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Victoria Event Centre
Aug 12, 2010
Bass Museum of Art
Mar 19, 2011
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The State Room
Jan 31, 2014
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The State Room
Mar 27, 2015
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Mar 19, 2015
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Sep 06, 2016
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Jan 25, 2018
BY JOSE RODRIGO MARTÍNEZ
@ VOL 5
ON MAY 22, 2014
GRUPO GENNOVA, fundado en el año 2012 con sede en la ciudad de Monterrey, México, es un taller de diseño, investigación y experimentación arquitectónica enfocado en la búsqueda e integración de los mejores sistemas de trabajo para cada proyecto y su contexto inmediato. Jose Rodrigo Martínez y la oficina reconoce a los cambios económicos, tecnológicos y culturales que ocurren a nivel global como una oportunidad única para la colaboración inter y multidisciplinaria.
GRUPO GENNOVA. Taller de arquitectura. Opera bajo la certeza que siempre ha existido y siempre existirá todo un mundo por crear.
Concepts in Time and Motion
BY JONATHAN SCHIPPER
@ VOL 2
ON OCT 16, 2014
Jonathan Schipper captures a moment of time through sculpture - developing ideas of time, space, speed and motion by crashing two cars together incredibly slowly over the span of two months.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 15, 2015.
Hustle, Sex, $$$
BY ALEXANDRA FINE
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 19, 2015
Alexandra Fine is devoted to proving that sex can be equally as pleasurable for both men and women and aiding that assertion with creative, well-designed and flawlessly-executed sexual innovations. Eva, the first of these inventions, quickly became the #1 crowdfunded sex toy — catapulting Alex and her business partner, Janet, into the spotlight for their uniquely engineered couples’ vibrator aimed at closing the pleasure gap. She is also generally into fun and happiness.
How a simple change can change your daily life
BY ANDRÈ WOUTERS
@ VOL 27
ON NOV 23, 2015
Everything changed for André Wouters when he started slowing down. Rather than taking his lease car he started traveling by public transportation. He started talking to people in the train and discovered new stories. He realised how a simple change can open up a whole new way of living.
Here, Just Now
BY DEUCE DEUCE
@ VOL 27
ON APR 12, 2016
Deuce Deuce is a nomadic curatorial collaboration between Elizabeth Murphy and Amy Jones, occupying retail and exhibition formats to explore the cross-over between art, apparel and the absorption of sub-culture into the mainstream.
Deuce Deuce is keen to support emerging practise, often working with recent graduates giving them their first commissioning opportunity. For HERE we have merged this ethos to include more established practises, giving these artists a space to explore an alternate aspect to there making. Having a print basis in the practise is not a pre-requisite for us when approaching practitioners, we know this project is unusual so we work closely with the selected artists to adapt and develop ideas for production.
Dance is the BEST
BY ERIK THURMOND
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Eric Thurmond is often asked what it means to be a dancer...to which he wonders if people understand what dance actually is. At PechaKucha Night NYC, he explains the four elements of dance, with some live demonstrations!
Erik is a performer from Snellville, Georgia. He has danced all over the world and shown his work in Atlanta, New Orleans, Birmingham, Houston, Detroit and New York City. His work centers around ideas of obsession, control and desire.
BY ALEJANDRO GÓMEZ DUGAND
@ VOL 14
ON SEP 15, 2016
A very speedy Laura Galindo presented 070 on behalf of Alejandro Gómez Dugand. On the Dewey Decimal library classification, 070 is the number for News media, journalism, and publishing. 070 is an independent on-line magazine covering all sorts of subjects in a slow pace, which contrary to the news frenzy of these days, allows each story to grow into a complete, facts-based, meaningful narrative.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
PKN Gothenberg: The line!
Jesper who runs PKN Gothenburg sent us this video and a question. ''Is this the line to the new Apple store announcing the next iPhone ??? No, it's the line to the season finale of Pecha Kucha Gothenburg. Holy Cow! Please remember that Gothenburg is a slow small city with a shitty climate''
PKN Miami Vol. 10
As we mentioned the other day, Miami is holding its next PechaKucha Night (Vol. 12) tomorrow night (June 9), but here are a few photos from PKN Miami Vol. 10, which was part of "Slow Art Day" -- you'll find more details and the list of presenters on the event page.
Biking in Bangkok, Hand-Made Jewelry, and the Return of PKN Santiago
Presentations What's it like riding a bike in Bangkok? As Greg Jorgensen's presentation (from PKN Bangkok Vol. 5) will reveal, it's all about the traffic. Pep Joan Tugores is a local jewelry handcrafter and in his presentation (in Spanish, from PKN Mallorca Vol. 1), he talks about how he learned to make hand-made jewelry, and then shares a few of his recent projects. Posters Today's new addition to the Tumblr blog is the poster you see above for the upcoming PKN Santiago Vol. 3, which marks a relaunch for that city's series. The PKN is set for September 6 at Galpon CAC. Photos Today we share a Flickr gallery of photos from PKN Uzice Vol. 2. Above, a look at some of the attendees, followed by two presenters. Calendar As we mentioned yesterday, it's a slow start this week, with the first PKNs happening tomorrow night (August 22), in the form of PKN Cairns Vol. 5 and PKN Durban Vol. 8.
