permaculture & blockchain- more similar than you might think

I’m a permaculturlist, and of course, blockchain enthusiast;) It’s funny really, because before blockchain came along I really was not really that interested in technology. Of course I used it, but for the most part I knew enough to get by for my work and interests. I cannot quite say why it is exactly I got into blockchain – but I think that the reason that I stayed is in part because of permaculture ideologies and EOS. Blockchain makes sense to me because of EOS in the way that mathematics makes sense to me because of philosophy (I’m a philosopher … Continue reading permaculture & blockchain- more similar than you might think

Nomadic Tribe, a poetic journey to an unknown land.

an interactive tale – about a mysterious tribe living on islands, moving from one to another every year, doing their duty. In this imaginary world, those folks were living in harmony with nature and they could actually communicate with it. Every island they were living on, they were dedicated to helping the ecosystem heal and become as strong as it once was. Every New Year’s Eve, they had to bid farewell to it and fly toward new lands. In a dreamy, poetic world, this interactive tale is composed of 4 chapters. Being huge fans of Jean Girault, aka Moebius a great artist, we did … Continue reading Nomadic Tribe, a poetic journey to an unknown land.


| 太古蜃市 Photograph is a medium of instant moments. Before digital images had replaced traditional films, a photograph was used to be a solid object, a proof one can obtain from the passing of time. It freezes a unique moment in the form of a negative film, even though the moment will one day extend beyond the reach of memory. Time Immemorial, a series founded in 2016, was made in great respect towards the abandoned histories in photographs. BY YONGLIANG YANG Continue reading TIME IMMEMORIAL


“Crossings” (1995), a project investigating the potential of landscape architecture using  the Internet, created by Stacey Spiegel and Rodney Hoinkes. It explored the boundaries of VR representation techniques and the potential of 3D interactivity and navigation on the World Wide Web. As an artwork crafted from the software tool set called ‘Polytrim’ developed at the Centre for Landscape Research of the University of Toronto, this project was first realized as part of the artist in residence program. It achieves a compelling dynamic immersive landscape where the terrain is shaped from information structures, which could be seen as an evolutionary step that extends painting … Continue reading CROSSINGS: IMMERSIVE ARCHITECTURE


“THE MOST ELABORATE PUZZLE IN THE INTERNET AGE”   The Puzzles On January 4, 2012, an image was posted on 4chan’s /b/ and /x/ boards. The image contained text challenging those who read it to find the message hidden within it. Users were quickly able to find the message by opening the image into a text editor program, and from there the puzzle solvers were led to clue after clue, including physical signs posted in various cities across the world. After about a month, Cicada 3301 announced they had found the people they were looking for. The organization would publish … Continue reading CICADA 3301 : PUZZLE | CRYPTOGRAPHY


COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE WITH POLAR UMBRELLA SKYSCRAPERS  B.J. MURPHY As the polar ice caps reduce in size due to anthropogenic climate change, new and innovative ways to combat environmental degradation are being considered, embracing a future of positive change. One of the many winners of eVolo’s Skyscraper Competition, the Polar Umbrella Buoyant Skyscraper, is designed to not only change the way we see architectural infrastructure, but also change the way we combat climate change. Designed by Derek Pirozzi, the Umbrella Skyscraper isn’t simply a futuristic environmental experiment, but would also provide research labs, energy harvesting power stations, housing units, and habitation for wildlife … Continue reading POLAR UMBRELLA : SKYSCRAPER | ICE CAPS