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andrew wilson I recorded a song earlier. Overly sappy as usual. I compiled some random video to it. I started smoking cigarettes again J.W. Kinsey's Artifice Portfolio "the Hesterion: a wall sconce" - industrial grade resin, assorted electronics This is the Hesterion Wall Sconce. These are intended to be installed in multiples, surrounding a window or running down a hallway or library, for example. They do not need an existing electrical junction box, but rather simply surface mount to a wall with two screws. Power can be provided within either standard, inexpensive conduit or plastic plumbing hardware, or with a simple cord drop from a hole out the bottom of the fixture: some minor customization is expected on the part of the installer. The knob at the bottom of the fixture is the rotary On/Off switch.

  superposition concept, direction & music: Ryoji Ikeda in collaboration withperformers: Stephane Garin, Amélie Grouldprogramming, graphics & computer system: Tomonaga Tokuyama, Norimichi Hirakawa, Yoshito Onishioptical devices: Norimichi Hirakawastage manager: Simon MacColltechnical manager: Tomonaga Tokuyamaproduction assistant: Daisuke Sekine production: Ryoji Ikeda Studio (Artistic direction: Emmanuelle de Montgazon, Administration: Yuko Higaki), Quaternaire (Producer and artist management: Sarah Ford, Associate producer: Laurie Uprichard, administration: Kathleen Aleton, Coordination and marketing: Joanna Rieussec), Forma (Artistic Director: David Metcalfe) commissioned by the Festival d’Automne à Paris for the musical partcreated and developed at Parc de La Villette (Paris, FR), YCAM Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (JP), ZKM (Karlsruhe, DE)

Old ships from “new” materials — John Taylor John Taylor 1954 — San Juan Capistrano, CA Sculptures from found objects When you look at John Taylor’s ships, is hard to believe that they haven’t just been pulled from the ocean floor. Watching Human Watching WHW VI (INKA LINDERGARD & NICLAS HOLMSTROM) PRINTS > Watching Human Watching WHW VI INKA LINDERGARD & NICLAS HOLMSTROM『Watching Human Watching WHW VI』 Watching Human Watching WHW VI

Manuel Lima His first book Visual Complexity: Mapping patterns of information has been translated into French, Chinese, and Japanese. His latest The Book of Trees: Visualizing Branches of Knowledge, published in April 2014 by Princeton Architectural Press, covers over 800 years of human culture through the lens of the tree figure, from its entrenched roots in religious medieval exegesis to its contemporary, secular digital themes. With more than twelve years of experience designing digital products, Manuel has worked for Codecademy, Microsoft, Nokia, R/GA, and Kontrapunkt. He holds a BFA in Industrial Design and a MFA in Design & Technology from Parsons School of Design.

Lawrence Northey's Robot, Rocket, and Ray Gun Sculptures Lawrence Northey’s Robot, Rocket, and Ray Gun Sculptures Lawrence Northey’s sculptures of robots, rockets, and ray guns (oh my!) are what you’d have to call out of this world. Like the artists who created the Faberge eggs he admires, Northey uses a variety of materials and techniques. Most of these pieces feature brass, stainless steel, and glass. Sometimes cast aluminum or cast resin parts are also used, typically hand painted to give a uniform finish with the other parts.

Projects – jtnimoy A Lorem Ipsum generator stylized to sound like hipster slang (hipsum or hipster ipsum) has been passed my way a few times in the recent years. Last month for whatever reason, I was looking for a concise dictionary list of all the unique phrases used to randomly generate these strings of pure comedy. I did not find one, but thought it would be fun to try and "reverse-randomize" myself that concise list by analyzing 318 KB of generative gobbledegook. The following paragraph shows an alphabetized list of unique phrases found. The process turned out to be trickier than I expected since some of the terms have spaces in them.

Veiled truth, sculpture and secrets “Veiled truth” is one of the masterpieces of Venetian sculptor Antonio Corradini (1688-1752), which he created for Naple’s Cappella Sansevero (formally known as Chapel of Santa Maria della Pietà, and nicknamed by the locals “Pietatella”). The iconography of the chapel, located near Piazza San Domenico Maggiore, stemmed from the exoteric fancy of Raimondo di Sangro (1710-1771), an alchemist, freemason and intellectual of the Age of Enlightenment. The nobleman’s plan was to renovate a church from the early 17th century into his family’s burial chapel, to celebrate the valor, virtue, and aristocratic standing of his stock.

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