Friday, 15 January 2021

AALAWuN soCIALcrEDIT AAmothership

 soCIALcrEDIT

 

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special thanks to Damnoen Techamai music: Tango Rhums

 


 

 

Thursday, 7 January 2021

AALAWuN dust AAmothership

 

dust



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 poem - Dust ( Phyllis King) read by Sabrina Blakstad

 


 

Tuesday, 15 December 2020

AALAWuN manifest012 AAmothership

 manifest012  AAmothership 


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  with thanks to Leslaw Skrzypiec, Colin Prendergast, Rozhana Azra Bahsoon, Mariusz Stawiarski, Gregory Korcel, Kacper Stawiarski, Ebere Nwosu, Hiroe Shigemitsu, Spike Chen, Damnoen Techamai, Syed Waji, Daniel Koruma, Urzula Paszuk, Martynas Vinksna, Mykola Turyanskyy Sabrina Blakstad, Leo Sun, Barbara studzinska-Baronowska, Omar Zahid, Nicholas Day, Anita Pfauntsch, Nicole Studzinska, Photios Demetriou, Ryan Darius
 



 



 
 
 

The ‘Transparency Bird’ absorbs every colour, 

absorbing all. This is the last known sketch of one in  the wild”      

Captain Byron J B Blakeley

 


 
We're all very excited to see it going live for all to see.

FMR windows done.
 

 
best wishes Leszek

Monday, 7 December 2020

AALAWuN manifest011 AAmothership

manifest011 AAmothership 

 


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 with thanks to Leslaw Skrzypiec, Elisa Commanay, Colin Prendergast, Mariusz Stawiarski, Gregory Korcel, Tamir Aharoni, Maciej Korak, Sinan Asdar, Kacper Stawiarski, Ebere Nwosu, Ilia Var, Hiroe Shigemitsu, Noisydog, Spike Chen, Damnoen Techamai, Syed Waji, Daniel Koruma, Yoav Carmon, Urzula Paszuk, Martynas Vinksna, Mykola Turyanskyy, Leo Sun

 



 

Tuesday, 1 December 2020

AALAWuN manifest010 AAmothership

 

manifest010 AAmothership


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with thanks to Takako Hasegawa, Leticia Dadalto, Nour Hamade Philip Gharios, Rashad Fakhouri, Shatanik Mandal, Mariusz Stawiarski, Gregory Korcel, Maciej Korak, Anya Glick, Leslaw Skrzypiec, Kacper Stawiarski, Ebere Nwosu, Hiroe Shigemitsu, Spike Chen, Damnoen Techamai, Syed Waji, Daniel Koruma

 


 
 
 



 

Wednesday, 25 November 2020

AALAWuN manifest 09 AAmothership


manifest 09 AAmothership

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with thanks to Quentin Martin, Yijun Huang, Sabrina Blakstad, Photios Demetriou, Leslaw Skrzypiec, Kacper Stawiarski, Ebere Nwosu, Hiroe Shigemitsu, Daniel Koruma, Roberta Jenkins, Syed Waji, Chonk, Roman and Philip(Dip9) ,Tamir Aharoni, Leo (Dip14), Ilia Var, Zhuo Chen, Damnoen Techamai, Sharif and Khalad (Dip13)  


 

Perhaps one should try to imagine a glass exchange … the Farnsworth House with its walls in stained glass and Kings College Chapel with Mies’s planar glazing .

Did those impoverished modernists only see glass as a way of erasing architecture .. to reduce the building to eventually little more than a reflection and  with mirror glass a literal reflection  .

Others knowing that life is just a cloud wanted architecture to be more that a mist on an autumn  morning . Something to resist the nature of a fleeting life , architecture as a form of resistance ?

Our screens shine at us , yet the colours are opaque .

But the sun shines on us through the glass .

The stained glass window of the cathedral does not allow us to look out it suggests we look in wards . The colours of the glass have complex symbolic meanings . They can be read in a very literal sense and their colours unlike the colors on our screens have a very physical presence .

Can we imagine the windows of the AA in stained glass then imagine them dissolved by planar glazing ? Or constantly changing coulored glass images on the occupants projected by the sun on the AA's white walls ? 

The colurs of the glass compete with the colours on your screen b ut the one shines on you and the other at you ?



 

Tuesday, 17 November 2020

AALAWuN manifest08 AAmothership

 

 manifest08 AAmothership

 


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with thanks to Samy Hedin, Rozhana Azra, Leslaw Skrzypiec, Luisa Pires, Kacper Stawiarski, Ebere Nwosu, Hiroe Shigemitsu, Daniel Koruma, Yoav Carmon, Daria Nepop, Danya Gittler, Sabrina Blakstad, Gary Woodley, Syed Waji, Natalia Charogianni and Aretousa,
Ziyi Yaun (dip7), Charles Dib, Roman,Roman&Ting (dip9), Daphna (ex16 3rd year)

 
 

Dear Mothership, 

I have sent you a Leaf Letter…. and it should be on its way to you. I originally planned to send it via Postman Robin, as Little Grey Rabbit, Hare and Squirrel always do. But, not finding any good oak-leaves, I am using plane leaves, which seem too big and unwieldy for Postman Robin to deliver. So, as you can see, I put it in my high street post box. I trust the Royal Mail will deliver it to you safely?

Best wishes, Sabrina