For my research, I’ve set up a separate blog. Sometimes blogposts will appear both at www.theappealoftheunreal.com and at www.deephistoriesfragilememories.com.
The research blog is made for several reasons: the posts collect all that has to do with the research, it functions as a reminder, and as a way to communicate progress and findings. Please keep in mind this blog is a work in progress.
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- March, 9, 2020. First visit to the American Museum of Natural History. We’re about 6 weeks into the Covid-19 corona virus frenzy, which became global right before I traveled to the U.S. as part of my residency at Residency Unlimited in Brooklyn, New York. Prior to my trip, I had a normal case of a […]
- The Solastalgia project now has its own subsite: www.solastalgia.theappealoftheunreal.com.
- A shift in research focus from visual illusions to something more relevant. Meet Solastalgia. More on this soon.
- A skeuomorph object wants you to believe it's made of another material: it's an imitation-look. This post will expand.
- The Three Motions of Loom: shuttles. An experimental non linear text on weaving as animation and time-traveling as a research method.
- An experiment in animating a double sided tapestry.
- Château de Breteuil near Paris, houses a collection of automata and period room dioramas, depicting historical events that may or may not have taken place in the castle. Visited Oct. 2019.
- Work in progress: an overview of visual illusions and illusionist effects: suggestions of depth and/or movement.
- Daguerre and Bouton's only remaining diorama at the church of Bry-sur-Marne: a piece of religious high-tech theatre. Visited October 2019.
- This is part of a text, published in April 2019 on my portfolio site. It talks about the boundaries of the diorama, and Lascaux III as a simulation.