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hype_dated weather

Posted by Chris on January 21, 2010 at 1:49 pm  

absen(t/ce) apologies. hopefully this will be the first of many posts as i attempt to get back on the horse called blog.



winter brought snow. a fair bit of it. dubsola did a mix about snow. it’s soft and well formed, nestled inside a zip file here.


Hauschka – Ginsterweg (from Snowflakes and Car Wrecks)
Inch Time – Icicles and Snowflakes
Ezekial Honig – Fractures and Fissures
Robin Saville – Snow Jewel
Tenniscoats – Aurora Curtains
The Necks – Drive By
Harold Budd – As Long As I Can Hold My Breath
Fluxion – Atlos
Carl Craig – Es. 30
Vainqueur – Elevation
Indio – Snowdrifts


“In his essay The City in the Age of Touristic Reproduction, Boris Groys traces the tourist back to Kant’s Critique of Judgement before aligning it with the view of a satellite. In the same essay he argues that the theme park is more primary: ‘[P]resent-day urban architecture has now begun to move faster than its viewers. This architecture is almost always already there before the tourists arrive. In the race between tourists and architecture it is now the tourist who loses. Although the tourist is annoyed to encounter the same architecture everywhere he goes, he is also amazed to see how successful a certain type of architecture has proved to be in a wide range of disparate cultural settings.’ The theme park arrives first, because it is finally immaterial; the power which it exerts is finally a virtual power. The power of the virtual.” from.

DELAY! Delay dElay deLay delAy delaY……..

margaret dygas – invisible circles

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from last year on the perlon label. brutalist like snow.


1 Comment »

  • Comment by Jore Suc UK on January 28, 2010 at 12:28 pm

Theme parks arrive first, tourists approach and leave, the theme park , the forest encroaches.

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