Monday, 26 January 2009
To describe the relationships between corresponding parts, the deeper symmetries, which are concealed by asymmetries on the surface, the theorist of evolution, Gregory Bateson, once talked about "the pattern which connects". He writes:"What pattern connects the crab to the lobster and the orchid to the primrose and all the four of them to me? And me to you? And all the six of us to the amoeba in one direction and to the backward schizophrenic in another?"
This quate is from the book Patterns in design, Art and Architecture.
Gregory Bateson, Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity (New York/Dutton:1979),p.8.
Tuesday, 20 January 2009
This morning I opend my mail to find that Mieke Fokkinga send me this link www.katieholten.com.
What I love about her work is the diversity in size.
She makes books, drawings but also installations.
Also if you click on statement in her site the word tomorrow is all you find.
It is then linked to a weather forecasting site.
Then you think did I miss something? and go back to her site...................
Go and have a look for yourself.
I loved it, her work has a red line running throught it very strongly but its not held together by some tekst.
Monday, 19 January 2009
www.loovvool.com is a design companey I found by flicking through some magazines. I loved this project they did. They decribe their work as:
Loovvool builds distinctive brands & aspirational design solutions.
Loovvool Interactive develops innovative & captivating experiences.
Wednesday, 14 January 2009
Tuesday, 6 January 2009
One of the reasons that it's taken me some time to place new news on my blog is because I've been busy planning my first presentation. Carla Piebes was so kind to let me use her shop window for the new pattern that I created. The pattern is based on city maps and the way that roads connect each city with the next. By zooming out the connections take on shapes that we see in other forms like veins. I chose to screenprint the pattern on material to create a link to the human body. The material becomes a layer of veins that connect different structures/organs/cities with each other.
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