From reading to doing After describing how I got introduced to the writings of Christopher Alexander this post tells the story of how I put his theory into practice. I was unfamiliar with his design methods and unsure where to start. I organised a couple of workshops (Fig. 1 & 2) together with Baltan Laboratories […]
I’ve discovered a great tool to manage my breathing_time project: Trello. It’s a free on-line tool for managing tasks. It’s really easy to work with and it has greatly cleared my head in 30 minutes. You just create a board for a project. Add a list (project part) and fill that list with tasks (cards). […]
I’ve been doing some research and sketching for the breathing_time breath detection device. It could take the shape of piece of clothing or lean more towards a device/tool look. I’ve explored the possibilities: I think the wearable variation is a bit too much: As air is such a subtle, immaterial thing I want to underline […]
During my month of muteness I record a minute long video everyday around 12 o’ clock. I hope that my face will tell the story of what it is like not to speak for a month. I’ve looked at some footage and want to make three interaction modes with the data: 1) all films playing […]
Sketch for my ‘drawing breath machine’. A box with 2 sticks through it, one with a crank on one side. They will support the rolls of paper. The brush will be suspended from the top of the box.