November « 2002 « Rise Industries | Interdisciplinary projects since 1999

posted by on 2002.11.22, under Uncategorized

An interview with Matthew Barney in Tate Magazine’s second issue. Mmmmmm, Barney. here

If anyone know how I could possibly get to see the whole Cremaster series, without flying to New York, please let me know.

posted by on 2002.11.21, under Uncategorized

Some photos of the new MIT dorms by that Holl guy. “Inside the buildings, sensuous volumes resembling a dolphin’s skin fold and curve upward to skylights” – What? Are you sure? But, really, the project is impressively ugly and repetitive – in a good way. I can’t wait to go visit it next week perhaps. It seems like it has a lot of potential.H

posted by on 2002.11.21, under Uncategorized

New York architects LTL (Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis) gave a lecture here at SCI-Arc last night, and I must say it was refreshing to see work produced with and interest in working within the profession and language of architecture in order to find new expressions and to test what architecture can do. Their work is carefully thought out, beautifully represented, and extremely clever. They are certainly not lacking a sense of humor. All of this adds up to make them one of my new favorite firms. Go take a look at some of their work online at LTL , especially the New Suburbanism project, a smart take on how to use sprawl instead of just endlessly railing against it.

posted by on 2002.11.20, under Uncategorized

Wow. Check out the gorgeous photo-blog at slower.net. sssssss

posted by on 2002.11.20, under Uncategorized

Listen to this mp3 from Nigo, March of The General. GGGGG

posted by on 2002.11.20, under Uncategorized

Today is music day. You want Pizzicato Five… new album. Go here for Mp3 single. How nice. You also want an older album “Happy End of the World” which rocks in a funky retro way. 5555

posted by on 2002.11.20, under Uncategorized

Finally, porn for the tatoo & piercing aficionado= ###

posted by on 2002.11.20, under Uncategorized

Selling something without really selling it. The last version of this site had two Star Wars Imperial walkers humping. ###

posted by on 2002.11.19, under Uncategorized

First, make a cardboard box.. (via the Fat Channel)////

posted by on 2002.11.19, under Uncategorized

Your Luxury mansion on a budget, ala Neuschwannstein (I cant spell that) and Hearst./////

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