Full set of images to come as soon as my hard drive cooperates.
A few final renderings.
Electric #6, 2009. Thomas Kneubühler. [From the series Electric Mountains]When I first came to Canada, I remember driving on the highway passing a mountain full of lights. It looked to me like a surreal landscape, almost like an installation or a land-art project. Later I found out that this mountain was illuminated by 500 000 watts of lights and was used for night skiing. I was stunned.
This is a really interesting article about WalMart’s corporate culture told through the lens of Julie Roehm’s experience as a mid-level marketing exec there.
"BASF is developing chemicals from bacteria and fungi instead of processing oil derivatives, cutting back on smokestacks that belch carbon dioxide into the atmosphere
…the landscape of BASF’s Ludwigshafen headquarters, a 4 square-mile complex dominated by interconnecting pipes, chimneys and plants. The hydrophobins he’s researching can be used for shoe waterproofing or cosmetics that are easier to apply.”