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Our food source - local or industrial
BY AARON BROCKEN
@ VOL 12
ON MAY 20, 2015
We are what we eat...
In our business we work with local farmers from the Hawkesbury area and if possible, with local organic fruit and vegetables. The products are sourced locally and are fair trade.
We use as less package as we can, so we reuse everything, we don’t buy anything that is made outside of Australia and we recycle as much as we can, so that the product we deliver to you has low environmental impact, low food miles and a lot of character!
Aaron was born on an organic blueberry farm that we still get produce from on occasion. He spent a big part of his youth being dragged to the Richmond community garden (Earthcare) and around NSW with his dad certifying Organic farms. As soon as he was 18 he hit the road for 7 years and visited over 60 countries on 4 different continents. He is now back and dedicated to providing a framework for a local food system to work.
BY MICHAEL EDWARDS
@ VOL 25
ON DEC 06, 2013
Michael Edwards is a composer, performer, and software developer. He is the author of the slippery chicken algorithmic composition package. His compositional interests lie mainly in the development of structures for hybrid electro-instrumental pieces through the integration of algorithmically produced scored materials with similarly generated computer-processed sound. He is also active as an improvisor on laptop, saxophones, and MIDI wind controller, performing for instance at the 2008 Montreaux Jazz Festival.
Michael's compositions have been played worldwide at many international festivals, including the Darmstadt Ferienkurse, the International Computer Music Conference (Banff, Havana, Ljubljana), the Zagreb Biennale, the Seoul International Computer Music Festival, etc., and by leading ensembles/performers such as Klangforum Wien, Ensemble Aventure, Ensemble Intercontemporain, IRCAM, Experimentalstudio Freiburg, Marcus Weiss, Sarah Nicolls, Rei Nakamura, and Garth Knox.
Michael studied composition at Bristol University with Adrian Beaumont (BA, MMus) and privately with Gwyn Pritchard. In 1991 he moved to the US for further studies in computer music with John Chowning at CCRMA, Stanford University (MA, Doctor of Musical Arts). Whilst studying there he also worked at IRCAM, Paris, with a residence grant at Cité des Arts. During 1996-7 he was a consultant software engineer in Silicon Valley and developed a Document Recognition System used in several US hospitals. In 1997 Michael was appointed Lecturer in Music Theory at Stanford but later that year moved to Salzburg, Austria. He was Guest Professor at the Universität Mozarteum until 2002, when he came to the University of Edinburgh.
Photography + Fashion
BY MICHELLE CHEN
@ VOL 28
ON NOV 11, 2016
Wearable artists of different style techniques, materials, and backgrounds gather tonight to showcase their designs in this fashion show. Performance, music, and slide photos is an assembled package of Michelle Chen’s digital production, and performance is executed by Stephanie Kaji. Please enjoy the collaboration of visual art, music, dance, and fashion.
Music credit to Melanie Martinez "Mrs. Potato Head"
Your Brand Is Bullsh!t
BY KEVIN SMITH
@ VOL 10
ON FEB 09, 2018
All that glitters is not gold and this is never more true than in a day when online profiles, avatars, and "branding" has taken over how we package ourselves. While the world becomes obsessed with creating "personal brands," Kevin Smith argues that the true worth of a brand is in its dependability, and in order to achieve this, we have to understand our leverage points then double down on who we are.
Photos du quotidien
BY BRICE VANEL
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 03, 2018
Brice Vanel est un photographe amateur qui capte avec talent des moments, situations, contextes, paysages, sorties du quotidien. Toujours prêt à dégainer en toute circonstance, il utilise son smartphone pour partager son point de vue sur ce qui l'entoure.
