2017Jan/Feb links

Hashimoto Okiie’s Views of Ancient Castles and Gardens / 1 (Art/woodcut)

The Mechanical-Architectural World of Stijn Jonckheere. (Experimental architecture)

Slicing open trees, searching for evidence of sunspots.

The colors of Japanese internement (photos, The New Yorker)

Dangerous Days – On The Edge Of Blade Runner (2007) / BBC, documentary, 1h40, aka “Dangerous Days – Making Blade Runner”

The Rise and Fall of ‘Boring Dystopia’ (Mark Fisher / Motherboard)

The Valley and the Predator. (Rhizome / by Ingrid Burrington)
With each passing hype cycle, the “silicon” history of Silicon Valley—and the military and government funding behind it—fades, replaced by blithe libertarian faith in free markets and proprietary math.

Bruce Sterling: What’s happening is far more dystopian than most of the stuff I’d put in a sci-fi book.” / Bruce Sterling’s Flickr album “Hello Robot” exhibition.

As if we didn’t know already, but:
What I Learned After Banning Screens From My Home for a Month
+ How i got my attention back + I INTEND TO KEEP SCROLLING UNTIL I FEEL SOMETHING

Jodi Dean – The Limits of the Web in an Age of Communicative Capitalism (video / talk)

“The internet is writing fanfiction about us” (James Bridle – Metaphors Considered Harmful / video / talk)

Mark Fisher & Robin Mackay- Pomophobia (ccru / haven’t read this yet.)

Burial ITW by Mark Fisher, unedited transcript (The Wire)

“Imaginary Landscapes” documentary on Brian Eno, 1989

experimental music notation resources

A Life in Waves explores the life and innovations of composer and electronic music pioneer, Suzanne Ciani. (documentary / vod)

Exploring the Arctic’s Global Seed Vault (Motherboard / video, “The vault is protecting the world’s agricultural genetic diversity and protecting our future food supply in case of catastrophe.”)

fieldofvision.org (short films/documentaries)

Tiny Computer (Sort of  a Pico8 “clone”…? Virtual console/computer.)

Übersicht Widgets (HTML5 widgets for macOS)