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Beauty And Mystery
BY KOKONE WATANABE AND JOJI WATANABE
@ PECHAKUCHA X DESIGN-AH EXHIBITION (KIDS)
ON MAR 23, 2013
This presentation was done through a kids workshop at the 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT, as part of the "Design-ah exhibition." The kids had 2 hours to find interesting things in the area, and take a photo, and then put together a PechaKucha 20x20 presentation. (in Japanese)
21_21 DESIGN SIGHTのデザインあ展にて行われたこども版PechaKuchaプレゼンテーションです。2時間の中で見つけたおもしろいもの、興味があるものの写真を撮り、PechaKuchaフォーマットで発表してくれています。
BY JANET STEPHENSON
@ VOL 20
ON NOV 14, 2013
Janet Stephenson presents us with numerous idyllic photographs of the New Zealand tussock grasslands, and encourages us to question the subtle inconsistencies found within her photographs. She speaks specifically on the small creeks or "races" lining the hillsides, and at first inquires as to why they exist -- she then delves into the mysteries nature unveils.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 16, 2014.
BY JENNY JONES
@ VOL 11
ON FEB 21, 2014
Jenny Jones lives in Bangor and teaches 4th grade at the Glenburn Elementary School. Outside of the classroom, she loves reading, geocaching, and playing board games. Jenny describes how she combines her love of social media and passion for teaching and takes her classroom around the world.
Mystery Weekend 2014
BY BRAD PENISTON
@ VOL 11
ON FEB 21, 2014
Brad Peniston, an editor in Washington, D.C, and his brother James, a sculptor in West Philly, take a trip every winter to try something new and exciting. This year, they decided to go to Bangor and uncovered the history there and show case some cool people in the area by organizing a PechKucha Night there.
The Mystery of the Missing of Toilet
BY STEPH ST. LAURENT
@ VOL 3
ON MAY 26, 2015
How are is it to find a toilet in Budapest? Apparently, much more difficult than you might think. Join Steph St. Laurent on his gastro-intestinal journey through Hungary. Search for clues as to the wherabouts of the missing toilets along the way.
The Most Mysterious Book In the World
"The script, the text, the language that appears in this document, appears nowhere else on earth. To this day, nobody knows the meaning even a single word of it."
In a world where so few codes remain unbroken and the secrets of so many ancient, obscure writing systems have been revealed, one medieval manuscript remains completely shrouded in mystery. A software developer and organizer for PechaKucha Night Asheville, Jay Hill gave this brief history of the Voynich Manuscript in "The Most Mysterious Book in the World" at PechaKucha Night Asheville Vol 8: "The Art of Science."
Equal Parts Love and Mystery
BY AIDEN GRENNELLE
@ VOL 10
ON DEC 02, 2015
Aiden Grennelle is a graphic designer living and working in Dublin. His career has been a colourful mix of experiences, a trainee hairdresser in early 80s Dublin, casual labourer in Dubai, to design college in Dundee, Scotland. He has been an art director, actor and theatre director, failed indie-band frontman, shoe designer and more recently creative director of one of Dublin well known design studios. He is now a part of WorkGroup, formerly Conor & David.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Where in the World is this PKN?
It sure is fun finding random photos taken at PechaKucha Nights on Flickr -- yes, we do like to keep an eye out in case something good pops up. Here's another mystery, yet attractive shot, with the possible cities -- according to our calendar -- being Billings, Huancayo, Warsaw, Bangalore, or Saint-Etienne (the photo was taken on December 3, 2010, by Flickr user Lisa Kori).
Reviving Urban Environments, the Mysteries of the Teutonic Knights, and Outside in Cancun
Presentations Payam Shalchian and Jamie Black, two alumni from the Institute Without Boundaries, talk (at PKN Toronto Vol. 13) about the significance of collective action in reviving urbanized environments. They use Lota, a project in Chile, as a case study, reflecting on the project's outcome in relation to various aspects of Toronto. Marek Czechowski is a traveler and researcher, and in his presentation (in Polish, from PKN Koszalin Vol. 7) he talks about the real history of the teutonic knights, who during the 13th century ruled the North of Poland. This is however a history that doesn't follow any school books or academic sources. This story reveals the very truth about the knights, who, according to Marek, were not able to build their famous brick castles themselves... Gaining spontaneous applause, Marek proves they had no necessary knowledge to do this, and that they had insufficient money, as well as insufficient building materials. Posters We have two new posters on our Tumblr blog today: a flyer for PKN Kyoto Vol. 7, and then one from Nantes (pictured above), for the city's upcoming PKN Vol. 3 (set for June 19). Photos We have a few new Facebook galleries to share with you today. Above, a few photos from this past weekend's PKN Cancun Vol. 3 -- the event had been postponed because of bad weather, but this time it was all go for a beautiful outdoor setting. PKN Cancun Vol. 3 [Facebook]PKN Cagliari Vol. 3 [Facebook]PKN Bahrain Vol. 5 [Facebook] Links A few links from around the web, including two that relate to the recent PKN Edmonton Vol. 13 (pictured above)."Always in Touch With Social Media" [Edmonton Sun]"PechaKucha Night: Edmonton #13" [MasterMaq's Blog]"Presentation Skills I Learnt from PechaKucha" [Design Sojourn]Calendar Tonight's (June 13) PechaKucha satisfaction comes your way from PKN Okayama Vol. 14 and PKN Adelaide Vol. 3. Tomorrow, look out for these events: PKN Pittsfield Vol. 2, PKN Toronto Vol. 16, PKN Sheffield Vol. 11, PKN Ornskoldsvik Vol. 1, PKN Portsmouth Vol. 11, and PKN Saint-Etienne Vol. 10.
