Curve descent pattern by Oleg Soroko | Posted by CJWHO.com
Curve descent pattern by Oleg Soroko | Posted by CJWHO.com Curve descent pattern by Oleg Soroko | Posted by CJWHO.com Curve descent pattern by Oleg Soroko | Posted by CJWHO.com


Curve descent pattern by Oleg Soroko

This series of prints I made during my experimentation with code. I used “Gradient descent” and “Marching Cubes” algorithms. First, I created a mesh in rhino with a script. Then render the model in 3ds max. Then a bit of color correction in Photoshop. In massive series i combine lines and isosurfaces. In minimal series i decided to show only isosurfaces.

Off-grid in the New Mexico Desert at the Earthship Biotecture Centre: http://goo.gl/HRQEEV

'The penis currently equals male, equals power, equals money, equals misogyny, equals inequality and equals capitalism in a kind of insane spiral of illogical leaps.'

Adam Nathaniel Furman asks why we give phallic architecture such a hard time? http://goo.gl/QFJWwj

‘A woman asks her psychiatrist, “My husband only seems to want to use the dining room table for sex. What should I do?” The psychiatrist responds, “I would stop eating in bed.”’

Kyveli Anastasiadi’s perfomance-driven film explores architecture through dance http://goo.gl/Bpmyta

Palace of the Winds in Jaipur, India



“Enter Pyongyang” is another stunning collaboration between city-­branding pioneer JT Singh and flow-motion videographer Rob Whitworth. Blending time-lapse photography, acceleration and slow motion, HD and digital animation, they have produced a cutting‐edge panorama of a city hardly known, but one emerging on the visitor’s landscape as North Korea’s opening unfolds.

North Korea was the last country seemingly immune to change—but no longer. Recent years have witnessed mobile phone penetration, a surge in tourists, and even a marathon. Numerous special economic zones have been launched in cooperation with China, Russia, and South Korea, with railways planned linking all countries in the region. “Enter Pyongyang” captures not just the city, but this dynamism and sense of potential.

This video is the single most significant multi-­media contribution to transcending clichés about North Korea as a society defined by reclusiveness and destitution. To travel there is to witness a proud civilization, though one caught in a Cold War time-warp. Korean cultural traditions are meticulously preserved and displayed in authentic richness. Anyone who has witnessed the awe-inspiring Mass Games knows that, with great sacrifice, North Koreans can pull off a performance unparalleled in its precision.

Learning about one of the world’s most secretive cities.


"Are Friends Electric", Emma Balfour photographed by David Sims for The Face Magazine Nov93, wearing overcoat by Helmut Lang and anorak from Carlo Manzi Rentals, styling by Melanie Ward


Lloyds of London.

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"I programme my home computer, beam myself into the future"

Amy Caiwei Zhao’s Kraftwerk-inspired music video for The Cross Media Centre: http://goo.gl/NmbQi1