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La SAT (Société des arts technologiques)
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3401 WATER STREET - GEORGETOWN
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The Portsmouth Gas Light Co - Third Floor Nightclub
Feb 16, 2014
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Feb 13, 2015
Ephémera: Colei che Vive un Solo Giorno
EPHEMERA: the one that lives one day only" currently at VISIONQUEST Contemporary Photography in Genoa, created by the AQUA AURA. The Ephemera is an insect that lives only one day, its life takes place in just 24 hours, going through all stages and completing this journey in a very short amount of time. The name in English Ephemeral, in common language stands for something temporary and evanescent. Aqua Aura shows, with some of the works in the exhibition and the impermanent installationt that accompanies tise exhibition, his personal interpretation of the contemporary world, both from the sociological and more specifically poetic point of views. An exhibition in which the sense of time - and the actual viewing experience - is intertwined and it is based on two extremes; a state of absolute insecurity on one side and the aspiration to a methaphysical eternity on the other.
Immersive Experiential Environments
BY CHRISTOPHE DOMERGUE
@ VOL 11
ON FEB 06, 2015
After completing his Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts in 1994, Christophe Domergue was drawn to the world of immersive experiential environments where he spent the next decade creating installations, environments and experiences incorporating 2D, 3D, performance, audio, visual and lighting.
After selection in Bondi’s ‘Sculptures by the Sea’ in 2012, Domergue decided to return to and focus more on fine art and is currently studying Master of Art (Coursework), COFA, UNSW.
Shaping Space and Realities
BY LAUREN SLOWIK
@ VOL 4
ON MAY 18, 2015
"What I find funny is the idea that doomsday preppers think they can inoculate themselves from effects of an apocalypse by collecting things we have manufactured in the last 100 years to protect themselves from the future, but in fact what we need more are tools and solutions to overcome the quandary that the demise of our species is at our own hands."
In Shaping Space and Realities from PechaKucha Night Brooklyn Vol. 4, self-proclaimed design evangelist, educator, and promoter of play Lauren Slowik explores the infinite possibilities of shaping space and realities with advancing 3-d printing technology to create new physical connections. Join her as she goes deep into the rabbit hole of how our future can be reimagined with a shift in thinking.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on Thursday, September 10th, 2015.
BY BRIAN BARBER
@ VOL 9
ON SEP 24, 2015
Brian Barber presentis NósWorkshop, a design collective of graduate architects working out of Dublin which emerged during the recession. Over the last few years, they have taken part in a series of exhibitions, competitions and created various installations throughout Ireland. All of their projects thus far have not involved the conventional ‘client’ but rather stem from a collaboration with a local community to develop and construct a project.
The Architecture of Sound
BY STEREOTANK !
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 19, 2015
Stereotank, founded by Venezuelan NY-based architects Marcelo Ertorteguy and Sara Valente, is dedicated to exploring the common territories between space and sound through the design and construction of sound instruments, urban artifacts, and public installations. At PK Night Brooklyn Volume 6, they share some of their sound recordings from installations around the world!
Realizing Good Ideas
BY CHRISTOPHER SIANO
@ VOL 14
ON NOV 17, 2015
"It's not enough to have a good idea. To realize that good idea is very difficult, and that's what I work hard to do".
In Realizing Good Ideas from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 14, Chris Siano shares how he uses digital design and fabricatio to make things better, whether it is a public art installation, a student sculpture project, a building or a neighborhood. For the past twelve years he has served as an Instructional Support Technician in the University at Buffalo Department of Art. In 2005 he formed The Foundry Group Inc. - a company specializing in art and architectural fabrication. And in 2012, in partnership with his brother Matthew, he formed HES Properties - a real estate development company focusing on development of mixed-use properties on Buffalo's West Side. All of these endevours are conduits for great ideas in his community to come to fruition.
Cover image: Fabricated by Chris Siano and The Foundry Group, Inc., 2015 for the Albright-Knox Art Gallery: Jene Highstein's Black Mound (Turtle).
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, January 7th, 2016.
Experiment, Share, Create
BY DAPHNE SIAW
@ VOL 2
ON APR 01, 2016
Daphne Siaw enjoys experimenting with different tools to create different styled art pieces. Through the simple joy of creating and trying new media, she was able to create more refined and larger-scaled pieces, turning a childhood hobby into an unexpected career.
