Posts Tagged ‘storytelling’

synchronicity

09Jul15

An open space enables an architecture of attention. Individual objects all have their own identity but they come together to produce a new powerful whole. Organizations should experiment with the synthesis of the experiences of a single, seamlessly unified entity to identify triggers that guard the human choices for automnomy, privacy and identity.

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immersive art

02Apr11

To show (off) the hours of practice, boards and shoes are thrown into the tree. The corporate memory of the skateboarders of this ramp.


like a fountain

04Nov10

            Every city has a fountain and they often serve as city-icons, like the Trevi in Rome. They even become favorite tourist attractions when used in films. Some fountains raise a questionable reputation, like the van Lieshout cascade of Oil-drums in Rotterdam.¬†Fountains are used by Joris Funcke in his (dutch […]


The ancient myth of Hercules has been adopted by art, politicians and¬†bourgeois. Mostly he is claimed for his heroic posture – the Robin Hood of the Greek. His truculent, crude and coarse behavior is overshadowed by the romantic hero he is made into. But his life’s story is one of deceit and destruction, even his […]


The remains of Caravaggio have been found and researched, arta povera artist Penone’s work is about the miracle of being and the imprints of existing (both trees or our human body’s). If anything the year 2012 which has been predicted by the Maya’s (and others) to be a new beginning should be about the redrawing of borders that now structure our assumptions.2012 will bring us a new perpective on our added value for this planet.


Lombardi created pencil drawing similar to sociograms. He called them narrative structures. They tell the stories of criminal conspiracies. he simply used news stories from reputable media organizations and connected the dots. His suicide in 2000 remains a mysterie, his friends believe he has drawn a chart too many. It shows that visualizing information can be a dangerous.


cultural experiments with engaging and participatory design