomassons: Those Peculiar Architectural Relics That Serve No Purpose.