My Lunch with Marvin
In "My Lunch with Marvin" from PKN Santa Cruz Vol. 5, Peter Chester speaks of his lunch outings with this father Marvin, in which the two of them speak on intellectual topics such as the illusion of free will, human psychology, as well as the fast and slow thinking mind. All the while, we're treated to beautiful, abstract visuals composed by Peter's mother, Elfi. More of her work can be found on her website.
The Night I Saw a Sloth Explode
"We are 'Travel Collectors'. We don't collet things so much as ideas and knowledge of the places we go." In "The Night I Saw a Sloth Explode" from PechaKucha Night Westport Vol. 1, self-proclaimed tech geek and globetrotting mom, Mary Luvera shares the story that she collected with her family on a recent trip to Costa Rica. While researching Costa Rica and plans for what to do there, the family became captivated by sloths which would become one of the trip's main focus ...and eventual highlight (no pun intended.) Mary shares some fascinating facts and mysteries the discovered along the way about sloths, and the story of the night in Costa Rica when she and her family saw one exploded.
The Beginning of Memory
"The story of Buffalo is inextricably linked to the notion of memory. That memory is now in danger." In The Beginning of Memory from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 14, Spanish architect and academic Miguel Guitart remembers the importance of Buffalo's signature past and visual legacy that has made the city unique, and compels the audience to slow down enough to observe it for themselves, together on a quest to find it's soul once more. In this beautiful poetic performance, he shares a series of ephemeral photos of the city, titled "Americana" with music by Philippe Rombi and excerpts of Laurie Anderson's "The Beginning of Memory", illustrating that despite PechaKucha's fixed format, presentations can take all forms.
PechaKucha Night - SLC March 18th!
PechaKucha Night SLC and Women in Architecture are bringing together a great presenter line-up. Come experience it March 18th! View this email in your browser It's time to get your tickets! For the 3rd straight year, the Women in Architecture group has persuaded fantastic presenters to take the stage and share with us their best 20x20 PechaKucha presentations. Get a load of this group!Amanda Bordeloin - civil engineerAngela Dean - architectWomen of Design Build BluffVirginia Pearce - Utah film commissionerLauren Barros - family rights attorneyCurtis Miller - mathematician/student/wage gap researcherJen Plumb - emergency room physicianMaria Vyas - transportation plannerSofia Gorder - dancer/educator/creatorPat Bagley - editorial cartoonistEsther Gubbay - architecture studentLuisa Whittaker-Brooks - chemistWhere: The State Room (638 South State Street)When: Friday, March 18th Doors open @ 7pm Presenters start @ 8pm-10:30pmTickets $15 advance - $20 at the door
Different Rhythm of Life
"With a global trend towards simple life style, there is an undeniable need to just slow down and rethink our priorities and regain our connection with nature." In Different Rhythm of Life from PKN Tokyo Vol. 135, entrepreneur Asako Hibi shares about Tabica, a collaborative consumption service that enables farmers and artisans in rural areas of Japan to connect with those looking for off-the-guidebook experiences. Tabica advocates simple, sustainable lifestyle and wants to support the repopulation and development of local communities throughout Japan.
Presentation Ground Rules
Often times, meetings and the presentations that drive them, are boring, slow and rarely effective. With PechaKucha presentations you are in for insightful experiences and ideas from our #ldnont community. Here are some gentle reminders for presenters: Your final presentation must include 20 images. Notice that we say "images" and not "slides." Successful PechaKucha 20x20 presentations usually have images that complement what the speaker is saying, as opposed to a bunch of bullets and text on the slide. Each image will be displayed for exactly 20 seconds. The images automatically progress during the presentation. Speakers have no control over the advancement of the slides. We can help you with setting that up! Is this a sales thing? Absolutely not. In fact, PechaKucha Night is a nonprofit organization. We just love chitchat.No sales pitches. Is PechaKucha Night family-friendly? Yes! Each presentation is suitable for all ages. Please no inappropriate images or language. Remember, you will be presenting in a public space that is open to people of all ages. Audiences may include everyone from high school students to retired. If you wouldn’t say it in front of your Maman, don’t say it in front of your PechaKucha family. No political campaigning. No preaching. Deadline to submit presentation is always 7 days prior to the event. With all this focus on the mechanical aspect of your presentation it's easy to forget to really talk to your audience. Make contact, converse, be warm, and be human. It's one of the more intimate presentation styles and formats. Have fun!
City Focus: Brisbane
Temperate and tantalizing Brisbane has taken the slow and steady approach in inspiring and entertaining their fellow Brizbanians, hosting, count 'em, FIFTY PechaKucha Nights since 2007! This is no easy task, and we know! This week for their semicentennial volume, they'll also be celebrating their 10th anniversary in the Queensland Capital! Look forward to seeing presentations from Turbine Platform, Brisbane Powerhouse, and join them if you're down under!