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    Design Media Arts at UCLA
    In the 1970s space colonies were considered to be a viable alternative to a life restricted to planet Earth. The design of cylindrical space...
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    Immersive spaces - wrt nature
    Project: Design Media Arts at UCLA
    Art
    1. “Makin’ Hay” by Tom Otterness

    • Originally, designed for hay bale decorating contest - loosely based on 19th century painting, “The Gleaners”, by Francois Millet. Provides home for squirrels, it is a direct incorporation and implementation within the natural environment of typical northern california chaparral; they blend in well with their environment







    2. “Burning man”, founded by Larry Harvey

    • Burning Man is an annual experiment in temporary community dedicated to radical self-expression and radical self-reliance. The 2007 theme: “The Green Man”, essentially humanity’s relationship to nature







    3. “The Color of Palo Alto”, Samuel Yates

    • Yates received grant by city for project - combination of photography and G.I.S. for compilation of all colors in Palo Alto, California. Photograph of each business/ residence useful for fire department







    Media Art

    1. “EX-S-S-TW”, Shieh Chiech Huang, for “Networked Nature” exhibit

    • Inspired by everyday household electronic devices - exploration of organic systems
      dynamic circulation of electricity and air: a living micro-environment.







    2. “Celestial Mechanics”, Scott Hessels

    • Planetarium based artwork installation that visualizes the statistics, data, and protocols of manmade aerial technologies.







    3. “Fly to Mars”, Jennifer Steinkamp

    • Motion based on priestly prayers







    Bio Art

    1. “Genome Valence”, Ben Fry

    • Visual representation of algorithm used for genome searches - sequence of letters (DNA). Unique 9 letter sequences are highlighted with point on screen







    2. “Liquid Architectures”, Marcus Novak

    • Allogenetic: four dimensional, algorithmic architectural shapes that mutate in time. Combination of non-euclidian conceptions of space with aspects of algorithmic emergence and morphogenesis.







    3. “Park Wheel”, Llyod Alter

    • ‘Take the park with you’







    Architecture

    1. “NDRC”, Santa Monica

    • Highest certification available for green building design







    2. “Villa Savoye”, Le Corbusier

    • Architecture as ‘living machine’ - optimization of green/ open space







    3. “Ford Headquarters”, Bill McDonough

    • Roof top gardens/ lawns







    Design

    1. “Unpack a Park: Mobile Green Space”, Kevin Van Braak

    • Form of urban intervention - addresses issues like individualism v. community; helps introduce nature to concrete jungle







    2. “Urban Nomad Shelter”, Cameron McNall





    3. “Kings Park Federation Walkway”, Perth, Western Australia



    Science

    1. “A New Kind of Science”, Stephen Wolfram

    • Code generates it’s own mutations and results in cycles that can not be quantified or graphed or explained mathematically







    2. “Turritopsis Nutricula”, Immortal Jellyfish

    • Through transdifferentiation of cells, jellyfish regenerates from polyp to medusa and back; type of hydrozoan







    3. “Earth Cooling Reflectors”, Roger Angel
    - trillion miniature spacecraft 1 gram in mass and carrying a half meter diameter of sunshade




    Technology (Biotech)

    1. “Google Earth”





    2. “Watercone”, Augustin

    • Salty brackish water converted to purified water through condensation on the inside of the cone







    3. “Genetically Modified Mosquito for Malaria prevention”



    Film

    1. "Grizzly Man"





    2. "Kpax"





    3. "The Fountain"


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