Lost Art

The ‘Gallery of Lost Art’ is a collection of art that no longer exists or decays etc. It can be found here with videos and texts produced by the Tate and Channel4.: http://galleryoflostart.com/ There are many of the artist and architects that have been mentioned in the tutorials such as Racheal Whiteread and Lucian Frued….

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Time-based drawings – some examples

Here are some examples of time-based drawings as each of you prepare your versions specific to your ongoing investigations and proposals for Dungeness. These are some historic examples we showed last year: http://ds7.osa.digital/index.php/2015/09/23/representing-time-some-historical-examples/ and some contemporary examples: http://ds7.osa.digital/index.php/2015/09/25/representing-time-some-contemporary-examples/ (you can click on them to view them at a larger scale. These are some examples from student projects: And…

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Alex Hartley: After You Left

For all those interested in ruination, this looks great! http://www.victoria-miro.com/exhibitions/499/ “The work offers poignant reflection on themes of entropy and decay. It is, in some ways, emblematic of a wider collapsing – of ideals or even spirit. Running contrary to such thoughts, however, is the undeniable aesthetic pleasure we find in ruins – their compelling,…

Frontieres – Architecture between the sacred and profane (Transylvania) Pt.1

*** The interview presented for this workshop comes as a reflection on the extensive body of research on the topic of dwelling and habitation, authored by ethnographer and museum curator Maria Lobonţ-Puşcaş. Conducted in the North-West of Transylvania, a place of threshold par excellence, it analyses the material and spiritual creation of Romanian rustic architecture,…

Tide tables

I bought this book at the Pilot Inn: “2016 Tide Tables, Predicted High and Low Water at Dungeness”. Might be of interest to anyone looking at tidal patterns.   https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6r1WNWujoMic0hKSnNRMnQ4clU   Also check out the UK Hydrographic Office website.

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Fischli/ Weiss: Rock on top of another Rock

Charles sent me this video a few weeks ago and its interesting in the technical principles that it demonstrates as well as how ARUP used 3d scanning to figure out a structural solution for this artwork: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v0CO7p7eT4&feature=youtu.be Could be useful for Sam’s project in terms of stacking objects on top of one another to form a totem/ monument? This…

Surveying Mapping Observation

The presentation from last week is here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6r1WNWujoMiVzZGa05rYWRjVE0/view?usp=sharing I have added on some resource links and given my comments/notes to Manijeh and Danielle, who’ll send them on. Look forward to seeing you all at Dungeness and please email/blog any specific queries you have in the meantime.