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PKN Prague Vol. 11
For a look at the previous PechaKucha Night in Prague (Vol. 11), we try something a bit different, starting with a bit of a dialogue, written by organizer Jana Kostelecka. Take note that PKN Prague Vol. 12 will be held on April 16. A: Eleventh, it feels like going home from the first one was only yesterday. B: Yes, but yesterday wasn't a summer's eve. A: Hmm... but the amazement is exactly the same. B: Which was your favourite then? A: I loved Čestmír Suška's ability of seeing the most fragile beauty in the steel industrial waste, it was like multi-tonne easter eggs. B: When you look at the Zdeněk Ziegler posters where the fonts were hand-painted and collaged, one regrets that globalization moved on and that posters always come in one package with the films these days. You can hardly make an exhibition of the posters to one film these days. CTRL-C CTRL-V. A: I dreamed of fantasy worlds. Jakub Dvorský (Amanita Design). You live in a universe of the stub floating in the timeless space, inhabited with curious creatures and rockets made of cans of Kostelecke parky (sausages). Have you ever tried their game? …and the other chronicler of the insubstantial senses -- Alžběta Skálová. I wish I was a kid again, I remember my favourite illustrations were in the book Alice in Wonderland, but it was nothing like this. When we were small, there were too little books of unreal worlds and its inhabitants… …they came alive in the wicked pupetery of Martina Černá and Anna Issa Šotolová (Imagery). The rabbit-chicken teddy bear was kind of scary-funny. Moving down the rabbit hole. B: Then you have the too dark painters, the dark horor of gypsy folk songs in Ladislava Gažiová paintings and Vladimír Skrepl, the first AEROnaut. A: I fancied the book by Magdalena Kalistová on the green home. Only, the form does not correspond with the sense, so can there ever be beauty in green? And what about the architects? B: I am excited when I see people care about the landscape and public spaces, and restrain their greed for more in the means of expanding, in lieu of the quality of space. In this light, the A.LT work in Poznan is excellent. Jan Jehlík put his ideas on urbanism clear -- and it's not every day that you see a hand-painted presentation. A: I liked the simple garden resturant in the ZOO by FAM Architekti. B: Did you notice that the product designers at PechaKucha do toys? Are you seeing any connection between Jana's Zacharias or are they simply adorable. Adorable. HuberoKororo does a Dino Rocking Horse which reminded me of my blow-up buffalo of old. A: If I had studied hard, I would have been as knowledgeable as Jan H. Vitvar, and possibly would get the track of what Richard Loskot was doing with all the wiring. B: When is the next one? Čestmír Suška (sculptor) Čestmír Suška is working with steel and iron industrial waste, transforming its weighty substance into something airy, cutting out the borders of the space and letting the light in. He creates a possibility of meeting Richard Serra and Daniel Pirsc. Alžběta Skálová (illustrator and graphic designer) Alžběta Skálová is creating ethereal records of her feelings in dapples of pure colour which are comming alive. She is keyholing the soul and candidly letting it out. From the illustrations, you can smell the sea and hear the giggle of the creatures from the kitchen drawer, who wake up in the middle of the night. Alžběta is tightly collaborating with the children book publisher Baobab. Zdeněk Ziegler (graphic designer and typographer) Zdeněk Ziegler is best known for his film posters, of which he has created 274 between 1963 and 1989. It was the golden age of collage and hand-painted fonts. Imagine creating a poster to, say, Hitchcock's Birds, and having one smuggled in, magazine and a pencil in your hand. We are deep in the communist times, and the censorship is almighty. And still, you create super-temporal works. It can be thanks to the lack of readymade culture, and the almighty promotion of the film industry. Jakub Dvorský of Amanita Design (flash games, website, and vision designer) Amanita Design creates games from some kind of past universe, where you come accross the remains of a human civilisation grown back in nature. It creates a kind and snuggy world, floating in peace. You wake up into a dream with eyes wide open, and you can even meddle with its goings. It works in the most unpredictable and radiant way.
PechaKucha II, Book Only
There's something about this makeshift sign for PechaKucha Night in Pontevedra Vol. 2 that we just plain like. The package originally contained a copy of the official PechaKucha Night book we sent to organizer Martino Villaverde Gestido.
Goodies from Mar del Plata
We just wanted to share a big public thanks to the organizers and all of the presenters of PechaKucha Night in Mar del Plata for the amazing care package they sent to the PKN HQ here in Tokyo -- it included a little something from each and every presenter who participated in that city's first volume back in January. I can assure you that it put a great big smile on everyone's face.
