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Constructing the Invisible

BY KATE DARBY
@ VOL 28 ON JUL 06, 2016

Kate Darby is an architect. She practices as KDA and is an Invisible Studio collaborator. She runs an MArch design unit at the Welsh school of architecture, is a studio tutor on the Design and Make MArch for the Architectural Association in Hooke Park and is co-founder of the annual making workshop, Studio in the Woods. She will be arguing for the importance of context and making in regeneration as illustrated by two projects she has designed: a landscape proposal which curates the public experience of a post quarrying landscape and an architectural studio in Herefordshire.

 

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Shona Macnaughton

BY SHONA MACNAUGHTON
@ VOL 35 ON OCT 25, 2018

Shona Macnaughton is an artist based in Glasgow. Her practice is rooted in performance, writing and film, and questions of technology, subjectivity and labour. She explores the political conditions around specific architectures and institutional frameworks. Alongside this she takes part in projects with the collective Eastern Surf. Forthcoming projects include We Nurture, a commission from Collective gallery, Edinburgh.

 

SITEWIDE Search Results: “invisible labour”

Revista Invisible
Magazine, Revista Invisible in Bogota

PAST VOL 18

Cape Town @ The Assembly
May 08, 2012

PAST VOL 1

Osaka @ Trois Dix organic restaurant
Jun 08, 2013

PAST VOL 23

Taipei @ xuexue institute
May 25, 2013

PAST VOL 11

Ottawa @ Knox Church
Oct 02, 2014

PAST VOL 2

St Joseph @ The Veranda at the Whitcomb
Aug 20, 2015

PAST VOL 29

Christchurch @ Christchurch Civic Offices
Oct 24, 2016

PAST VOL 27

Bozeman @ The Ellen Theatre
Apr 18, 2018

PAST VOL 27

Bozeman @ The Ellen Theatre
Apr 19, 2018

PAST VOL 40

Edinburgh @ Summerhall Cafe
Dec 15, 2018

PAST ART OF YOUR MIND, Powered by PechaKucha

Powered by PechaKucha @ Lazareti
Dec 11, 2018

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The Invisible Internet of Everything

BY MADHURI EUNNI
@ VOL 31 ON DEC 04, 2014

Technology has evolved over the years to a point where we are a hyper connected society today. Science, engineering and collective intelligence have come together to create powerful internet of things around us. In this presentation, Madhuri Eunni, founder and CEO of SKE labs, explores the infinite possibilities of IoT from wearables, smart homes to smart cities and how it changes the way we live.

"Presentation of the Day" on March 10, 2015.

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Invisible Bonds

BY ERIKA KITAMURA
@ VOL 9 ON DEC 02, 2014

Our daily life is made of invisible, spiritual and sacred bonds.
Erika Kitamura asked: "How can we find these joints and make them visible?"
In her project, she tries to organize and to reunite every little invisible thing to create what we might call "the sacred routes", which animate and form our life.
Here, you will discover 3 of her 40 traditional-innovative applications created to reveal the inner journey that shows our intimate relationship with people and the environment. {in French}

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Invisible problems of blind people

BY VITALY MUNIROV
IN CHELYABINSK

Author of the project forblind.org Vitaly Munirov tells how to improve life of blind and visually impaired people by means of technologies. Is it possible to make the city available for blind and why application of ideas in technologies for blind is more important than patents and copyright?

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Invisible - The Art of Motion Picture Editing

BY DANIEL V. VELEZ
@ VOL 2 ON AUG 20, 2015

Dan Velez is a Michigan based independent film editor and communications wizard, with a passion for all things cinema.

"What does editing mean in the context of cinema? Dan takes us through the history of editing beginning with the origins of the motion picture. In a world of shorter attention spans and limited time, editing is a crucial tool for story telling."

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Happiness is Invisible, But it is Everywhere

BY DANIEL RIOS
@ VOL 13 ON JUN 23, 2016

Daniel Rios shares his images of three people in three different corners of El Paso who are giving little snippets of happiness to whomever is fortunate enough to notice them.

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Invisible Forces

BY BOBBY KONERU
@ VOL 12 ON JUN 21, 2018

Bobby Koneru describes how creativity, productivity, and happiness may be found in the silent, invisible spaces of our mind, rather than through our five senses.

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Invisible Architecture of Sound

BY JAE SHIN
@ VOL 2 ON MAR 01, 2018

Jae Shin encourages you to hear the spaces you inhabit and contemplate how sound shapes our architecture and visa versa.  A self described "physics geek", he shares some of the beautiful form-making that propogates from the vibrations we hear.

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The invisible work against terrorism

BY MARTIN LARCHER
@ SCIENCE FOR EUROPE, SCIENCE FOR ME, POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA ON MAY 17, 2019

Terrorists are invisible. It is impossible to find a terrorist in a crowded place full of people. Terrorism is based on fear. This fear might prevent people from doing things that they would normally do, going to places they used to visit, or just enjoying life. We might feel powerless with the knowledge that there is not much we can do about this threat. But in reality, a lot is being done. In this presentation, JRC researcher Martin Larcher talks about the invisible work to protect people from terrorism

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Thoughtless Drawing Experiments, Invisible Elements in Good Design, and Providence's 40th

Presentations Tyler Weiss says he doesn't draw much anymore, but in his presentation (from PKN Williamsburg Vol. 1) he takes us on tour of some of the drawn art he's produced over the years, explaining where the inspiration came from. Susanna Cots is an internationally renowned interior designer from Barcelona who, in her presentation (in Catalan, from PKN Mallorca Vol. 1), explains the importance of invisible elements in a good design. Posters New additions to the Tumblr blog today include a few older posters, like the one for PKN Des Moines Vol. 7 you see above, as well as posters for last week's PKN Bemidji Vol. 14, last month's PKN Providence Vol. 40, and May's PKN New Haven Vol. 12. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzqoV1C3lqs Video As we mentioned above, we added the poster for last month's momentous PKN Vol. 40 in Providence to our poster blog, but here's also a 2-minute video produced by the Providence Journal that will give you a peek of what the outdoor event was like. Calendar We have two PKNs on tap for tonight (Friday, August 24): PKN Nagoya Vol. 12 and PKN Guangzhou Vol. 11. On Saturday, you can catch these two events: PKN Nagano Vol. 21 and PKN Gibsons Vol. 3. 

