Monday, April 26, 2010
"We must however, acknowledge that within the universe, as it seems to me that man with all his noble qualities...still bares in his bodily frame the indelible stamp of his origin."
"The boundary condition of the universe is that it has no boundary."
This image stood out to me at last weeks lecture. The intense detail denotes the thought processes that must have occured during the development process and in a sense it is the mind of the artist on canvas. The work seems to travel is a circular motion. This particular process is one which as first year students we are beginning to learn and carry out within each new experiment we undertake. A collection of abstract structures are present in the image. Objects sitting on top of each and interwoven. My particular design for Hawking and Darwin is a similar however far more simplified version. Rectangular prisms sit within and overlap each other to create a seemingly disorganised and unstable structure. The image is made up of many simple three-dimensional shapes being brought together to create this very complex idea. This idea is the basis for our very own design which we have produced to crawl over a custom environment, just as this piece seems to do.
Monday, April 19, 2010
"The boundary condition of the universe is that it has no boundary"
A breif history of time: From the big bang to blackholes, 1988.
"We must however, acknowledge, as it seems to me that man with all his noble qualities...still bares in his bodily frame the indelible stamp of his lowly origin"
The Decent of Man, 1871.
" There is a clear link between access to electricity and standard of living. There is therefore an urgent need to address this inequality throughout the world, and photovoltaic technology is well positioned to be the part of the solution"
Precinct, issue 4/2007 p22-23
Saturday, April 10, 2010
An interior image of the Below ground roof with the vision/light panels. As central stairs that link all the rooms within the studio. Again with relevance to the family structure.
This is the an animated section of both levels and the datum level showing how they fit together.
An interior animation with emphasis on the stairs to the above ground studio (Swallow) and once down into the below ground studio (Piccinini) emphasis on the roof and light/viewing panels.