Monthly Archives: December 2010

43 Books in 2010

Last year, in the midst of moving across the country, adjusting to New York, and starting school, I didn’t, unlike my normal habit, read much. In fact I read exactly 13 books. This year, however, things were quite different. I … Continue reading

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Design and Laser Cutting Tests for Sculpture about the First Internet Transmission

After a semester of pre-production work on my Augment project — outlining, storyboarding, writing — I decided it was finally time to build something. I wanted to build one of the scenes in order to further investigate the materials I’ve … Continue reading

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The Rise of the 21st Century City-State

As my scenario planning class, Future of the Infrastructure, starts to move towards its conclusion this semester we’ve divided into four groups each working on imagining a different possible divergent future. I’m in a group working on a scenario titled … Continue reading

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