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Posted on 2013/11/08 by

Boot Camp: Networks Jerusalem Cook Book

I set out to map Jerusalem’s cultural sectors through the relationships between its culinary ingredients. The thought, absurd as it might seem, was planted in my brain when I came across a famous adaptation of the 1581 Bünting Clover Leaf wood cut. Near Jerusalem’s Municipal complex, in Safra Square, Arman Darian’s tiles position Jerusalem at Read More

Posted on 2013/11/02 by

Musical Trees

Boot Camp – November 7 The German-Swiss poet Hermann Hesse once wrote, “Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth. They do not preach learning and precepts, they preach, undeterred by particulars, the ancient law of life.” I have always had a Read More

Posted on 2013/10/24 by

Boot Camp: My Sad Life, Quantified

Journalling takes us back some years to the emergence of the middle class, mercantiles documenting many of the more banal aspects of their day-to-day lives in keeping with the running of their households and businesses. Daniel Defoe elevated record-keeping to an art form with Robinson Crusoe, most of which is taken up in detailing inventories and explorations Read More

Posted on 2013/09/25 by

Text to Image

With the help of a friend I wrote a program in C# that converts text files into images. I’m not a programmer so please forgive me if I haven’t got the lingo quite right. The code was compiled in Unity and the output was converted from a targa file to a PNG in Gimp (so Read More