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Spotlight: Starn Studio: Big Bambu

-Mike + Dough Starn: Starn Studio: Big Bambu: You Cant Stop, You Wont Stop, You Dont Stop. ‘A series about what it is to be alive, grow, and to change….the connective tissue…those interconnections where all the interactions happen and something gets made’

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Natural-Born Cyborgs

Many of the aspects Andy Clark brings to the foreground in his book, Natural-Born Cyborgs, are reiterated in this Ted Talk by Amber Case; that we are already cyborgs. The case is put forth that we have actually been “cyborgs” since humans began using tools, as the brain offloads its processes to the ubiquitous use […]

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Latour: Networks, Societies, Spheres

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SPOTLIGHT: Aurora Robson

Aurora is Canadian, but grew up in Hawaii and has lived and worked in New York for 20 years. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn with her husband, cinematographer Marshall Coles and daughter Ona. In addition to her work as an artist, she is Director/Co-founder of Lumenhouse, a photo studio, artist in residence program, […]

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Digital Art @Google Rachel Armstrong & Mitchell Joachim

“From October 1st 2010, Rachel Armstrong and Mitchell Joachim talk about their art in the current Digital Art @Google art show (“We Write this to You from the Distant Future”) on view in the Chelsea market lobby.”

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NANO SQUID SKIN

Nanotechnologists, marine biologists and signal-processing experts from Rice University, the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass., and other U.S. universities have won a $6 million grant from the Office of Naval Research to unlock the secrets of nature’s best camouflage artists. Ultimately, the team hopes to create “metamaterials” that emulate some of the elegant […]

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St. Stephen’s Cathedral

St. Stephens Cathedral: Bio-Structural Architecture Liu Chien Sheng “This is a postgraduate thesis on a cathedral, presenting a new idea of societal multi-function, and the development of sanctity and form. The site is located in St. Stephen’s Cathedral which is the center of economy, culture and traffic in Vienna, Austria. New cathedral integrates the surrounding […]

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bio-fiction: call for entries

Biotech-labs around the world are busy in the field of Synthetic Biology – a new approach to engineer “life” and living systems. Synthetic biology aims at applying engineering principles to biology. The DNA of an organism is no longer manipulated, but programmed on a computer and built up from scratch. Bio:Fiction Science, Art & Filmfestival […]

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architectural genomics

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Spotlight: Michael Young

-Michael Young’s thesis and final presentation videos from Sci-Arc in Los Angeles, California.

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