efimeras:

 Paradise Lost / PKMN Architectures

  In reference to the novel of John Milton “Paradise Lost”  PKMN collective has recreated a Floating Garden of Eden. From a forest triangulated with straps and studs which is suspended with ventilators plastic cloud, It is metaphor shelter that of Jewish people needed in their exodus through the desert. This proposal has won the first prize TRANSIARTE where this cloud and this forest makes a temporary shelter for urban festival.

   En referencia a la novela de John Milton “Paradise Lost” el colectivo PKMN recrea un Jardín del Edén flotante. A partir de un bosque triangulado con tirantes y montantes de la cual se suspenden una nube de plástico por unos ventiladores, hace de metáfora al cobijo que el pueblo judío necesito en su peregrinaje por el desierto. Esta propuesta  ha sido la ganadora del primer premio del concurso TRANSIARTE  donde esta nube y este bosque de referencias bíblicas hace de refugio para un festival urbano.

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(Source: transitarte.es)

dreamhamar:

Dymaxion Sleep by Jane Hutton & Adrian Blackwell

dreamhamar:

Dymaxion Sleep by Jane Hutton & Adrian Blackwell

hanging garden

wmud:

gilles clément - la jardin de l’évolution, hommage à lamarck, picardie, 2004

wmud:

gilles clément - la jardin de l’évolution, hommage à lamarck, picardie, 2004

nexttoparchitects:

by rdmckaye more prototyping #windmachines #bizarrchitecture #iaac #selfsufficiency


http://www.iaacblog.com/maa2013-2014-wind-energy-machines/2013/11/passive-vibration-meets-bio-regeneration/

nexttoparchitects:

by rdmckaye more prototyping #windmachines #bizarrchitecture #iaac #selfsufficiency

http://www.iaacblog.com/maa2013-2014-wind-energy-machines/2013/11/passive-vibration-meets-bio-regeneration/

deterritorialization:

Bruits de fonds is a light painting performance that uses a self-made aquatic probe equipped with a sonar and a moving light, a camera and computer to reveal a lake’s depth and shape.
by Cyril Diagne, Tobias Muthesius
Check out the fascinating video here.

deterritorialization:

Bruits de fonds is a light painting performance that uses a self-made aquatic probe equipped with a sonar and a moving light, a camera and computer to reveal a lake’s depth and shape.

by Cyril Diagne, Tobias Muthesius

Check out the fascinating video here.

gallowhill:

Francis Alÿs - When Faith Moves Mountains, 2002

Alÿs visited Lima in 2000 just before the collapse of the Fujimori government and found ‘a desperate situation that called for an “epic response”, at once futile and heroic, absurd and urgent.’ He returned in 2002 to organise When Faith Moves Mountains, persuading 500 Peruvian students to walk in a line up a sand dune on the outskirts of the city, digging as they went, thus displacing the dune by a few centimetres. The action – Alÿs’s most visually spectacular to that date – was filmed from various positions and the images were subsequently used on postcards, whilst the artist also encouraged the spread of news of the work through rumour and myth. – TATE

gallowhill:

Francis Alÿs - When Faith Moves Mountains, 2002

Alÿs visited Lima in 2000 just before the collapse of the Fujimori government and found ‘a desperate situation that called for an “epic response”, at once futile and heroic, absurd and urgent.’ He returned in 2002 to organise When Faith Moves Mountains, persuading 500 Peruvian students to walk in a line up a sand dune on the outskirts of the city, digging as they went, thus displacing the dune by a few centimetres. The action – Alÿs’s most visually spectacular to that date – was filmed from various positions and the images were subsequently used on postcards, whilst the artist also encouraged the spread of news of the work through rumour and myth.TATE

(via deterritorialization)

uprooted trees

uprooted trees

A twisted power line tower lies crumpled on the ground near Mayflower, Arkansas, after a tornado struck on April 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

A twisted power line tower lies crumpled on the ground near Mayflower, Arkansas, after a tornado struck on April 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

(Source: v2o, via unitedcommunism)