Monthly Archives: August 2010
Lynette’s tank made as part of her project ‘A Line Between’
A very very quick sketch of the project prototype drawn as we were at JusBurgers waiting for our wonderfully huge burgers. Well I managed to find a small conical piece of wood at Bunnings, and im boring through it today to try to make my little stethoscopic object. Had a little help from Lynette after […]
http://www.azonano.com/details.asp?ArticleID=1466#_Nanosubmarines_in_The_Press (2000) Alright, given this is about 10years old, it isn’t really much food for thought. The picture shows a possible scenario of a micro-submarine within the blood vessels cruising along the blood stream responding to defects in the human body e.g. attacking fat cells around the site of arteriosclerotic lesions. Or even eventually […]
turned out great.. wish there were cushions on the floor though. Thanks guys for rocking up and thanks Tom for some great music.
As part of the ECU Research Week proceedings, the sound wall i setup at Waapa earlier this year was resurrected this time in the library. As with the first project that meant getting into the workshop again working on flats and paints. This was quite an experience setting up in the library, which presents a […]
Perdy and I decided we would organize a soundwalk in Freo, in conjunction with the World Listening Day on the 18th of July 2010. We started at the timegun at the Roundhouse that fired at 1pm sharp, and then did a walk up High Street, passing through quiet streets, and then through the heart of […]
http://www.pica.org.au/view.php?1=Studio+Openings&2=984 Tuesday evening saw a good bunch of people rock up to the studios at PICA, invading (as they say) the “sacred” spaces of art construction, and in Steve’s case, even contributing in a little colonialization of space, as in outer space by sending a transmission from the top of the PICA clock tower. wish […]