Huyghe + Corbusier: Harvard Project, Pierre Huyge (44:20)
Performance by Tris Vonna-Michell (starts at 6:36)
Ear to the Ground, David Van Tieghem, 1981
Relatum (formerly Phenomenon and Perception A), Lee Ufan, 1969
In this work, three stones are spaced on top of a five-meter rubber measuring tape laid out on the floor. Each of the tape’s linear segments is distorted so that a one meter segment is stretched to three meters, and two meters stretched to two-and-a-half meters. Stones thus act as markers that deform the given rules of linear measurement, introducing a moment of uncertainty in the precise universe of measurement that questions the divisibility of space. Measurement is no longer conceived as reliant on mathematical constancy, but as a variable model contingent upon perception. From MoMA.
Array of modern devices with various screen resolutions
Zoomed in view of Relatum (formerly Phenomenon and Perception A)
Variable browser dimensions
Into Time, Raphael Rozendaal, 2010
Favicon (16×16px) for Into Time
Create a favicon for the Core Interaction website. Think about the function of the website along with the navigational and formal elements of its design. How does the favicon you design relate to these elements?