Archives for posts tagged ‘germany’

Santiago Calatrava and Frank Stella

Santiago Calatrava and Frank Stella Work from The Michael Kohlhaas Curtain @ The Neue Nationalgalerie with text by Nicholas O’Brien. “Upon approaching the renown last building by Mies van der Rohe, a distinct glass pavilion supported by the German architect’s signature grid of steel beams, one immediately is captivated by the massive caged painting that […]

Ralf Baecker

Ralf Baecker Work from Nowhere. Be sure to check out the video on his website. “Nowhere is a three-dimensional milling machine that carves a landscape relief on a 70x70x10cm large block of hard foam. The machine receives a stream of live search requests from the german search engines metager and metager2 (www.metager.de) via the internet. […]

The Beauty and Lacks of Limitation

The Beauty and Lacks of Limitation was a course about design awareness / composing in boundaries / template distending / breaking inflexible patterns in design and carrying ideas into effect. The course was held at the Merz Akademie in Stuttgart in April and was probably magical. “Thinking about your Tool Your software just carries out […]

Tacita Dean

Tacita Dean Work from Floh. There is a fantastic lecture on this work @ Coventry University by Joanna Zylinska. “I do not want to give these images explanations : descriptions by the finder about how and where they were found, or guesses as to what stories they might or might not tell. I want them […]