These are my links for September 10th 2012 from 14:01 to 20:35:
- Landscape-perception ¬ landscape-perception.com – "The two sensory modes chosen were vision, and, especially, sound, as investigator Wozencroft is Senior Tutor in sound and moving image in the Visual Communication programme at the RCA as well as founder and editor of the music publishers, Touch. It was the aim to try to observe and listen to this prehistoric landscape as if with Stone Age eyes and ears. In the process, it was hoped that some of these perceptions would have archaeological interest."
- Designing a City for the Deaf – Design – The Atlantic Cities – “Consider the sociopolitical implications of designing the world in ways that compel people to look at each other eye-to-eye much more often. DeafSpace really is about bringing a new perspective to the meaning of good design.”
- HYBRID AND MUTANT ANIMALS –
- Hybridisation in big cats. Includes tigons, ligers, leopons and others. – Tigers, lions and more
- Ground Control: An Opera In Space – "The International Space Orchestra, is an experiential and hybrid research laboratory, where space scientists have been invited to implement, deconstruct, perform, sing, mix, modify, and design musical acts in a control room"
The project’s mission is to introduce the public to the emotional nuances of space science technologies, the people working with them and the challenges and opportunities of an exciting new era of commercial space exploration.
- Home – 62ºN – Faroe Islands travel agency
- Sweet and Spicy Bacon coated in Nutella | bell’ alimento –
- Everyone has the right to sound – Architecture – Domus – "…the interior of the building remains almost completely empty, since the entire structure will become a huge amplifier of the sounds created in neighboring national pavilions and within the Giardini gardens. According to the introduction to the exhibition, "the project will be an invitation to experience architecture as a gigantic and complex sound process, marking the limits of what is considered common. Architecture shall be presented as a primary system of listening (for) to us — generating, transferring, and distorting sounds"."