- Green dwellers in the city
csikz | admin | 2012-08-08 10:27:00 | ideas | read post
I like to collect respectable green dwellers in the city. I like the surviving artist type particularly. They reminds us of what we already know - that if we vanished nature would take its space back very soon.
They say it would take just a couple of hundred years and there would be almost nothing clearly visible remained of our cities. The pyramids in the deserts would keep standing though as mementos of human culture.
tomato plant in Garay street
the only tree in our yard
green spot at Felvonulási tér
- New video of Trinity Kick
csikz | admin | 2012-03-19 01:32:40 | just working on | read post
Just uploaded this improved video of Reconstruct Trinity Kick project. Some thoughts came along while rethinking the project.
One of the inspirations comes from the well-known scene of the Matrix film where Trinity jumps and the time freezes while the camera turns around.
What is engaging in post apocalyptic fictions?
Seeing all the cultural assets destroyed, which ensures our everyday life at a level we all got used to. How to start over when all elements of our civilized world disappear? What is the substance of civilization at all? All the gigantic machineries built for serving our comfort that we all refer to as “big cities”? Or is the civilization interiorized in our mindset? Does the destruction of the physical assets mean an inevitable downgrading of the quality of life or is it rather a chance to make a jump to a new level? A jumping gesture in the emptiness of ruins is a good start. Do you think that it is air what you are breathing in?