Line

The Follower

The Decent

Distant

Rotate

Approach

Another

Decent

East London Advertiser

Clip

NOTICE

STORY BOARD FOR ANOTHER SPACE FOR A WALL

On the Side

Issue: Liberation

In the Moment

Brain Ache

Flow

Close Up

Old/New Walls

Touched Stones

Step

Prosthetic Cliff

Wearing Heart

Mouldable Air

Grown In

Forgiven

Burning in Every Moment

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The Hermit Kingdom allowed international media to watch its largest ever military parade
- part of the campaign to establish Kim Jong-il’s youngest son as the leader-in-waiting.
Video by Dan Chung and Tania Branigan.

Slow Motion Parade

Commodifying Bodies

Prod

Minimal Attire

He Understands

Strange Man

- REFLECTIONS FROM A HEAD STUCK IN A HOLE SOMEWHERE

GETTING DEEPER NOW

With Flawed Notes on the Idea of Tractor as Human.

Drawing Together a Big Ball of Space Existing in the Head of a Human

Sections taken from the hour version, the soundtrack to which was made as a live performance in collaboration with SounDoenTravel
at the Jeu de Paume in November 2011, mixing live speech with recorded material documenting the interaction of costumed figures
with the general public. The sound was then broadcast in the auditorium of the Jeu de Paume and layered against a silent video projection of visual
footage edited from the wider project. Here the chance interactions of the sound and images aimed to create new perspectives from which to perceive
both the audio and visual components.

Voices: Natasha Rosling, Clement Douala, Pauline Curnier Jardin

Excerpt from Scale and Forces


listen to the performance from the 26.11.2011 at the Jeu de Paume
NATASHA ROSLING IN COLLABORATION WITH SOUNDOESNTRAVEL 

Voices by Natasha Rosling, Clément Douala and Pauline Curnier-Jardin. My video Projection in the auditorium was accompanied
by a soundtrack developed as a live radio show aired from the  Jeu de Paume, which I worked on with the collective soundoentravel.
The show wove together live voice, improvised sound effects, audio footage from public interventions and live mobile contact with
performers in the public spaces surrounding the Jeu de Paume, Paris.

Scale and Forces

Excerpt: Video Stills

Brain Pick

Click here to listen

Soundscape of the Giants

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Transparent Skin

In the Undergrowth

The Shore

Good Company

View

Inside


with special thanks to the Eden Project.

Vegetation

Fingergram

The Field of Fingers featured Live on 7th November at 4pm GMT on the NTS Radio show, Out of Range .

Listen to Out Of Range 07.11 by NTS RADIO

Click here to go the NTS Page



Out of Range

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The Manual

Sit

Conversations With the Outside

Stand

Conversations With the Outside

Point

Conversations With the Outside

Clips

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The Body in Question

Lawncrater

“nobody has ever returned from the infinitely complex world of
dreams infinitely nested”

No Return

Note that the use of the third dimension in computing systems is not either-or choice but a continuum between two and three dimensions.
In terms of biological intelligence, the human cortex is actually rather flat, with only six thin layers that are elaborately folded, and
architecture that greatly increases the surface area. This folding is one way to use the third dimension. In ‘fractal’ systems (systems in
which a drawing replacement or folding rule is iteratively applied), structures that are elaborately folded are considered to constitute a
partial dimension. From that perspective, the convoluted surface of the human cortex represents a number of dimensions in between two
and three. Other brain structures such as the cerebellum, are three dimensional but comprise a repeating structure that is essentially two-
dimensional. It is likely that our future computational systems will also combine systems that are highly folded two-dimensional systems
with fully three-dimensional structures. (Ray Kurzweil, The Singularity is Near, pp.68)

Fractal Dimensions and the Brain


Bionic body parts better than real ones?

Eyeborg


Virus ball visualizations by Chris Stocker.

Spore


Photograph taken through microscope of glass chip found on street in Bristol.

Micro Ball


Large scale banner for city building in collaboration with Chris Stocker & Blink Giant Media.

Benign Building


photo: Sol Archer

Finger Eye

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Phase 1

Tragedy

Mapping Diet Programme


with Chris Stocker

Rock Hand

Terrains

Close Up

What is Mars ubiquitous dust really like, close-up? Scientists from the Phoenix missions are
finding out with the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM), an instrument that is providing the highest
magnification of anything seen from another world. A couple of months ago the Phoenix Mars
Lander used its optical microscope to image small grains of the Martian soil. Read the rest »

Nano Dust


microscopic imaging

Rather Unsightly Skin

Grabbing Buildings


Santa Cruz Argentina
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Cueva de las Manos

photo collage

Lavawound

Print


Generated with Chris Stocker

Cellscape

Bugs on Bud

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Phase 2

Usually, running five minutes late is a bad thing since you might
lose your dinner
reservation or miss out on tickets to the latest
show. But when a planet runs five minutes late, astronomers
get excited because it suggests that another world is nearby.
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Kepler spacecraft discovers ‘invisible world’

Endoscope

Cosmic Jelly

click image to read

more articles:

wiki/Transhumanist

Coming-to-grips-with-intelligent-machines

archives.betterhumans.com

http://jetpress.org/v20/sorgner.htm

Building Universes/Building Biology


3D generated image in collaboration with Chris Stocker.

Blobscape 1


A sci-fi-like skin gun that sprays stem cells onto burned skin is the latest treatment
in helping burn victims, scientists say. Read the rest »

Skin Gun

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Feeling the Loss

Stump