Virtual Artifacts/Internet Art Culture
BY STEPHANIE WU
@ VOL 12
ON SEP 30, 2016
Stephanie Wu is a new media artist examining the role of escapism in today’s society and creates imaginary spaces using digital animations and installations. Digital arts have shifted our ideals of what art looks like and how it should be experienced. Her talk questions if the Internet can be an art medium.
From Model to Installation
BY MICHAEL SZIVOS
@ NEW YORK BUILD
ON MAR 16, 2017
Michael Szivos is the founder of SOFTlab, a New York City based design studio that combines research, technology, and ideas to craft work that spans multiple mediums and scales. In 2012 SOFTlab was awarded the Architectural League Prize for Young Architects & Designers, and in 2010 the studio was selected, along with seven other young studios, for the New Practices New York award by the AIA Chapter of New York. He also teaches at Pratt Institute and Columbia University.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
At PechaKucha Night in Las Palmas Vol. 1, artist Laura Gonzalez presented some of her distinctive "lined" works, including the massive installations pictured above.
Keiko + Manabu
Today we let design duo Keiko + Manabu walk you through -- in English and Japanese -- some recent works, including a few interiors, as well as paper installations. The presentation, "Heart of Shapes," is from PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 57.
The Grand Flat Piano
Some great news for the duo of Olle Bjekas and Jon Wingborg -- their project entitled "The Grand Flat Piano," which was presented at PechaKucha Night in Gothenburg Vol. 18, will be one of this year's "Honorarium Art Installations" at the Burning Man festival. As PKN Gothenburg organizer Jesper Larsson tells us, "every year Burning Man allocates a percentage of its revenue from ticket sales to funding select art projects that are collaborative, community-oriented and interactive." Here's a description of the project, taken from the official Burning Man announcement. The Grand Flat Piano is a 20 meter long flat piano. It has 45 keys in 9 octaves C#. The keys are connected to several synthesizers. The Grand Flat Piano is played by burners so just come out at the playa and play on the largest piano you have ever seen. If you want a whole jam session just bring your own instruments and jam along the piano.
Architectural Projects and a Building Project by Architecture Students
John Weeden kicks off his presentation (from PKN Memphis Vol. 1) with a logo and the latin for "life is short," which then leads into a virtual tour of some of his favorite installations and architectural projects. Students from Kanto Gakuin University do a group presentation (in Japanese, from PKN Tokyo Vol. 94) about a building project and workshop they undertook over the past year.
Just Don't Do It
In today's "Presentation of the Day" we hear from David Pollard: a builder. He has always been motivated utilize the "power of the human hand", but when others told him he was "too intelligent to be a builder" he didn't listen. It's best that he didnt. In his presentation from PKN Tokyo Vol. 83, he speaks on the importance of following our joys, as opposed to following those who think they know what's best for you. In Tokyo, he's built natural, organic installations --to great effect-- despite city official's requests that he abstain. The moral of the story is: do what you love and people will notice.
The always inventive "tinkerer" Muneteru Ujino shares some of his projects (while at the special Tokyo Designers Week 2012 edition of PKN Tokyo). Ujino's work often is cultural in nature -- he seeks to distill the essence of a society or subculture into his installations. Here he takes us on a wonderful trip to Bangladesh, where he participated in the 2012 Bangladesh Biennale.
PechaKucha Global Night—Albuquerque!
Albuquerque is participating in Global PechaKucha Night 2013! We're excited to present 10 inspiring presentations, about sustainable urban farming, hybrid architectures, strangecraft, burning theaters and everything in-between! Come check out the PARK(ing) Day installations out front on Central Ave, with cool classes happening all day...then, we'll start the PK fun at 17:20 (aka 5:20p)!
Intellect Begets Art
Eric Forman has worked for the past 13 years at the experimental intersection of art and design. In "Intellect Begets Art" from PKN New York Vol. 14 we hear how he uses his background in philosophy and technology to create interactive sculptures, robots, and other installations which incorporate a combination of organic and biological concepts.
The Profound Beauty of Indigo
"The choice to plant, transplant, weed, harvest, winnow, dry, compost, and ferment indigo entirely by hand is longer one of necessity. It is political. It is beautiful. It is labour. It is life." In The Profound Beauty of Indigo from Chicago's Powered by PechaKucha Event: United States Artists 2014 Artists Assembly, Ronald Ricketts shares his story of moving to Japan to teach English and explore Japanese craft heritage. He discovered indigo leaves and had an apprenticeship at a Tokushima dye factory. He became an indigo farmer, dyer and visual artist. His work developed into creating installations, establishing a social practice and spreading the indigo art.
Delighted to have Felicity Bristow artist and architect participating in our next session.