Rising up above it all

A great glass elevator for Battersea Power Station by WilkinsonEyre. See also (because we love trotting this one out): The sad story of Battersea Power Station: a graveyard of architectural visions, together with a gallery / speaking of ruins, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl and Memory of Utopia, ‘How a Ukrainian Computer Game Transfigured Folkloric Processes of Remembering’ (via MeFi, which has a great post about a promotional (!) visit to Pripyat) / low-latency visualizations by Arthur Barthur with the Unreal Engine / a new project by Rosey Chan, Sonic Apothecary, personalised music to aid meditation / you probably couldn’t do that with a Suzuki Omnichord / atmospheric electronica music by Waitress / synth pop by Inky Nite / At the Grove, instrumental post-rock from Germany / Why is this interesting? How Formula 1 still seems to be sneaking in tobacco sponsorship / Self Erasing Drawing, a project by Haugen/Zohar / the story of The Empty Man, on the travails of making and distributing films in a pandemic (via FanFare) / does NFT stand for ‘no f***ing thankyou’?: The carbon footprint of creating and selling an NFT artwork; The environmental impact of NFTs is “horrible” says architect Chris Precht.

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