“Three Cubes Colliding” is an immense cubic kite made of carbon fiber rods and aerospace fabric and held together with 1,700 3D-printed connectors. The experimental kite, designed by Sash Reading and Ivan Morrison, openly defies preconceived notions of the physics of flight: its cubic shape stands opposite the streamlined bodies of modern aircrafts, like a block of marble yet to be carved...
The outside is not a fixed limit but a moving matter animated by peristaltic...– Deleuze, Gilles and Sean Hand, eds. Foucault. London: Continuum International Publishing Grop, 1986, pages 96-97.
New Zealand’s landscape is rich in historic places that are inseparable from our...– New Zealand Historic Places Trust
This is showing a small fly through of my McCormack’s Bay project.
Unlike architecture, landscape does not refer to the object, but rather to the...– Christophe Girot, Lecture at RMIT, 2007