Weaving is often regarded as the first architecture. Tents were created embedding colour into the fabric of a room. Tim Ingold considers what it means to make things and how weaving and knotting are the more authentic origins of all making. By removing blocks from architecture you are able to free the form of walls. See full article here
Inflatable architecture? Could air redefine flat-pack design?
“Basic sheets of plastic, paper or fabric can be transformed into complex inflatables using a method devised by researchers at MIT Media Lab’s Tangible Media Group.”
Biohackers want to make their bodies and brains function better by “hacking” their biology. The BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme meets the people who are inserting technology under their skin, adopting extreme diets and trying to change their DNA.
After spending the past four decades in a psychiatric hospital, her name written out of art history, Yayoi Kusama became an art-world phenomenon in the age of the selfie