SIOUX FALLS Search Results: “space exploration”
SIOUX FALLS PRESENTATIONS
BY KIMBERLY BARTLING
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 05, 2014
In 2012, Kim Bartling left her position as a theatre professor after directing her 100th theatrical production. Currently, Kim’s passion is working with children – and their families - at risk in Belize, Central America.
As an entrepreneur, Kim started Creative Consulting which offers executive communication consulting and motivational speaking. She is the owner of the co-working office space Meso, operates online vintage stores, and owns and directs Ephemeral Productions, a theatre company that celebrates the role of women on and behind the stage.
Kim is an avid writer. She is a playwright specializing in Dakota women. Finally, she is currently writing an article entitled, "Working My Ass Off; An Open Letter to Beyonce's Definition of Feminism" and she is awaiting illustrations for her a children’s book, entitled, “Melody Off-Key” that she wrote for her granddaughter Eva.
The Local Artist
BY JEFF BALLARD
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 05, 2014
The Local Artist is the brainchild of Jeff Ballard and Mitch Torbert. They are both working artists born and raised in South Dakota. Mitch grew up in Gettysburg and Rapid City. He graduated from SDSU with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting and printmaking. He currently studies at USD in the graduate printmaking program. Mitch works mainly with ballpoint pen and patterns to investigate topics like outer space and scientific understanding. In his free time, he ejoys outdoor activities with his fiancé, Erin, and her two boys.
Jeff grew up in and around Sioux Falls. He graduated from USF in 2011 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting. Last spring, he received his MFA in painting from USD and is currently teaching art at Sioux Falls Christian and USF. His paintings communicate the effort to gain understanding of life’s journey through the interaction of figures and parts diagrams. Jeff enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife Courtney in his free time.
The Local Artist is designed by Hunter Murphy, who graduated from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design and a Studio Arts Degree in Printmaking. He is currently a Designer at Fresh Produce.
"Presentation of the Day" on December 11, 2014.
The Space Shuttle Challenger - What Went Wrong?!
BY JOHN KOLANDER
@ VOL 14
ON JUN 05, 2015
"The problem was they had already had failures previous to this, and they kept launching when they shouldn't have."
In The Space Shuttle Challenger - What Went Wrong?! from Sioux Falls Vol. 14, former Nasa technician John Kolander talks about the tragic Challenger disaster that occurred January 28th, 1986 and his perspective while working from the Launch Control Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base. In this stoic presentation, Kolander recollects that heavy moment, systematically breaking down in simple terms the chain of events that when wrong.
Revisit the tragedy that broke our hearts but not our spirits, and reflect on the those that gave their lives in our ongoing reach for the stars and beyond.
Revist the tragedy that broke our hearts but not our spirits, and reflect on the those that gave their lives in our ongoing reach for the stars.
Married 40 years to his wife Barbara, John and his family have lived in Sioux Falls for almost ten years and this is now home.
Permanent Sentiments and Exploration of Modern Tattooing
BY TIM JEWELL
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 04, 2016
Tim Jewell is a tattoo artist from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He has been tattooing for the last fourteen years and painting for the last seven. When looking at Tim's work the viewer can expect to see the influence of 14 years of tattooing, as well as inspiration from tattoo heroes such as; Sailor Jerry, Bert Grimm, Percy Waters, and Amund Dietzel. You can expect bold, bright and straight forward art with very little nonsense. "For me, painting is a way to perfect my craft, to get traditional American tattoo designs into the public eye, and to release some of the ideas I have floating In my head" Tim tattoos at Ink and Iron Tattoo Parlor in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
BY KATIE BECKER
@ VOL 20
ON JAN 06, 2017
"Still was my safe space to reflect on who I had been, who I was and who I wanted to be."
In Still at PechaKucha Night Sioux Falls Vol. 20, Designer and Writer Katie Becker shares her journey in creating her very first autobiography and how her love for writing and history has drastically influenced her life. With her appreciation for words, she knew that one day, she would become a writer, writing about the things that made her tick.
She is currently pursuing her licensure in architecture and works for JLG Architects in Sioux Falls.
