Monthly Archives: October 2010

critical commentary

# Notes taken by JVB: -not free – or it will mistake “feral” for a romantic liberal, [unreadable] project -and don’t say that the “FERAL” has no stake in an economy. -ruin is not feral, decay is not feral -what … Continue reading

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vulnerable to predation and injury

Variables Susceptibility Certain familiar animals architectures go feral easily and successfully, while others are much less inclined to wander and usually fail promptly outside domestication. Degree Some species architectures will detach readily from humans and pursue their own devices, but do not … Continue reading

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HURRY UP PLEASE ITS TIME

# Thesis mid-review presentation: #

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fishing in the dull canal

Half-thoughts that may be turned into full thoughts for the mid-review: # This thesis focuses on the architectural implications of the anti-scenario put forth by the IBM Corporation’s Smarter Planet initiative.  We feel that this program is indicative of larger … Continue reading

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partly mechanical, hardly human

The following text was written by Stanley Donwood.  He is an artist who might be best known for his work with Radiohead [namely all of their album covers.]  Visit his ‘Manufactory.’ # Designer Outlet Village I am too late, I … Continue reading

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though i picked the thorny path myself

#  Recently released images from IBM’s blighted parking garage at Grand Army Plaza.

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other digressions captured in paper and ink

The collected images here are from David Slavinsky‘s Bartlett project entitled “A Series of Drawings from the End of Time.”  Enticing, right?  Well, each and every one of the drawings deserves close viewing because they are phenomenally detailed.  Incredible.

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