Monthly Archives: January 2011
Roman Signer is a Swiss artist known for his action sculptures. This piece Point is as profound as it is absurd.
Seaquence is a delightful fundraising campaign from Gray Area Foundation for the Arts. Donate $2 or more and you’ll be able to compose an electronic symphony out of musical plankton. You can listen to and interact with others’ compositions for free.
Now that scientists have discovered how to create synthetic life from scratch, is it too far fetched to imagine future generations of youngsters programming real life creatures in their fish tanks?
A friend of The Imaginary Foundation just reported back from the Sundance Film Festival, where people are buzzing about Tiffany Shlain’s highly anticipated documentary about technology and interdependence, Connected.
Sadly, there are no screenings planned anywhere near Switzerland, so we’ll just have to wait for the DVD to be released this spring.
The work of one of our beloved local Swiss artists Felice Varini, challenges notions of point of view and perspective and in doing so the underscores the subjective nature of visual perception.
Saul Bass, the man credited with single handedly defining movie title graphics as a genre, talks candidly here how the buck literally stops with the designer.
BUFF Dis creates amazing street art using just masking tape
When referencing harmonics, the video mentions two prominent musicians: Andrés Segovia is widely considered to be one of the finest classical guitarists of the 20th century and Korean violinist Kung-wha Chung is said to be one of the greatest violinists of her time, spanning a 30-year-plus career that started at the age of 3.
Philosopher, systemics researcher, pianist Ervin László on the noosphere according to Teilhard de Chardin and Vernadsky, and oneness at a transpersonal level which would be provided by a 5th physical field. From a talk with philosopher, Kabbalist, bio-cyberneticist Rav Michael Laitman, 12.2002.