PKN Kyoto + Inspire Japan
Kyoto will take part in the Global PechaKucha Day - Inspire Japan event on April 16, with their event happening at Butterfly (see map) from 17:00. We're also including the full press release -- in both English and Japanese -- which has all the details on what to expect, as well as the full list of presenters. :: ペチャクチャナイト京都 Vol. 3の案内 :: Global PechaKucha Day INSPIRE JAPAN ペチャクチャナイト京都 第３回 「インスパイア・ジャパン」 日時： ２０１１年４月１６日（土） 午後５時～８時 会場： ＢＵＴＴＥＲＦＬＹ http://www.butterfly-kyoto.com/ (075-211-4898) 入場料： １，０００円 （ワンドリンク） ＋ 義援金募金（推奨額 １，０００円） 今回の第３回ペチャクチャナイト京都「インスパイア・ジャパン」は、世界同時ペ チャクチャの日として東日本大震災の被災者の皆様への応援活動として開催されます。ここからの収益ならびに皆様からの募金は義援金として” アーキテクチャー・フォー・ヒューマニティー（ＡＦＨ）”という団体へと直接寄付されます。ペチャクチャは昨年のハイチ地震の後に行われた世 界同時ペチャクチャでもＡＦＨを支援しました。 「ペチャクチャナイト」はクリエイターのプレゼン大会です。2003年に東京で、若手のデザイナーたちが自身の作品を発表するためのイベントとして始まりました。今では世界370都市に広まっています。そしてPKNはデザイナーのみの集まりではなく、一般の方も参加するイベントなので、デザイン、アートと社会の新たな交流場となります。 「20X20」= 20枚のスライドを使って、1枚当たり20秒で、一人６分４０秒というフォーマットです。ペチャクチャナイト、もっと詳しくは： http://www.pecha-kucha.org （英語） http://idnagano.net/interview/2010/04/25.php（日本語） 前回の写真： http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=7687&id=100001634027906 FACEBOOK イベントページ：http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=188547284522845 ::プレゼンターのリスト:: 1. Felicity Greenland（歌手）- Singing Around the Table 2. Christine Flint Sato（墨アーティスト）- Sumi Work 3. 川上全龍（春光院）- Religion and Science: Zen 4. Micah Gampel（写真家）- 携帯シリーズ 5. Bianca Beuttel（デザイナー・エッセイスト）- 日本パッケージデザイン展 とその先 6. 細貝由衣 (Art Complex) - 300の学び方、300のワークショップ インターナショナルワークショップフェスティバル [300 DOORS] 7. 箭内新一（アーティスト・京都造形芸術大学) 8. 石橋圭吾（neutron代表、アートフェア京都実行委員会代表) - 日本のアートのこれから 9. 新元良一（ライター・京都造形芸術大学) 10. 近藤佳奈 - Architecture for Humanity 11. Kit Adran (Astrologer) ＊発表順番は未定 予約は必要ではありません。 是非、友達と一緒に遊びに来て下さい！ PechaKucha Kyoto Team http://www.pecha-kucha.org/night/kyoto/ ------------------ :: PechaKucha Night Kyoto Vol 3. :: Global PechaKucha Day INSPIRE JAPAN Pecha Kucha Night Kyoto Vol.3 - INSPIRE JAPAN Date: Saturday, April 16th, 2011 Time: 5pm-8pm Place: Butterfly Kyoto (075-211-4898) http://www.butterfly-kyoto.com/ Entrance: 1000 yen (incl. 1 drink) + suggested donation of 1000 yen PechaKucha Night Kyoto Vol. 3 "Inspire Japan" - a Global PechaKucha Day in support of the victims of the disasters in eastern Japan. Proceeds and donations from Inspire Japan will go directly to Architecture for Humanity (AFH), who PechaKucha supported last year with Global PechaKucha for Haiti. PechaKucha Night (PKN) began in Tokyo in 2003 as an event for young designers to show their work and has now spread to 370 cities worldwide as a meeting point for creators and society. For the third Kyoto event, a mix of 11 artists, designers, and creators will be sharing their ideas, visions and adventures. The format is: 20 x 20: 20 images x 20 seconds each, each speaker has 6 minutes and 40 seconds. For more information on PKN click here: http://www.pecha-kucha.org Photos from previous PechaKucha Nights in Kyoto: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=7687&id=100001634027906 FACEBOOK Event Page：http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=188547284522845 ::: List of Presenters ::: Presenters: 1. Felicity Greenland (Singer) - Singing Around the Table 2. Christine Flint Sato (Sumi artist) - Sumi Work 3. Kawakami Takafumi (Shunko-in temple) - Religion and Science: Zen 4. Micah Gampel (Photographer) - Cell phone photography 5. Bianca Beuttel (designer-essayist) - Japan Package Design Exhibition and beyond 6. Hosokai Yui (Art Complex) - 300 ways to learn, 300 workshops; the International Workshop Festival [300 DOORS] 7. Yanai Shinichi (Artist / Kyoto University of Art and Design) 8. Ishibashi Keigo（Representative director of gallery neutron & ART FAIR KYOTO committee ) - The Future of Japanese Art from Today 9. Niimoto Ryoichi (Writer/Kyoto University of Art and Design) 10. Kondo Kana - Architecture for Humanity 11. Kit Adran (Astrologer) * Presentation order may change Reservations are not necessary. This is a public event - please bring your friends! Hope to see you there, PechaKucha Kyoto Team http://www.pecha-kucha.org/night/kyoto/
“I’m not designing a package, I’m designing a conversation-starter.” Concept Designer Takuya Kamibayashi takes us step-by-step through his design process. In “Delicious Beans” from PKN Osaka Vol. 6, Takuya speaks specifically on the procedures behind rebranding a boring food product into something fun and visually delicious!