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03 FEBRUARY 2016

Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) in Slovenia

"Since its formation in November 2010, KSEVT institute establishes itself on a global map of institutes operating at the intersection of artistic, scientific, cultural and space-related topics. Its key events are the opening of KSEVT building in Vitanje, a set of exhibitions shedding light on the tradition and continuity of Slovenian art and science pioneers and, moreover, the establishing of a Cultural Space Programme."

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2010art and scienceastronaut • CodAct • commercial space programme • cosmonaut • cultural applications • Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) • cultural patterns • cultural space programme • culturalisation of space • human role in space • KSEVT • modern civilisation • museum • national space programme • outer space • recognisability • science and technology • science pioneer • Slovenia • Slovenian art • Slovenian science • social-technological achievements • social-technological culture • space age • space and culture • space culturalisation • space exploration • space programme • space shipspace suit • space technologies • space travel • space-related topics • spacecraftspaceflight • Vitanje • Yugoslavia

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Simon Perkins
08 DECEMBER 2015

eCLOUD: a dynamic sculpture that visually represents weather data

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2010Aaron Koblinairport • centrepiece artwork • changing states • cloud • Dan Goods • dynamic digital installation • dynamic sculpture • eCLOUD (2010) • Nik Hafermaas • permanent sculpture • polycarbonate tiles • public art • real-time data visualisation • real-time visualisation • real-time weather • real-time weather changes • San Jose • San Jose International Airport • site-specific visualisationtile • transparent and opaque • turning numbers into meaningweather

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Simon Perkins
26 NOVEMBER 2015

Inventive paper folding parkour animation

"The brief was to create a visual reaction inspired by a chosen sub-culture, in this case, Parkour. Parkour is an urban ‘free-running’ discipline, originated from France. Its aim is for its traceur to overcome obstacles within the path, by adapting physical movement to traverse the urban environment, using physical abilities like jumping and climbing. The intention of this animation is to capture the movement and physical beauty of the traceur while traversing through the environment. This viral is aimed to create an awareness for parkour as an artform, rather than a sport. Credits to Noel Lee for filming and editing, and lecturer Kevin Barrios for the inspiration"

(Serene Teh, 2010)

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2010animation technique • climbing • creative experimentsdesign craft • Dr. Dre • drawing on paperflip book • free-running • hand-drawn illustration • jumping • Kevin Barrios • line drawing • motion study • movement in space • navigating by movement • Noel Lee • overcome obstacles • paper animationpaper folding • parkour • pen and inkquadruped animationquadrupedal movementrap • rolling • running • Serene Teh • stepping out of the framestudent project • swinging • technical pen • traceur • traversedurban spaces • vaulting • women illustrators

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Simon Perkins
05 JUNE 2015

Emoticons as computer-mediated non-verbal communication

"The term 'emoticons'—short for 'emotion icons'—refers to graphic signs, such as the smiley face, that often accompany computer-mediated textual communication. They are most often characterized as iconic indicators of emotion, conveyed through a communication channel that is parallel to the linguistic one. In this article, it is argued that this conception of emoticons fails to account for some of their important uses. We present a brief outline of speech act theory and use it to provide a complementary account of emoticons, according to which they also function as indicators of illocutionary force. More broadly, we identify and illustrate three ways in which emoticons function: 1) as emotion indicators, mapped directly onto facial expression; 2) as indicators of non-emotional meanings, mapped conventionally onto facial expressions, and 3) as illocutionary force indicators that do not map conventionally onto a facial expression. In concluding, we draw parallels between emoticons and utterance-final punctuation marks, and show how our discussion of emoticons bears upon the broader question of the bounds between linguistic and non-linguistic communication."

(Eli Dresner and Susan C. Herring, 2010)

Dresner, E., & Herring, S. C. (2010). "Functions of the non-verbal in CMC: Emoticons and illocutionary force". Communication Theory, vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 249-268.

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2010computer-mediated communication (CMC) • computer-mediated textual communication • discourse analysis • Eli Dresner • emoticons • emotion icon • emotion indicators • facial expressionsgraphic communication • graphic signs • hieroglyphs • iconic indicators of emotion • illocutionary act • illocutionary force • illocutionary force indicator • illustration to visually communicate informationimages replace text • linguistic communication • linguistics • non-emotional meanings • non-linguistic communication • non-verbal communicationpictogrampictorial languagepicture language • smiley face • social informatics • speech act theory • Susan Herring • textual computer-mediated communication (CMC) • utterance-final punctuation marks • visual languagevisual literacyvisual representation graphically

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
28 DECEMBER 2014

The beautiful decorative patterns of faux tribal masks

"The young Dutch designer starts each of his creations on the basis of a material experiment. This enables him to discover production techniques and aesthetic developments. The result lies within unusual and attractive patterns, colours and structures. ... His love for materials has given birth to a passion for textiles that have a strong impact on his creations and pushed him to imagine a series of bizarre masks, in 2010; masks that are to Matisse, 'a characteristic sign of our essence'."

(The Red List)

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2010abstract forms • aesthetic developments • aesthetic objectsanimal resemblances • animal-mask • Bertjan Pot • carpetcolour • colour combinations • colourful designs • costume designcraft and materialscraftingdecorative artsdecorative sewingdesign craftDutch designfabric • faux tribal art • geometric designs • geometric patterns • handicraft • human face • maskmask-making • material experiment • material practicesmaterials investigationnaive stylepastiche • production technique • rope • rope masks • sewing and craft • sewn together • stylised formstextile artstextile design • The Red List • vibrant colourvisual patternzoomorphism

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Simon Perkins
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