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Why it is Great to Work in the Sewers - the Reprise

You ever think about where your flushes end up, or who handles it? Sewage District worker Michael Mucha shares how wastewater is being transformed from invisible to invaluable. In “Why it is Great to Work in the Sewers - The Reprise” from PKN Madison, WI Vol. 10 he speaks about how passionate people not afraid to get their hands dirty are turning our sewage problems into priceless product.

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The Invisible Internet of Everything

How many of your appliances are already controlled by the collective intelligence of the internet? Science, engineering, and collective intelligence have come together to create a powerful internet of things around us. In “The Invisible Internet of Things” from PKN Toronto Vol. 31, Madhuri Eunni, founder and CEO of SKE labs, explores the infinite possibilities of the internet of things from wearables, smart homes, to smart cities, and how it changes the way we live.

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Rediscovering Familiar Subjects

The telescope and the microscope made the invisible, visible. But what new tools do we have for doing this today?  Strategic Projects Executive at Autodesk Pete Kelsey is using photogrammetry, laser scanners, and other new technologies to see places and object in new, exciting ways. In “Rediscovering Familiar Subjects” from PKN Bozeman Vol. 13, he speaks about his work digitally preserving Easter Islands’s famous moai statues, and archiving the USS Arizona wreck at Pearl Harbor.

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The Profound Beauty of Indigo

"The choice to plant, transplant, weed, harvest, winnow, dry, compost, and ferment indigo entirely by hand is longer one of necessity. It is political. It is beautiful. It is labour. It is life." In The Profound Beauty of Indigo from Chicago's Powered by PechaKucha Event: United States Artists 2014 Artists Assembly, Ronald Ricketts shares his story of moving to Japan to teach English and explore Japanese craft heritage. He discovered indigo leaves and had an apprenticeship at a Tokushima dye factory. He became an indigo farmer, dyer and visual artist. His work developed into creating installations, establishing a social practice and spreading the indigo art. 

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The Long Black Wig Project

“Recall the idiom Everything But the Kitchen Sink…This is NOT that space.” In The Long Black Wig Project from PechaKucha Night Bryan’s 5th Volume Speaker Becky Eddy Phillips rhythmically details a her multimedia artistic piece. The Long Black Wig Project enters contemporary plots in art, science, domesticity, mothering, and feminism. Using art like a verb, it wavers in leaps and falls between the intellectual and domestic realms. At the same time, the work is introspective, balancing the overlapping (though historically antithetical) realms of mother and artist: how to stay connected to art depends on the artists connectivity to her children. An ambitious multi-media exhibit, it is contained within A Vacuous Space. A multitude of video vignettes are projected within it’s relative space. With titles such as Miss Sara Tonin’s Fancy and My Feminism Hurts My Marriage, the imagery is strangely eerie with a feminine edge as if there were an invisible link to the past lives of women associated with Surrealism. A long wig is seen throughout the work and acts as a connective fiber.  

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The Fragrant City

“Smell gives us a sense of place. Our nose is our built in navigator and every city is filled with smell scapes.” In The Fragrant City from PechaKucha Night Maastrict Volume 29, Speaker Tanja Schell shows how powerful one of our most ignored senses is. We live in a world of scents. And we are influenced by them 24/7. All those scents influence our mood and our wellbeing, all of them. Even those we are not aware of. Scent is a hidden but powerful dimension which adds a strong sense of place to the urban space, it makes cities more attractive and more safe. After ages of reducing and controlling odour emissions in the city, time has come to develop a positive policy to use this invisible power.

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Introduction of Luke Wilson

Hi Wanaka and whole Pecha Kucha audience! Here is another special PKN presenter! Luke Wilson will share his passion with us on coming Friday at Rippon Hall. Luke Wilson is super unique with his metal creations and things that he is creating out of recycled materials. Luke has taken out the overall prize at the Wanaka Arts Society Labour Weekend Exibition for his sculpture titled Cutlery Kea. This one will be just rad. Stoked?PKN crew

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Brighton Mascots

  When Woody took up the banton of producing the regular PechaKucha Nights in Brighton, back in 2015, it was decided that a new mascot should be featured at the start of the evenings.   So far, there's be 'Astro Boy' turning himself invisible for Volume 20's 'Japan Brighton' Night; a locally grown walnut befitting both the 'Good Grub' themed event but also perfect for explaining what PechaKucha is - "in a nutshell PechaKucha is just that - what people do + love condensed in to 6minutes 40"; a neon yellow birthday candle celebrating PechaKucha turning 13; a compass for Volume 25 Getting Around; a collective of images for 'All Together'. Woody says she knows what the next mascot will be for the first of Brighton's 2017 events called 'Re: Re: Re:' but for now she's keeping it under her hat.  Could it be that?  Join the Brighton crew on 25th January for Volume 26 to find out.   

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The View Behind the Cafe

"Every week there are new items, objects, things, stuff that people abandon that people put out, leave out, the flotsam and jetsam of the modern age. It's just back there, new stuff all the time. In The View Behind the Cafe from PechaKucha Night Dayton Vol. 32, James Luckett observes the parking lot behind his workplace.  His photos transform the invisible into new compositions, from abandoned dolls to shadows on concrete.