Del Otro Lado: A Narrative
BY ANGELICA MERCADO
@ VOL 24
ON DEC 01, 2017
Angelica Mercado’s work is the ultimate fight for identity. In "Del Otro Lado: A Narrative...," Mercado tackles the tough issues in an attempt to embrace the divide in which she exists. Therefore, her work demonstrates the constant state of confusion in which she stumbles, falls, stands, fights and ultimately lives in, with themes of loss, trauma, longing, healing, and overall finding a sense of belonging in this space she calls home. In a time of escalated tension toward immigrants and their families, “Del Otro Lado,” shines a light on the status quo. For those who are on this side, you will find yourself thinking, questioning, and overall attempting to understand what it means, to live in the in-between; in-between two cultures, two countries, two identities.”
See more of her work: https://www.angelicamercado.com/
SITEWIDE Search Results: “space exploration”
Orchids, Onions & Opportunities Exhibit
Jun 19, 2012
Jul 06, 2013
Olympic Community Centre
Oct 17, 2013
Centrum Organizacji Kulturalnych GCOP
Jan 28, 2014
Rumata Art Space
Mar 10, 2014
Galapagos Art Space
Aug 14, 2014
Sao Eating Point Mall Ratu Indah
Apr 29, 2015
Zdar nad Sazavou
Oct 16, 2015
KC Kino - Železný Brod
Dec 11, 2015
Jun 14, 2017
Startups in Space
BY LUCAS BREMOND
@ VOL 127
ON JUL 29, 2015
"Nowadays we have new tech. Everybody has an iPhone and actually these are more powerful than any of the satellites now in space. And thats the idea. We are basically using them to produce space stuff that is way more powerful and much less expensive."
In Startups in Space from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 127, spacecraft developer at Axelspace in Tokyo, Lucas Bremond catches us up on the accomplishments of the space programs of past and present, reminding us that many of historical cosmic triumphs were achieved with less computing power then that of our smartphones. He then turns our imaginations to the future, proposing a new age of space exploration where the playing field has been levelled, the barrier of entry lowered, an exciting new era of new inexpensive tech in space, which we can all potentially participate, and for the benefit of all.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on Friday, August 21st, 2015.
' Into/Out of ' or 'balance . . . '
AV piece created at WEST project space, Blue Mountains, Australia.
'Into/Out of' or 'b a l a n c e . . .' takes from physical endurance practices a life lesson of leaning into the pain, into the posture; easing into what is difficult as well as out of what is rigid and no longer efficient or worth nurturing.
Theoretically this implies not giving-in to the 'always-already tragedy', and instead attempting to steadily remain in the in-between space, where we are constantly moving 'into' and 'out of' moments (in our minds and in real-physical-space).
Though this may be an impossibility, it yields momentary escape and thus possibility, until we fall again. But we seekers, always keep trying against all odds hoping to break through as underdogs – don't we?
Startups in Space, Again
BY LUCAS BREMOND
@ PECHAKUCHA NIGHT SPECIAL @ AUTODESK POP-UP
ON NOV 08, 2015
Spacecraft developer at Axelspace in Tokyo, Lucas Bremond catches us up on the accomplishments of the space programs of past and present, reminding us that many of historical cosmic triumphs were achieved with less computing power then that of our smartphones. He then turns our imaginations to the future, proposing a new age of space exploration where the playing field has been levelled, the barrier of entry lowered, an exciting new era of new inexpensive tech in space, which we can all potentially participate, and for the benefit of all.
Space Exploration: A Year or Two or More in the Life of a Space Cadet
BY AMY ANDERSON
@ VOL 15
ON AUG 20, 2016
What does space exploration mean to you? For Amy Anderson, a self described space cadet, it means an entirely different definition of spatial awareness. Buckle up for blastoff into Amy's version of space.
'Another Space and Time'
BY ROBIN MELLOR
@ VOL 12
ON SEP 19, 2016
In 'Another Space and Time' Robin Mellor shares his beautiful images of his journey into the America desert. Along the journey he shares a little snippit of the personalily behind the image.
Robin's talk was a hit at PechaKucha London Vol 12.
Robin is also the Co -Founder of Space Explorer, a new public art platform set up to inspire exploration and creativity within the city, launched in East London in May 2016 with his own show Another Space & Time.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Print Space Tokyo
Ever wonder what the Tokyo art world is like? This book will give you the inside scoop. In today's Presentation of the Day, "Print Space Tokyo" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 51, book designer and web developer Craig Mod speaks about his Tokyo-based print and web projects, in particular about Art Space Tokyo, a beautifullly illustrated compilation of Tokyo's best, most unique, and sometimes hidden galleries.
