E.A.T. – Experiments in Art and Technology
«Pepsi Pavilion for the Expo ’70»
The Blue Angels in San Francisco:
James Stirling wormseye/birdseye drawings:
Artist (Slade graduate) Conrad Shawcross:
“Handcrafted from oak timber, pieced together like a giant Meccano™ set,The Nervous Systemis a serious feat of amateur engineering. Mesmerising in its simplistic complexity, Shawcross’s sculpture offers a certain mysticism through making: beyond experiencing this sculpture as an object (with all its creaking noise and grinding movement), it is also a working spinning machine.
His improbable system of cogs and pulleys constantly churn out a perfectly woven rope. Beyond being an installation in itself, The Nervous Systemis also an artwork that makes art: the colourful cord pours out of the machine like paint, piling on the floor like an ever-expanding abstract sculpture.”
Dan Grayber, a San Francisco based artist, creates intricately made mechanical objects designed to sustain only themselves. These spring-loaded sculptures attach themselves to/between architectural elements or within crafted glass encasings.
Nitsche- swiss graphic designer with a Bauhaus-style applied to illustrating graphs and charts
Visionary comic book author behind Akira and many others:
Lebbeus on fold out paper architectures: