Member 1231
11 entries
25382 views

 RSS
Contributor to project:
Polytopia
(M)
UK
Immortal since Dec 25, 2007
Uplinks: 0, Generation 3

Mohir Fine-Art Photography
21st Century Must Have Knowled
  • Affiliated
  •  /  
  • Invited
  •  /  
  • Descended
  • mohir’s favorites
    From Wildcat
    Disembodied Juxtapositions...
    From Wildcat
    Uncontrolled hubris –...
    From Xarene
    Nourish
    mohir’s project
    Polytopia
    The human species is rapidly and indisputably moving towards the technological singularity. The cadence of the flow of information and innovation in...
    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.



    Thu, Feb 28, 2013  Permanent link

      RSS for this post
      Promote (7)
      
      Add to favorites
    Synapses (1)
     
    Mon, May 3, 2010  Permanent link
    Categories: photography
      RSS for this post
      Promote (11)
      
      Add to favorites (2)
    Synapses (1)
     
    Fri, Feb 19, 2010  Permanent link

      RSS for this post
      Promote (5)
      
      Add to favorites
    Synapses (1)
     

    Homard (2008) from Romain de l'Ecotais on Vimeo.

    Here's one of the short-movies edited for a "new creative space dedicated to experimental collaboration between artists and scientists located in the heart of Paris" : Le laboratoire.
    Directed by Mathilde de l'Ecotais.
    Edited by Romain de l'Ecotais.
    Music : Frederic Galliano "Label brousse".
    Thu, Oct 23, 2008  Permanent link
    Categories: art, science, video
      RSS for this post
      Promote (5)
      
      Add to favorites
    Create synapse
     
    Anybody who uses the Internet should read E.M. Forster's The Machine Stops. It is a chilling, short story masterpiece about the role of technology in our lives. Written in 1909, it's as relevant today as the day it was published. Forster has several prescient notions including instant messages (email!) and cinematophoes (machines that project visual images).

    Read Here
    Sat, Oct 18, 2008  Permanent link

      RSS for this post
      Promote (7)
      
      Add to favorites (1)
    Create synapse
     



    Here's a mesmerizing ten-minute video from the Darwin@Home project (which harnesses idle computers to simulate evolution) that shows the different, bizarre randomly evolved walking-strategies that have emerged from the simulations.

    Sat, Oct 4, 2008  Permanent link
    Categories: Evolution
      RSS for this post
      Promote (1)
      
      Add to favorites
    Create synapse
     
    The Mike Wallace Interview: Aldous Huxley5/18/58.
    Aldous Huxley, social critic and author of Brave New World, talks to Wallace about threats to freedom in the United States, overpopulation, bureaucracy, propaganda, drugs, advertising, and television.

    Sun, Sep 14, 2008  Permanent link
    Categories: predictions, freedom
      RSS for this post
      Promote (3)
      
      Add to favorites
    Create synapse
     

    Passage




    Covered partiality




    Tainted purity
    Wed, Jun 18, 2008  Permanent link

      RSS for this post
      Promote (6)
      
      Add to favorites (1)
    Synapses (3)
     

    The Spread




    The Indent




    The Contained
    Fri, May 9, 2008  Permanent link
    Categories: art, perception, photography
      RSS for this post
      Promote (7)
      
      Add to favorites (2)
    Synapses (4)
     

    Contrast is Relational


    Structure is Indicative


    Form is Meaning


    Vision Updates Memory

    as a photographer that believes science needs the arts to make sense of perception I am in the process of trying to capture ideas as visual representations. I strongly believe that form is the foundation of the meaning we eventually attribute to objects and their relations to ourselves in casual encounters.
    Art is the language, photography is the medium, perception is the subject.
    Sun, Feb 10, 2008  Permanent link
    Categories: art, photography, perception
      RSS for this post
      Promote (10)
      
      Add to favorites (3)
    Synapses (6)
     
          Cancel