Posts Tagged ‘city’

PARTICIPATORY URBAN PLANNING

Monday, July 6, 2009 17:53 8 Comments

Candy Chang is an urban planner, artist and graphic designer based in Helsinki, Finland where she is a design specialist for Nokia. Before moving to Finland Candy lived in New York City (2001 -2009) where she carried out diverse collaborative community-based projects aimed at making information sharing more accessible and engaging through design and the […]

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‘Outside In’ – Interview With John F. Simon Jr.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009 12:38 No Comments

CPU (1999) Software, Macintosh 28oc, and acrylic plastic Runs Continuously, Never Repeats Courtesy of Collezione Maramotti Interview by Marcia Caines On Saturday 7th March the Collezione Maramotti of Reggio Emilia opened the first Italian exhibition of the American software artist John F. Simon Jr. ‘Outside In’ displays 5 of the artist’s artworks from 1999 to […]

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“Torino 011. Biography of a city”

Wednesday, June 18, 2008 14:11 No Comments

Originally published on Cluster On Sunday, June 29th will be the opening of the “Torino 011. Biography of a city” is the exhibition, housed at the OGR, the ex Officine Grandi Riparazioni (the railway state company’s former workshop) at Torino. The exhibition is organized by the Urban Center Metropolitano and devoted to the physical, social […]

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The city that never sleeps … nor stops talking

Tuesday, March 11, 2008 9:20 No Comments

Originally published on MIT news, reblogged by Cluster. Image / senseable city lab. NYTE’s Globe Encounters visualizes in real time the volumes of Internet data flowing between New York and cities around the world. The size of the glow on a particular city location corresponds to the amount of IP traffic flowing between that place […]

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The Endless City

Tuesday, March 4, 2008 17:43 No Comments

Originally published on A Daily Dose of Architecture, written by John, reblogged by Cluster The Endless City bills itself as “an authoritative and visually rich survey of the contemporary city,” the favorite subject of many thinkers today. Edited by Ricky Burdett and Deyan Sudjic, the sizable book (approx. 9″ square, 2″ thick and just over […]

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