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23 NOVEMBER 2014

Protofarm 2050: guide to free farming (urban agricultural speculation)

"Design Indaba invited five designers to look beyond the possibilities and predictions currently in the public domain. Futurefarmers, 5.5 designers, Dunne&Raby, Revital Cohen and Frank Tjepkema each created a unique vision of the year 2050 with increased urbanisation and population, limited natural resources, climate challenges and digital–biological integration. Defining farming as the sustainable cultivation of a renewable resource, Design Indaba presented Protofarm 2050 at the ICSID World Design Congress in Singapore from 23 to 25 November [2009]."

(Design Indaba)

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20092050 • 5.5 designers • agricultural futures • agricultureAnthony Dunne • Anthony Lebosse • bookletcamouflage • Cape Town Design Festival • Claire Renard • climate challenges • climate change • dandelion • dark humour • Design Indaba • designers • digital-biological integration • Dunne and Raby • edible fauna • edible flora • ethical consumptionfarmingFiona Rabyfishingflora and faunafood • food design • food gathering activitiesfood security • food system • Frank Tjepkema • fruit • Futurefarmers (artist collective) • gleaning • hunting and gathering tactics • ICSID World Design Congress • Jean-Sebastien Blanc • leftovers • limited natural resources • meat consumption • Paris • pate • pigeon • poodlepopulation growth • Protofarm 2050 • prototype tools • rat • renewable resource • Revital Cohen • Seine • Singaporesite-specific interventionsSouth Africa • speculative approaches • speculative designspeculative proposals • speculative scenarios • speculative urbanism • starlingssustainabilitysustainable consumption • sustainable cultivation • tactical behaviourtactics • urban food • urbanisation • Vincent Baranger

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Simon Perkins
14 MARCH 2013

Lou Loeber: childrens picture book illustrations

"Prentenboek met 18 platen met geometrische gevormde figuren van een van de 'constructivistisch gerichte experimentele schilders' met plaatjes die gemaakt lijken 'met behulp van de tangramdoos' (S. de Bodt. Prentenboeken). Bevat onder andere gedichten en prenten over een vlinder, kippen, spreeuwen, een geitenbok, speelgoed, een varken, de sproeiwagen, een watermannetje, de vuilnisman, lammetjes, spelen met een tol, een interieur met zonnestraal, een kwikstaart, koe en schaap in de wei, een lezend meisje, regen, sneeuwpret en Sinterklaas."

(The Memory of the Netherlands)

Simon Franke (1927). "Gouden Vlinders" picture book illustrated Lou Loeber.

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1927abstract artbook illustrationbutterfly • Charles-Edouard Jeanneret • chickenchildrens bookchildrens book illustrationcityscapeConstructivist-inspiredcowDe Stijldesign formalismdrawingetchingeveryday life • experimental painter • farm • farmyard • gedichtenbundels • geometric figures • glass painting • goat • Gouden Vlinders • human figure • illustration • kunstenaarsboeken • lamb • landscapeLe Corbusierlinocut • Lou Loeber • meadow • modernist aestheticspicture bookPiet Mondrianpigplants • prentenboeken • rain • rubbish collector • Santa Claus • Saskia de Bodt • sheep • Simon Franke • simplified forms • simplified representations • snow • spinning top • starlingsstill life • storybook • tangram box • The Memory of the Netherlands • tightened forms • visual abstractionvisual artwomen in art and design

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Simon Perkins
07 JULY 2009

Exploring our transient relationship with the built environment

"Interval II explores our transient relationship with our built environment through symbolic periods in history. Chan juxtaposes two contrasting types of architecture that mediate our relationship with our surroundings from a cast–iron pier in Northwest England to a roundhouse in Southwest China. Chan uses time–lapse to accentuate the transitory movement of light over the structures, highlighting their physical form within the altered landscape. Shifting from micro to macro, she investigates traces of human presence within the buildings, as well as the social and cultural shifts within the respective societies."

Fig. Interval 2, high definition film, 19 mins, film still (2007)

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2007algorithmic artalgorithmic randomness • altered landscape • birdsblack and whitebuilt environment • cast iron • flock of starlings • flocking • flocking birds • flow • human presence • Interval 2 (2007) • juxtapositionmeditation • murmuration • Northwest England • observational seriesPeoples Republic of Chinapier • roundhouse • Saatchi Artslowed motion • Southwest China • starlings • Suki Chan • surroundingsswarm behaviour • time interval • timelapsetimelessnesstracestransience • transient relationship • transitory movementurban spacesvideo installation

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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