BROOKLYN Search Results: “object”
The Architecture of Sound
BY STEREOTANK !
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 19, 2015
Stereotank, founded by Venezuelan NY-based architects Marcelo Ertorteguy and Sara Valente, is dedicated to exploring the common territories between space and sound through the design and construction of sound instruments, urban artifacts, and public installations. At PK Night Brooklyn Volume 6, they share some of their sound recordings from installations around the world!
Message in a Bottle
BY GEORGE BOORUJY
@ VOL 8
ON MAR 04, 2016
George Boorujy was born and bred in New Providence New Jersey, and now lives in Brooklyn, along with almost everyone else. He is represented by P.P.O.W. gallery in New York, and teaches at the School of Visual Arts.
Check out George's project, New York Pelagic, here!
Read about the bottle that washed up on a beach in France here!
SITEWIDE Search Results: “object”
Ústí nad Labem
Galerie Emila Filly
Oct 09, 2012
Art Institute of Chicago Modern Wing
Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago
Aug 16, 2012
Opalka Gallery/The Sage Colleges
Dec 05, 2014
TCA - Taos Center for the Arts
Jan 08, 2015
Former Power Plant
Nov 27, 2015
begawan coffee and gift
Sep 09, 2016
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The Studio, St. Ann's Warehouse
Sep 17, 2017
Gloria Jean's Coffees Z Block
Nov 11, 2017
De La Warr Pavilion
Sep 06, 2018
Nov 29, 2018
Music Release as Art Object
Gary Liu is a lecturer in the Department of Art and Art History at UH Manoa, and a performer with the Drowning Dreamers Band. As the band released its debut album, he hoped to combine those worlds by enlisting the collaboration of student, faculty, and community artists, graphic designers and printmakers, to create a unique, tangible object that is rare in today's musical landscape.
Art of the Pencils
BY CAROLINE WEAVER
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 01, 2016
“Pencil is a small thing that can make a big difference in the lives of people who use them.”
In "Art of the Pencil" from PechaKucha Night New York Vol.16 , Caroline Weaver, amateur pencil collector but lifelong pencil lover, founded CW Pencil Enterprise in November 2014. With her pencil experts, Caroline digs up the stories and origins of these objects and make them accessible to those who appreciate them for their functionality, beauty and history. As simple as it may be, the pencil is something which despite advances in technology will never become obsolete.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, December 13th, 2016.
Why be a Woman?
BY LUCY AYLIFFE
@ VOL 5
ON DEC 12, 2016
Artist Lucy Ayliffe performs an original text based on interviews with her peers, a surgeon specializing in labiaplasty and copy from a campaign advertising men's clothing. The conflated and 'cut up' views reflect a sense of anxiety and confusion often felt when overwhelmed by a constant feed of sexualized and 'perfected' images creating unrealistic expectations of how women should look and behave.
Amazing products jammed into a tiny Mini
BY MATHIAS HAHN
@ VOL 14
ON MAY 24, 2017
Mathias Hahn gave this PechaKucha during the Clerkenwell Design Week 2017 and shared his passion for design through the tales of a journey he went on with a friend in a tiny Mini collecting a range of wondrous and beautifully designed objects. By the end you will be asking the same question as the audience on the night "how the heck did it all fit!?"
The Hyperstitional Object
BY GRANT CIECIURA
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 06, 2018
'Hyperstition is a neologism that combines the words 'hyper' (over normal) and superstition (irrational belief) to describe the action of successful ideas in the arena of culture'.
Grant Cieciura calls for xenofuturists to unite and consider how technology, inhumanism and the agency of noise might re-open the possibilities of a divergent now.
Still Not Quite Studio
BY STILL NOT QUITE STUDIO
@ VOL 35
ON OCT 25, 2018
Still Not Quite is a fictional online marketplace for objects and ideas from plausible futures. SNQ team believes that the design of the future of objects and services should be as democratic as possible and aims to open the possibility to explore the future to a larger public. To do this Still Not Quite aims to collaborate with communities, organisations and institutions and explore future issues close to their area of expertise. Their research is made public via a fictional online department store, where it is possible to browse through products from different futures they collaboratively explored.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
PKN Gothenberg: The line!
Jesper who runs PKN Gothenburg sent us this video and a question. ''Is this the line to the new Apple store announcing the next iPhone ??? No, it's the line to the season finale of Pecha Kucha Gothenburg. Holy Cow! Please remember that Gothenburg is a slow small city with a shitty climate''
In today's presentation, we follow a journey by Noreen Khan, as presented last year at PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 51. Noreen's father, a Hazara, emigrated from Afganistan when he was a child, and in this great PechaKucha she travel east to find her inner Mongolia.
Tokyo-based designer Craig Mod may no longer be involved with indie publishing imprint Chin Music Press, but in this presentation held last year at PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 51 he talks about the company he co-founded.
We kick off this week's presentation highlights with this one from Tokyo-based Canadian graphic designer Gerald Escalante, who shows us his work, including some beautiful photography.
In today's presentation -- recorded at PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 53 -- we get Australian graphic designer Thong Van sharing his passion for photography.
Today's presentation was recorded during the special edition "Swedish Style x PechaKucha Night" event held earlier this year during Tokyo Design Week, and features artist and designer Asa Jungnelius walking us through some of her projects. Åsa is a much talked about contemporary Swedish glass designer, interested in what is considered genuine or fake and how the value of an object is created. She often uses stereotypes as a language and challenge their conventional meaning.
Continuing with our look at presentations from PechaKucha Night in London Vol. 2 -- you could say it's London week here on PechaKucha Daily -- here's one from artist and climber (how's that for a combination) Martin Barret. Artist and climber Martin Barret takes us on a high level tour of his inspirations -- and contemplates how it might be nice to die from a bespoke object!
Found Objects Translation
Yota Kakuda presents (in Japanese, at PKN Tokyo Vol. 97) on how he takes second hand objects -- which he finds at flea markets -- and makes something new with them. For a deeper look at Yota's beautiful design work, head over to his personal site.
Objects in Disguise
Phasmatodea -- commonly known as stick-insects or leaf-bugs -- are an order of insects who blend very well into their surroundings. Swedish designer Tove Thambert was inspired by these animals' ability to convince the viewer that they were seeing something very ordinary, and set out to produce a whole range of "Objects in Disguise". In this edition of "Presentation of the Day" (from Tokyo Designer's Week 2012, as a part of a special "Sweden in Style" PechaKucha event) Thambert discusses the process by which she finds items or accessories that may have a certain social stigma about them. One example she shows is the mirror: this item is something every woman carries in her purse, but most men would not be caught dead with a mirror on his person. For this reason, Tove concocted a mirror that fit the place you might find a pocket-watch on a suit. When her grandfather felt embarassed to walk with a cane, she designed one that looked more similar to something everyone carries about: an umbrella.
Found Object Translation
In today's Presentation of the Day, "Found Object Translation" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 97, Yota Kakuda (YOTA KAKUDA DESIGN) talks about how he takes second hand objects, which he finds at flea markets across Europe and Asia, and makes something new with them. Yota is often inspired by the vintage items he finds, and is motivated to construct something new and unique as a result.