Virtual vs. Habitable Space
Do your virtual interactions weigh down on you? Viviana De Loera challenges architects, builders, and designers to compare the virtual “templates” designed by for-profit companies like Google and Facebook to the frenzied condo living, boxed dwellings, and office spaces we exist in every day. In "Virtual vs. Habitable Space" from PKN Toronto Vol. 26, Viviana asks, "What are we teaching the 'template generation' in both their virtual and habitable spaces?"
Space Tourism: Hospitality or Adventure Industry?
Space. The final frontier. For zero-gravity ping-pong-ball parties. Maryam Nabavi, an Innovation Strategist at Idea Couture, talks about her strategy for the future of commerical space (i.e. Virgin Galactic) as a service industry. If you ever thought about living in space, then small bathrooms, carbon-dehydrated food, and uncomfortable sleeping arrangements are probably not what you had in mind. However, in "Space Tourism: Hospitality or Adventure Industry?" from PKN Toronto Vol. 27, we learn that Nabavi redesigned the experience to have humans at the center of the problem so that it can be an enjoyable and memorable experience for anyone no matter their financial or physical situation.
The Information of Space
“Space is information-rich, and the events that occur therein provide narrative.” Miles Thorogood explores how space provides information and can be interpreted by artists in different ways. In “The Information of Space” from PKN Richmond, BC Vol. 3, we see this concept is the basis behind Audio Metaphor, a company which transforms text into soundscape composition. Miles describes some projects that have been done to create AI systems which mimic animal behaviour.
Time, Space, and Playing Fields
Our bodies act as a shared experience, and death is the one unifying conclusion. Abdi Farah contemplates what it means to be and artist. In “Time, Space, and Playing Fields” from PKN New Orleans Vol. 11, he discusses his passion for art in New Orleans, and seeking kindred spirits through an exploration of metaphysical and imaginary worlds and sports.
Startups in Space
"Nowadays we have new tech. Everybody has an iPhone and actually these are more powerful than any of the satellites now in space. And thats the idea. We are basically using them produce space stuff that is way more powerful and much less expensive." In Startups in Space from Tokyo Vol. 127, spacecraft developer at Axelspace in Tokyo, Lucas Bremond catches us up on the accomplishments of the space programs of past and present, reminding us that many of historical cosmic triumphs were achieved with less computing power then that of our smartphones. He then turns our imaginations to the future, proposing a new age of space exploration where the playing field has been levelled, the barrier of entry lowered, an exciting new era of new inexpensive tech in space, which we can all potentially participate, and for the benefit of all.
Shaping Space and Realities
"What I find funny is the idea that doomsday preppers think they can inoculate themselves from effects of an apocalypse by collecting things we have manufactured in the last 100 years to protect themselves from the future, but in fact what we need more are tools and solutions to overcome the quandary that the demise of our species is at our own hands." In Shaping Space and Realities from PechaKucha Night Brooklyn Vol. 4, self-proclaimed design evangelist, educator, and promoter of play Lauren Slowik explores the infinite possibilities of shaping space and realities with advancing 3-d printing technology to create new physical connections. Join her as she goes deep into the rabbit hole of how our future can be reimagined with a shift in thinking.
Time, Space, and Playing Fields
“Only those who have been excluded, singled out, and pushed out of society, have the credentials to speak truth about it.”In Time, Space, and Playing Fields from PechaKucha Night New Orleans Vol. 11, artist Abdi Farah talks about his work in relation to his journey from studying art in college to being named the winner of the inaugural season of Bravo’s "A Work of Art." He continues his passion for art in New Orleans seeking kindred spirits through an exploration of metaphysical and imaginary worlds and sports. "Presentation of the Day" on February 25, 2015 and again on December 24th as part of our Star Wars themed newsletter - goo.gl/e1clE7
Chaos in Space
"Chaos always works within a framework, making it completely predictable so long as you understand stand the framework." In "Chaos in Space" from PechaKucha Night Christchurch Vol. 31, Jonny Knopp, whom accidentally wore slippers to his presentation, ponders architectural creation in accompaniment of his simple, yet quirky illustrations.
Confined Architectural Space and Psychological Unease
"I want to destabilize the viewer in relation to the work."In "Confined Architectural Space and Psychological Unease" from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 14, artist, sculpture, and professor, Gary Sczerbaniewicz shares his practice involving an insatiable fascination with interior architectural spaces that evoke a sense of psychological unease. This compulsion toward an aesthetics of anxiety leads him to fabricate confined space environments which include-scale shifts-using architectural models seamlessly blended into full-sized structures - into which the viewer is invited to physically enter and explore.