Here lies an abandoned amusement park deep within the Treptower Park forest of East Berlin, originally built by the Deutsche Demokratische Republik in 1969. In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Miami, Vol. 15), Anthony Spinello and Agustina Woodgate discuss the history of this delapidated "jungle of thrill machines" and the creative events that were to take place within the park starting June 2012. Research of the what the space was, and what it could be in the future was to be conducted: there was a Kickstarter project, much promotion was done, even a fancy website was made. But what has happened since then, remains a bit of a mystery in itself...
Listening to Popcorn
The nefarious, hidden underworld of popcorn is out there; you just have to keep your ears to the ground. Is popcorn just a delicious snack to enjoy or is there some deeper meaning to be discovered? In "Listening to Popcorn" from PKN Sharjah Vol. 4, Rami Salame, an enthusiast for investigation and popcorn, cracks down on the mystery shrouded around popcorn and seeks to uncover the truth of its existence. Listen as he explains his comical deduction of popcorn's unlikely relationship to typewriters and accordions.
Listening to Popcorn
The nefarious, hidden underworld of popcorn is out there; you just have to keep your ears to the ground. Is popcorn just a delicious snack to enjoy or is there some deeper meaning to be discovered? Rami Salame, an enthusiast for investigation and popcorn, cracks down on the mystery shrouded around popcorn and seeks to uncover the truth of its existence. In "Listening to Popcorn" from PKN Sharjah Vol. 4, he goes into depth on his comical theories of popcorn's unlikely relationship to typewriters and accordions.
Ever wondered what your hometown would look like after a major catastrophy? Jadrien Cousens is a Maine-based artist who jumps between traditional and digital mediums. At PKN Bangor, ME Vol. 7 he presents on his series entitled "Aftermath" which shows eight images of constructed and deconstructed spaces using image manipulation. He explains the reason for the series was to display his loss of mystery for Bangor now from when he was a child.
Intelligence and Mysteries
“Science fiction is inevitably science fact.” Science fiction author Jeremy Gosnell speaks on the current state of artificial intelligence and biotechnology. In “Intelligence and Mysteries” from PKN Accident Vol. 2, he goes into depth on some of science’s most impressive recent developments, and how many of these concepts make it into his exciting new book, The Terminal.
Architecture: Elements of Beauty, Serenity, Joy
"We all need shelter for survival and when that shelter is beautiful, magic, and fun, it will uplift our spirits."In Architecture: Elements of Beauty, Serenity, Joy from PechaKucha Forster, Ian Sercombe shares being inspired by magic, mystery, beauty, and serenity, and how he invokes those ideals and aesthetics into his highly contemplative and tranquil architectural work. He uses traditional adobe rammed earth structure and textures to create energy efficient living spaces of beauty to live a life in.
The Most Mysterious Book in the World
"The script, the text, the language that appears in this document, appears nowhere else on earth. To this day, nobody knows the meaning even a single word of it."In a world where so few codes remain unbroken and the secrets of so many ancient, obscure writing systems have been revealed, one medieval manuscript remains completely shrouded in mystery. A software developer and organizer for PechaKucha Night Asheville, Jay Hill gave this brief history of the Voynich Manuscript in "The Most Mysterious Book in the World" at PechaKucha Night Asheville Vol 8: "The Art of Science."
10 Years Drawing
“I play a lot with different murals and different perspectives...everything is done with markers.” In 10 Years Drawing from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 138, Przemek Sobocki shares some of the amazing work that he's done with a marker. 10 years ago, Sobocki arrived to Tokyo as an Illustrator at the beginning of his career. And during this past decade he has grown up a little bit, his work has evolved becoming more complex yet more plain, sometimes more colourful, sometimes more sharp and graphical, elegant yet still with a pinch of mystery.