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Thursday, April 21, 2011 - 04:20 AM

Resonant Guide
OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE ECOLOGIES EMERGING!

In 2004 (a long time ago), Imaginify noticed something . . .
on the horizon . . . Open Source Ecology!

Now, Marcin Jakubowski is finally featured on TED in 2011, "Open-sourced blueprints for civilization."

One day at a time . . . imagine if i . . . read the good news : )

OpenSourceEcology.org
"[T]he Global Village Construction Set,
building open source technologies for resilient communities
" !!!



Tuesday, April 29, 2008 - 04:00 AM

Creative Stimulus FLEXIBILITY OF MIND!!! Two featured open source artisans on Imaginify, The Graffiti Research Lab and MM2+3 collaborator Scott Draves are now featured in the Museum of Modern Art's "Design and the Elastic Mind" (2008) curated by Paola Antonelli and Patricia Juncosa Vecchierini. "Over the past twenty-five years, people have weathered dramatic changes in their experience of time, space, matter, and identity. Individuals cope daily with a multitude of changes in scale and pace... The exhibition highlights designers’ ability to grasp momentous changes in technology, science, and history..."


L.A.S.E.R. Tag Graffiti Projection System (The Mobile Broadcast Unit)
PopRally presents Graffiti Research Lab: The Complete First Season (May 4, 2008 @ MOMA)
funded by the generous support of Katherine Farley & Jerry I. Speyer [Trailer]
Imaginify : ::::::::::::: EXPERIENTIAL GRAFFITI ::::::::::::::::::::::::: (April 2006)
TORRENTURL : torrentz.com/d8153e785b737b8f355c7a0ce9864de21059661a (April 2008)


Electric Sheep (Spotworks) MOMA Online by Scott Draves
Leonardo (cover) : Vol. 41, Issue 1 (January 2008)
Discover Magazine : 14 Best Ways to Use Your Computer’s Spare Time (March 2008)
Imaginify : Distributed Stimuli (October 2005)
BLIP.TV : Dreams in in High Fidelity/Electric Sheep Sample (March 2007)


Saturday, September 29, 2007 - 12:00 AM

Awareness Research "More and more practitioners are seeing the past-present divide is not something that's absolutely critical to the definition of what archaeology is... Many are beginning to understand archaeology more as a wider sensibility about how humans live with their material environments."
- Christopher Witmore, Landscape Archaeologist & Post-doctoral Research Associate, Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, Brown University from "Writing on the Walls" by Samir S. Patel, Archeology [Magazine], July/August 2007


"Meta" by Schröedinger's Cat (São Paulo, São Paulo)
(CC) 20 February 2007 Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 Generic


"A project devoted to the study of graffiti-covered walls as they change over time."
- BY CASSIDY CURTIS, THE GRAFFITI ARCHEOLOGY PROJECT & FLICKR SLIDESHOW POOL

"Archaeological sensibility" ? "...it resonants with the notion... that foregoes defining the discipline upon subject matter criteria ('the remote past') and instead emphasizes what is unique to how archaeology understands our complex relationships to things. Attention to minutiae of the everyday; detailed documentation of change through time; the processes behind the accretion of an archaeological trace; the individual and creative acts of even 'marginalized' groups. This broader and bolder view of what is unique to archaeology takes action and practice over etymology and definition to contribute a specialized perspective to deep time and modern material practices."
- Timothy Aaron Webmoor, Department of Anthropology, Interdisciplinary Archaeology Center, MetaMedia Laboratories, Stanford University


Sunday, April 15, 2007 - 01:57 AM

Seeding Ground

Holistic Options for Planet Earth Sustainability

is the only ecological design conference
developed and managed by students...

working to promote the deeper understanding and
broader application of sustainable design principles.


"We live on a water planet.
Its complex properties have been inspirational
for science and art since time immemorial.
As water sculpts our physical landscape,
it manifests energy to form civilizations or erode them.

Its power is shadowed by continuing degradation
and scarcity throughout the world.
As designers, we are called to a confluence to
understand our interdependence and connection to water."


Descrption: Lena River Delta (Visible Earth v1 ID: 18024) Public Domain
Credit: Image provided by the USGS EROS Data Center Satellite Systems Branch.
This image was acquired by Landsat 7’s Enhanced Thematic Mapper plus (ETM+)


Saturday, January 20, 2007 - 10:33 PM

Imaginify Community METAMEDIA COOPERATION 3 :: 03/03/07
Eugene, Oregon - The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art plays host to an experience in sharing and collaboration, celebrating the connections between creative concepts and practices in art, science and community. This experience is scheduled for 1:00~8:00 p.m., Saturday, March 3rd.


OPEN • EMERGE • THRIVE • CREATE


Monday, October 09, 2006 - 02:59 PM

Meta-Field
If WikiWiki is the Hawaiian word for fast (quick)...

***
... what is the sense for calm (serene, peaceful...)?


Monday, March 13, 2006 - 08:40 PM

"an outdoor hacker conference/event took place on a large event-campground. New communities bordering common themes which loosely defined as 'hacker issues.' "We feel it is very important for people from different fields dealing with one or more of these issues to meet at larger events. We would also like to introduce new topics and forge new links between various communities. We haven't even kept count of the interesting things that happened, both on- andoffline, simply because the right people met at one of these events.
* freedom of speech
* government transparency
* computer insecurity
* privacy
* open software, open standards & software patents
* community networking


Lat 51°33.270858 / Lon 5°20.620584 / July 28-31 2005
Liempde, near Den Bosch, The Netherlands

And oh yeah: it is a lot of fun too!"


Monday, February 27, 2006 - 04:19 PM

Emerging Systems July 9-14, 2006 @ Sonoma State University. The 50th anniversary conference of the International Society for the Systems Sciences offers an opportunity to celebrate and reinvigorate a half-century of interdisciplinary collaboration and synthesis.



• Complex Systems and the Roots of Systems Thinking
What can the sciences of complexity teach us about social justice and sustainability?

• Self-Organization and Living Systems
What is the nature of the relationship between information and consciousness?

• Ecological Systems and Sustainability
How do we manage information in a way that fosters effective decision-making processes?

• Social Systems Design and Practice
How do we nurture organizational structures that serve human needs while also protecting our resources for future generations?


Monday, February 06, 2006 - 01:35 PM

"Every cluster of galaxies, every star, every atom... had a beginning, but the Universe, itself, did not" - Sir Frederick Hoyle, Plumian Professor of Astonomy, Cambridge University


photo c/o Hubble Telescope Website Gallery, NASA public domain


"The novel idea that there are an infinite number of time dimensions in the Universe revolutionizes gravitational theory and much of modern science with it."
- Alexander Franklin Mayer, MIT Alumni


Monday, January 23, 2006 - 11:43 AM

Imaginify Community From Imaginify: THANK YOU AGAIN!!! to everyone who participated, collaborated and/or attended
Metamedia Cooperation II, 2006
PHOTO TAG : mcii [360° visual screen]

Thank you to our Collaborators:
Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts (DIVA)
University of Oregon (UO)
••• Cultural Forum (CF)
••• School of Allied Arts & Architecture (AA&A)
••••• Art Department
••••• Arts & Administration (AAD)
••••••• Institute for Community Arts Studies (ICAS)
••• Institute of Cognitive & Decision Sciences (ICDS)
••••• Complexity and Nonlinear Dynamics Focus Group (CAND)


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