How much do we women dread getting our period? but Erika loves her period, and she's not afraid to tell you about it and it's healing qualities. This one made the male audience squirm, but sometimes it's good to talk about the things we usually try to keep quiet.
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BY KRISTOF CROLLA
@ VOL 15
ON MAY 24, 2013
Kristof Crolla discusses his work on "Golden Moon", an installation at 2012 Mid-Autumn Festival Lantern Wonderland in Hong Kong. From initial design to building and execution, Crolla leads the audience through the process of creating the moon, capping the presentation with stunning photos of the finished product.
"Presentation of the Day" on July 18, 2013.
What Colour is Your Blood?
BY DAVE MAZIERSKI
@ VOL 32
ON JAN 20, 2015
Colour plays many roles in medical and anatomical illustration: representational and symbolic, qualitative and quantitative, diagnostic and aesthetic. While some colour choices may seem obvious (such as red to represent blood), there is much more history, nuance and interpretation than meets the eye. Amongst other topics, Dave Mazierski presented the five different colours of blood, the wheel of urine, and the truth behind the real and imagined colours of our inner and outer anatomy.
The Moon is my Scholar Rock
BY MATTHEW CUMMINGS
@ VOL 18
ON FEB 11, 2016
"I was really interested in the challenge of replicating these textures, patterns, and forms of meteorites."
For Matthew Cummings, artwork has always been personal journey for escape and meditation in both the making process and viewing. "The Moon is my Scholar Rock" from PechaKucha Night Knoxville Vol. 18 is a look at the work from his last solo exhibition, 'The Moon is my Gongshi'. This group of work examined the moon as an object of meditation, the tradition of Chinese Scholar Rocks or Gongshi, and the inspiring career of his grandfather-in-law, Charles Bradshaw, who ran the computations department for NASA during the development of Rocket Technology.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, May 24th, 2016.
Design: Solving Mysteries Before they Happen
BY PAUL MOORE
@ VOL 3
ON DEC 08, 2016
Paul Moore presents on his process of architectural design which parallels a mystery story that we don't the ending because it hasn't happened yet. His design uses authentic practices, processes and places which start with the unknown end in mind and accept reality as it is.