Knitting house #TheNewBeautyCouncil (på/i Arkitekturmuseet)
These pictures are a part of my analysis for an elective course at school, “Stairs-the Adventure of Ascending/Descending in Architecture”.
This is from the Berliner Philharmonie in Berlin - the architect is Hans Scharoun. Those two staircase-clusters form an incredibly complex structure, though I have been told that houses by Scharoun are generally easy to understand in reality - through the sensing body.
We have many roles projected upon us.
Rhizome. One of the beautiful photographs from Iceland by Gerco de Ruijter.
Reblogged from kristinesamson
“By most definitions, citizenship applies to an exclusive group of people identified by their belonging to a clearly demar cated, well-defined, and well-defended state territory. Nomad citizenship is designed to break with that definition and its territorialization of the concept of citizenship: nomadism, by most definitions, broadly applies to groups that are precisely not identified with state territory; Deleuze and Guattari’s concept of nomadism, as we will see, is broader still. But the point of combining nomadism with citizenship in this way is to smash the State’s territorializing monopoly on belonging and redistribute it globally, in alternative or minor forms of sociality both within and beyond the boundaries of the State”
Eugene Holland in the Introduction to Nomad Citizenship 2011
Spring is getting closer. The picture is one of the many lovely pictures of Herman de Vries.
I took these photos here in Iceland, with the lovely Zenit 122k camera.
Fluid digital forms using Rhino 3d.
Silver ring in the making: “Álfabikar” by me for SUMTAG.
“Álfabikar” means “elves’ cup” which is the Icelandic name for the cup lichen “Cladonia chlorophaea”.
Pair of silver rings: “Alda” by me for SUMTAG. Photo: Saga Sig.
“Alda” is my grandmothers name and it means “a wave” (relating to the sea).