Quick colour experiment – testing out vibrant colour rather than accurate colour to reflect energy of a space.
The Collapse and Revival of American Community – Robert D. Putnam Also good to follow up with “Better together” and also on the same title theme “Alone Together” by Sherry Turkle. Bowling Alone looks at how communities and particularly community engagement have changed a disconnection has been created. As part of this Putnam looks at… Continue reading Bowling Alone
Lynne Kelly A book looking at various memory techniques that have been used throughout the ages (for what appears to be quite visual learners). The book also aims, through practical examples, to help develop memory techniques for the reader. Although all the techniques appear useful, some of the techniques apply more to space than others.… Continue reading Memory Craft
The classic look at how we experience intimate spaces – Gaston Bachelard Lost notes from this. Key elements nicely summed up in link below: https://www.supersummary.com/the-poetics-of-space/summary/ “At its core, it is a study of what it means to be human. Bachelard utilises physical space and design to understand how people exist in the world and how… Continue reading The poetics of space
As part of the changing chalk initiative there is a ‘big dig’ taking part at The Combe in July 2022 https://www.sussexexpress.co.uk/heritage-and-retro/heritage/eastbourne-excavation-to-begin-next-week-3758378
A guide to England’s Legends from Spring-Heeled Jack to the Witches of Warboys Jennifer Westwood and Jaqueline Simpson Notes: Legends/folktale are often found elsewhere (repeated in more than one location). Great majority of stories are ‘migratory legends’ – that is the basic plot may occur anywhere in the country. “Any ancient mound may hold treasure,… Continue reading The Lore of the Land
Trying to summarise my current thoughts and bringing together ideas I have put some notes below: I am very visual, my mind is pictorial and in order to help me remember things I have always used different elements in a location to act as a memory jogger – something I am told that Romans used… Continue reading Summary of space time project 2
Been stalking Terry Abraham’s films where he has explored very specific areas of the outdoors in the UK: Here is a link to his website: https://terryabrahamlakedistrictvideo.wordpress.com He has made three films: And also another one he made:
Film by windfall films http://www.windfallfilms.com/show/18220/the-great-mountain-sheep-gather.aspx
Intro from guide (rough translation): Time is neither seen nor heard. Nor does he touch himself and no one has ever tasted or smelled him. In short, time is held in a mysterious on this side (or beyond) of sensations and perceptions. It only passes without our being able to say, in the permanent present… Continue reading Le temps, vite!