How high’s the water, mama?

Aqua Aesthetica, ‘Visual Research on Sea Level Rise’ by artist Marijn Achternaam. See also, ‘Stories to save the world: the new wave of climate fiction. Still sort of related, a house in a water tower / Inventive Vents: A Gazetteer of London’s Ventilation Shafts, found via this Guardian review, which also points us to the amazing Layers of London mapping website / a Bonhams auction, Aeropittura: Italian Futurism in Flight, using art to storyboard the next wave of horror, which presumably gave the Futurists tingles of transgressive joy / interactive musical sculptures by Bichopalo. More on YouTube / related, a new version of the TAL noisemaker VST synth / illustration by Dominika Lipniewska / cars that got cancelled, in the old sense of the word / a profile of Joe Rush, one of the founders of the legendary Mutoid Waste Company.

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