Detritus 157

 

> Not quite as poetic as the Eames Powers of Ten this interactive scale of the universe is still pretty amazing….

 

> Why directors use silence in film

 

 

> love this minimalist turntable

 

> ProTools Prefs & Database helper app updated for PT10via

 

 

> Send this article to your boss next time you want to rearrange your studio to better suit your work… 32% more productive!! Glad I am my own boss!

 

Noisolation Headphones CTRL from Alex Braidwood on Vimeo.

Noisolation Headphones: “An invention for mechanically transforming the relationship between a person and the noise that immediately surrounds them. This project is part of the graduate thesis “Listening Instruments” by Alex Braidwood. Additional experiments, collaborations, research and writings are available here

 

> heh heh I’ve been doing my own research on this but apparently it has been scientifically proven: drinking vodka makes you talk more better!

 

Silence (Trailer) from Harvest Films on Vimeo.

“Influenced by elements of folklore and archive, Silence unfolds with a quiet intensity, where poetic images reveal an absorbing meditation on themes relating to sound and silence, history, memory and exile.”

 

> check these videos – winners of Nikons Small World in Motion competition of macrovideography… and at the other end of the scale, these videos of plasma on the surface of the sun

 

> If you live in or are visiting London before 5 June this year, don’t miss Yayoi Kusama at Tate Modern – I took some of my nephews & nieces to see her exhibition last year when it was at the City gallery in Wellington and we all totally buzzed out at Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Room – the photo in that article evokes about 5% of the real effect of experiencing it!!

 

> Simplex, lotus blossom, synetics, fuzzy thinking, etc

 

ABCinema from Evan Seitz on Vimeo.

How many titles can you name?

 

One thought on “Detritus 157

  1. Steve Urban

    I stumbled into Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Room at Reina Sohpia when I visited Spain in June. It was absolutely mesmerizing. To echo Tim’s sentiments, GO!

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