Monthly Archives: December 2008

on pdfs or, on describing nature using unorthodox points of refernce

You’ve been sent this article from the New York Times of 1910. It’s a peculiar offer, yet, you liked the story of an amateur ornithologist of the turn of the last century, who by observation alone, presented the Thayer Theory. … Continue reading

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on listening to dialogues for social sustainability in public spaces

You attended a fantastic conference last week, hosted by the Transforming Cultures Research Centre, University of Technology of Sydney. Three exciting days of extremely interesting topics being delivered around issues of social sustainability in the landscape, delving in re-defining how … Continue reading

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Frasers Studio Party or how you can get your buildings taller

Word on the street goes that when Frasers decided to implement the FraserStudio the Sydney City Council allowed the developers to have an extra 8-10% of housing ratio on their plans. And here you are, one of the artists part … Continue reading

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