Timmy Yoon WIP PRESENTATION 141024

Sorry for delay- don’t really have an excuse.

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REFERENCE, Crocodiles and Alligators – by Cuqui Jerez, with Ismeni Espejel

Crocodiles and Alligators – cuqui jerez.

Crocodiles and Alligators                                                                                                                    
(2012)  
                                                                                                                                                                     

Is
IsSara?
Is Sara there?
Sarathere is light.
Is there light on Sara?
The light on Sara is there.
ThereThe lightSara is on line!
Line up SaraThereThe light is on!
Sara: Line up? ThereThe light is not on!
Sara, up! The line is there, not on our light!
Sara: John? The line is on our light, not up there!
The line: “ There is not a light on our Sara. Up, John!”
Is there a light box Sara? John? Our line on? Not up? The
A fly!!! Light the line! Not there! Up on our box, John is Sara.
Sara, fly! John, light the box! There is not a line on our make up.
Sarais there not a line on our make up??? John, fly light to the box.
John make up! Does Sara fly light to the box? There is not a line on our…
Does the line match? Sara, make John fly up to our box. There is not a light on.
There is a box. On? Up? To? Sara does not match with our fly. Make John light the line.

Crocodiles and Alligators was created in the wake of Version(s), a research led between September 2010 and November 2011 at Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, Paris. Version(s) was a research project on how different versions of a show’s beginning might add up to a new show. In a constant back-and-forth between the enunciation of possibilities and their on-stage execution, Cuqui Jerez and lighting designer Gilles Gentner observe how language and space transform each other to produce a new reality. By increasing the number of possible openings of a play that does not develop linearly, they explore what effect these elements have on the audience’s expectations and imagination.

Crocodiles and Alligators is about difference, variation, change, contrast, differentiation, disparity, dissimilarity, distinction, diversity, unlikeness, variety, exception, particularity, peculiarity and singularity. But it is also about performance and choreography; about stage and backstage; about observing and imagining; about stillness and accumulation; about nothingness and fullness; about light and darkness.

Concept by Cuqui Jerez. Created in collaboration with Gilles Gentner and Ismeni Espejel. Collaborator: Amaia Urra. Performed by Gilles Gentner and Ismeni Espejel. Lights by Gilles Gentner. Co-produced by Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, BRUT Wien and Kunstencentrum BUDA, Kortrijk.

Performed at
Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, Paris: February 2012
Festival Imagetanz Brut, Viena: March 2012

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Work in Progress – Week 4 – Ana Alonso

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22nd of OCTOBER 2014, the first auto-CRIT

Dear all!

Today is the first auto-CRIT: The purpose of the CRIT is to describe your first year intuitions about Generation Z legacy embed in your models.

  • when: Wednesday the 22nd, from 10:00 onward.
  • where: room 1.40.
  • what: all model explorations + A4 description of your Brief (programme, target, location, procurement)+ Agenda (design hypothesis).
  • how: bringing all physical model explorations, and A4 printed sheet + uploading A4 brief + 5 pictures of the model (IZASKUN is not in London, so the uploading is crucial too, ONLY RUBEN has done it so far).
  • running order: we will make the list in the morning according to students arrival.
  • thank you very much!

CRIT PANEL: a good auto-CRITICS starts with the UNIT22 community members so this is the collection of panels we will have and the role of the members we consider could be very interesting.

1- FIRST SLOT:

- Ruben (programme coherence and functionality).

- Sirisan (technical development of the project).

- Ana (social and environmental sustainability).

- Max (only if you have recovered completely, and then you will take environmental sustainability champion role from Ana)

2- SECOND SLOT:

- Oliver (programme coherence and functionality).

- Xiaoying (technical development of the project).

- Lily (social and environmental sustainability).

3- THIRD SLOT:

Timmy (programme coherence and functionality).

Jennifer (technical development of the project).

Nawan,  (social and environmental sustainability).

4- FORTH SLOT:

- Han (programme coherence and functionality).

- Josh (technical development of the project).

- Li (social sustainability).

- Shuo (environmental sustainability).

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

See you in a bit

Izaskun and Carlos

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Rubén Brief and photos

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REFERENCE, Zemer Peled, Ceramics Sculptures

Amazing Ceramics Sculptures – Fubiz™.

Dear all!

Here I post the work of Zemer Peled, an artist who works with ceramics and traditional Chinese blue glace to produce the most exuberant and beautiful pieces…. here is her website: www.zemerpeled.com

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REFERENCE, Espacios de Paz Project, Venezuela

Petare, La Y 5 de Julio / Caracas [TXP Todo por La Praxis + PGRC + Pico Estudio

Petare, La Y 5 de Julio / Caracas [TXP Todo por La Praxis + PGRC + Pico Estudio

The Espacios de Paz (Spaces for Peace) project in  is turning “zones of danger” into “zones of peace” through participatory design in violent areas of the country. Led by Venezuelan firm PICO Estudio, Espacios de Paz was a six-week long workshop that involved five groups of architects from both Venezuela as well as internationally. Each group focused on developing a project in a community with a high presence of violence. By transforming unused spaces such as empty plots and unregulated landfill areas, the projects sought to create “social dynamics that invite new ways of living in communities, transforming categories that rule the daily life: the use of time and space.” Community involvement in project development was also key to the Espacios de Paz initiative, which sought to  create “a space built not only “for” the community but “by” the community.”

How Venezuela’s Espacios de Paz Project is Transforming Community Spaces | ArchDaily.

Pinto Salinas, Las 3 Marías / Caracas [Oficina Lúdica + PKMN pacman

Pinto Salinas, Las 3 Marías / Caracas [Oficina Lúdica + PKMN pacman

About the Project:
Date: July / August 2014
Comisión Presidencial del Movimiento por la Paz y la Vida
Directed by:PICO Estudio

Architectural collectives
Abono / Venezuela
Al Borde / Ecuador
AXP Arquitectura Expandida / Colombia
HSF Hábitat Sin Fronteras / México
Independiente / Venezuela – España [Andrea Stanko Wolf + Elena de Oleza Llobet]
Oficina Lúdica / Venezuela
PGRC Plataforma Gestión Residuos de Ciudad / Venezuela
PICO Proyecto de Interés Comunal / Venezuela
PKMN pacman / España
TXP Todo por la Praxis / España
439 Estudio Arquiurbano / Venezuela

Communities
Petare, La Y 5 de Julio / Caracas, Distrito Capital Pinto Salinas
Las 3 Marías / Caracas, Distrito Capital La Florida
Los Mangos / Valencia, Estado Carabobo El Chama
La Carabobo / Mérida, Estado Mérida Capitán Chico
Santa Rosa de Agua / Maracaibo, Estado Zulia
Artistic Production
Comando Creativo + PICO Estudio
Logistics
C-4 colectivo
Photo and Video
Beto 369
Catia TV
FIJU
ViveTV

Institutions
Construpatria
Gran Misión Saber y Trabajo
Inparques
Frente Francisco de Miranda
Movimiento por la Paz y la Vida
PDVSA La Estancia

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