Monthly Archives: February 2018

Scrub Transmissions No.2

Originally posted on Adventures In Political Landscapes:
The Scrub Transmissions series is an occasional installation project run by Julie Campbell aka LoneLady, in which she ‘cements an MP3 device into the fabric of a structure, somewhere in the city or…

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Study Links Ancient Cave Drawings and Language Origins

Sound echoing within caves may have also influenced what early humans put on rock walls. Source: Study Links Ancient Cave Drawings and Language Origins

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Charleston-based graphic designer Mike Winkelman has been doing a digital illustration everyday for the past 10 years. Currently on his eleventh round, the purpose of this project was to help him “get over the fear of starting a project, but … Continue reading

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Elaborate Paper Origami Tessellations and Kusudamas by Ekaterina Lukasheva

Moscow-based paper artist Ekaterina Lukasheva first tried folding paper at the age of 14 when a mathematics professor brought in a book on kusudamas. The traditional paper sphere technique requires an understanding of geometry to ensure the individual units fit … Continue reading

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Bi-oceanic Train Will Join Ports in Brazil and Peru

The project for the construction of a bi-oceanic train that will join ports in Brazil and Peru and will go through Bolivia. Source: Bi-oceanic Train Will Join Ports in Brazil and Peru

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The Neuroscience of Drumming: Researchers Discover the Secrets of Drumming & The Human Brain – Open Culture

An old musician’s joke goes “there are three kinds of drummers in the world—those who can count and those who can’t.” But perhaps there is an even more global divide. Perhaps there are three kinds of people in the world—those … Continue reading

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Suspended Ocean Wave Installations by Miguel Rothschild

Multidisciplinary artistt Miguel Rothschild works across a wide variety of mediums from modified photography to glass sculpture and textiles. In several recent works the Argentine artist has captured the slow roll of ocean waves in suspended fabric installations titled Elegy … Continue reading

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Evil rat stars in political Rio parade

Beija Flor samba school wins Rio Carnival with a show sharply criticising corruption in Brazil. Source: Evil rat stars in political Rio parade

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In 1848 A French Commune Built an Interconnected Treehouse Cabaret Based on Swiss Family Robinson- Colossal

For over a century, Parisians were drawn out of the city and into the neighboring village of Le Plessis-Piquet to experience charming summer evenings among the township’s tall trees. What started as open air dancehalls called “guinguettes,” turned into treehouse cabarets … Continue reading

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BATUCADA GROOVES AND STOPS BEATS: BATERIA FASCINATING SAMBA DRUMMING

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