Current mood. Photo taken by Bradley and Jean Piper in the 90s.
Edit 2018.06.27 at 16:23 – I think this is Holborn? Had to transfer there yesterday to get back from a Musarc rehearsal near Holloway Road and it feels very similar.
- Remote Only manifesto
- CSS-Tricks Screencast #160: The All-Powerful Front-End Developer
- Dotori, a Japanese+Korean restaurant in London
- Enoki Panel
- How I publish taravancil.com on the peer-to-peer Web
- Webtask – high hopes for this, but running in to issues w/ connecting to Airtable; TBC
- IPFS – not sure how I feel about IPFS, but worth being aware of it
- Txt file of all IETF RFCs – see 1630 specifically (!)
- NYC Mesh
- devMode.fm on support/maintenance retainers
- P2P Superchannel on Are.na
Going to write up more about serverless and P2P, and how they kind of intersect, once I’ve digested some of this.
Early last year, Sarah Kate Wilson approached Musarc with a concept for a performance involving coloured mirrors. Around the same time, Toby O’Connor and I were mulling over ways of working with Beata Viscera, a conductus by medieval composer Pérotin. These experiments merged to become Rainbows. In April 2017, Musarc opened and closed the third Do Disturb festival at Palais De Tokyo with Rainbows. Watch a video documenting Musarc’s various PDT performances on musarc.org. Rainbows was performed again as part of MK Gallery’s 2017 CityFest and at Rochester Square’s Open Day on 24 June 2017.
The composite photo above is Musarc rehearsing Rainbows at Central House just before the building was sold by London Met Uni.
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‘There are no beginners’ classes in life. What is required of you is always the hardest thing, right from the start.’
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Tuesday 27 September 2016, 7–7.30pm
Bold Tendencies, Car park floors 7-10, 95A Rye Ln, London SE15 4TG
Tickets £8 on door
An opera by Sarah Hardie. Music composed collaboratively with Jack Sheen, choreography by Eleesha Drennan. Performance by Sarah Hardie, Angela Hardie, and Musarc. I’ve really enjoyed working on this and am looking forward to the performance.
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I enjoyed working on a proposal with Mobile Studio recently for Constructing Communities. This evening at the RIBA building on Great Portland Street, Julie Cormie is giving a pecha kucha on ‘Flipping Bricks’, our proposal for an architectural intervention driven by real-time train data.