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jonathan.m.isbell
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    TOWARD A SCIENCE OF...
    Now playing SpaceCollective
    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.

    interface from di3it on Vimeo.



    this project shows a typical scenario in 4 different political environments, dealing with immigration and national/local territories:

    1. US government solidifies CA/MEX border, thus steming the flow of illegal immigrants, and isolating itself.

    2. US opens CA/MEX border, thus restoring CA to its former status as a state of shared colonial governance.

    3. CA secedes from US, joining with mexico to create an independent state.

    4. CA secedes from US, and solidifies its own borders, thus becoming anentity unto itself...




    sci-ARC spring 2009.
    benjamin bratton, instructor.
    written by mike nesbit, jonathan.m.isbell
    directed/shot/edited by jonathan.m.isbell

    featuring music by
    porn sword tobacco
    radiohead
    chris bathgate
    edIT
    (used for educational use only)

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    bicentennial man from di3it on Vimeo.


    the setting is turn of the century los angeles, complete with human powered automobiles and penny farthing bicycles. main street is zoned as a freeway, with ginormous freeway signs on the pedestrian sidewalk. it starts out at the historic pacific electric building, where once-upon-a-time, the silver city had street cars whizzing from downtown to inglewood, from santa monica to pasadena..all over LA county and neighboring counties. the P&E building was where many of the electric light rail cars were parked.

    then came the automobile. in a time when auto and tire manufacturers were buying up all the public transportation, the cobblestone streets of LA were literally paved over to smooth the way for the internal-combustion single-family-car/dwelling, with the passage of the highway act, the fate of economical, environmentally friendly public transportation was sealed in stone-which had been re-appropriated as asphalt. many of the streets in downtown LA are now crumbling, revealing the original cobblestone-and some of the rails-beneath!

    follow our carefree adventurer as he braves the busy bustle on bygone technology, in his search for the wizard of trans himself!

    featuring music by george gershwin and paul schoenfield (for educational use only)

    inspired by Urban Systems at sci-ARC in los angeles.

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