Selected Tweets #17: Horizon Houses, Hydraulic Calculators and the Sounds of Sorting Algorithms
Wednesday, 3 October 2012
from Horizon Houses – Lebbeus Woods.
Selected tweets from my Twitter stream: @MrPrudence
Subterranea series of drawings by Rick Gooding with optical Escher-esque tunnels and passageways.
Gardens as Crypto-Water-Computers at Pruned – Hydraulic calculators & landscape proto-supercomputers.
Lebbeus Wood’s Horizon Houses are spatial [‘inhabitable’] structures that turn either continuously or from/to fixed positions.
Villa d’Este Tivoli – Gardens as crypto-water computers.
Micromegas – Daniel Libeskind. Complex schematic/blueprint style architectural drawings from 1979.
Cath Campbell’s architectural/perspective drawings are composed using paper-cut relief-work.
Víctor Adán’s creates sonographical and waveform prints/drawings using ink on paper.
Centric Diatoms – California Academy of Sciences Flickr set of bioglyphs from the Microworld.
Subterranea – Rick Gooding.
Quasi-Objects, C studies – Lorenzo Oggiano’s ongoing series of bio/organism ‘redesigns’.
Carlo Bernardini uses optic fibers, stainless steel & electroluminescent surfaces to create angular light installations.
Fonoptera I – Victor Adan.
John Cage’s Atlas Eclipticalis performance of 1964 [PDF] – the conductor was replaced by a clock with baton attached to it.
Permutations, generations and subtexts of Binary Symmetry explored by MC Hess.
Arachnoidiscus stictodiscoides – California Academy of Sciences.
Entropy is a programming language where data decays as the program runs.