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Machine in the Garden

  • by Mindy Seu
  • 33 blocks • 15 hours ago
Oase No. 7 was designed as part of the Documenta 5 exhibition in Kassel, 1972. The Cloud by Coop Himmelb(l)au was also designed to be featured in Documenta 5, however it remained unbuilt. 

Oase No. 7 is a transparent sphere with a diameter of 8 metres, the sphere was placed in front of the main facade on the Friedericianum. A catwalk made of standard tubular steel sections projected through the window from the interior of the building into the transparent sphere. A tubular steel ring was fixed to this footbridge, at a slight distance from the façade. This ring formed the external support for a PVC foil shell that formed a sphere when inflated into shape by an air pump.

http://architectuul.com/architecture/oase-no-7

Haus Rucker Co, Oase No. 7

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Anipoems, Kinetic Typography, Interface &...

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Jeffrey Shaw, Legible City 1988

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Uploaded by Camila Hamdan on 2015-10-15.

Videoplace, Myron Krueger (1985)

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This is "bpNichol - First Screening" by Anon. on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

bpNichol - First Screening

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North By Northwest - Opening Titles

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this was generated mostly by working directly on found footage. The conversation is between 2 men discussing the scottish dialect words "foggie bummer". it won a d&ad silver for best typographic commercial

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The video above, an award-winning short produced in 1995 for a B.B.C. Radio Scotland advertising campaign just before the station was closed, features audio of a Radio Scotland program host and a caller having a discussion about Scottish slang, set to images created by John Barnbrook. The constant pulse of briefly-lived images skittering across the frame provide excellent examples of a more modern, impressionistic form of dynamic motion.
Borrowing heavily from trends that are, historically speaking, relatively recent in filmmaking – namely, extensive use of rapid cuts – Barnbrook gives the viewer a visual equivalent (if form if not necessarily content) of a casual, swiftly-paced conversation between two linguistic natives, which is in all likelihood totally impenetrable to any outsider. Moreover, just as the cultural frames of reference within a conversation can change almost without notice, so too does the text in Barnbrook’s video. Indeed, it has been argued that Barnbrook’s ad, far more than a simple exercise in visual effects to be used for advertising, in fact served as a form of advocacy for the “confident, [but] marginalised voices” of the Scots, who are relatively independent in a cultural and legal sense from the rest of the United Kingdom.

TV animation | BBC Radio Scotland |...

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I OWN NOTHING

Willy Wonka 1971 all Oompa Loompa Songs

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Lapis - James Whitney (1966)

Lapis - James Whitney (1966)

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Automation

  • by Mindy Seu
  • 9 blocks • 9 days ago
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Clement Valla, Blank Process

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Playgrounds

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Polyphonic Playground

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Interface Aesthetics

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  • 10 blocks • 6 days ago
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Re: Libraries

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  • 12 blocks • 8 days ago

Diagrams and Product Drawings

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