Nikki Pugh was an exchange student near Tokyo and was shocked by how people in Japan give directions. They draw maps using the train station as the starting point. This gave her the idea to collect postcards with maps on them, cut out all of the text, and then go on an adventure to discover what those places were. She did this at each of the 29 stations along the Yamanote train line.
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MAP: Art, Architecture and Being Social
BY BILLY GRUNER
@ VOL 9
ON FEB 28, 2014
Last year, Billy Gruner began an exhibition project with some friends called Modern Art Projects (MAP). The exhibitions were placed in simple domestic environments, exploring the radical architectural design of the 1950s and 60s. This idea evolved into exhibtions held in sometimes little-known architectural treasures around the area, with performance art pieces and more.
A Feast For The Eyes
BY MERILEE GRAGE
Marilee Grage had the adventure of her lifetime exploring the exceptional caves around lake Superior and realizing she has a frost fetish. An incredible feast for the eyes, frost is changing angles and geometry and frozen waterfalls are colored in different hues. Marilee gives us her secret - watercolors can freeze and let you go abstract!
Tokyo Around the Clock
BY ELENA AFRAMOVA
@ VOL 131
ON DEC 16, 2015
"I wanted to show places that tourists cannot see, and strangers are not allowed."
In Tokyo Around the Clock, from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 131, Elena Aframova shares her 5-years-in-the-making photo project that utilizes thousands of dramatic black & white photographs to depict everyday life in Tokyo in the form of a graphic novel.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, January 15th, 2015.
Memory Walks - Is This The Way I Went?
BY ARTHUR HUANG
@ VOL 136
ON JUN 02, 2016
"I have over 1500 eggs in my studio at home [and] a very understanding wife."
In Memory Walks - Is This The Way I Went? from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 136, artist and scientist Arthur Huang talks about the evolution of his Memory Walks Project which he began in 2012. This project draws influences from his research work in neuroscience and delves into ways of visualizing everyday memories, on all of all things, eggs. His solo exhibition of the same title is on display at HAGISO from May 17 - June 5, 2016.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" On Friday, June 10th, 2016.
Maps as a Tool for Perception
BY GABRIEL GIANORDOLI
@ VOL 18
ON MAY 18, 2017
Gabriel Gianordoli discusses humanizing data through mapping - and how maps can be used as a tool to reflect data in different perspectives in this PechaKucha presentation for NYCxDesign.
Gabriel is a designer and developer from Brazil, currently based in Brooklyn, NY. He has worked with both print and digital media, with experiences ranging from editorial to UX design. His work is focused on information design and interaction. He is currently a Creative Researcher at The Office for Creative Research, a hybrid research group working at the intersection of technology, culture, and education.