The sky when it snows is absolutely perfect. It can be 1 o’clock in the morning and bright outside. The silence of everything when it snows is beautiful. You can barely hear a sound when the snow covers everything. Just watching the snow fall and stick to the ground is beautiful. Yeah I guess it sucks that it’s cold and you have to shovel it out, but coming in from the cold and putting on warm clothes, sitting in the heat, and drinking hot chocolate is so relaxing. I miss the snow so much.
Tokujin Yoshioka's project 'snow' is a dynamic 15-meter-wide installation. It consists of a scene depicting hundreds of kilograms of light feathers blowing all over
and falling down slowly is meant to remind us of the snow scape of our memories and the beauty of nature which often exceeds our imagination. visitors to the exhibition
experience the feeling of looking at or walking through a snowstorm.
Carsten Nicolai - Unidisplay (2012)
“Unidisplay offers an examination of semiotics and the laws of perception. The work operates with a number of modules of different visual effects that interfere with the viewers’ perception, through optical illusion, jitter, flicker, after-image, movement, complementary colour effect, and so on. The installation unfolds against a long projection wall with two mirror walls on the side thus visually expanding like a universe. the basic visual, made up of sequences, motifs and graphic translations of various units of time measurement acts as a world clock and evokes the intertwining of time, between past, present and future. The installation was created with derivatice’s touchdesigner software which has been used for alva noto live performances with a triple-screen projection.”
Nan Goldin, Honda Brothers in cherry blossom storm, Tokyo, 1994
Reconocimiento Sorpresivo ,Gottfried Helnwein
SelgasCano Architects - El Batel Conference Center and Auditorium - Cartagena, Spain
Abbaye de Beauport, Paimpol, 26 août 2012.
Tanya Dziahileva - John Galliano Fall/Winter 09.10 (Details)
Snoring, language disturbance caused by accidental sleeping, in which a person speaks in compressed syllables and bulleted syntax, often stacking several words over one another in a temporal deliverance of a sentence.
The Age of Wire and String
by Ben Marcus