1. Suspended Pianos Light Up The Night | Caruso's Dream

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    from The Creators Project / Added

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    A canopy of glass pianos suspended off the side of a 17-story San Francisco apartment complex comprises Brian Goggin and Dorka Keehn's latest sculptural installation, "And My Room Still Rocks Like a Boat on the Sea (Caruso's Dream)". At night, orchestrated lights emanate from the structure synchronized to the original opera recordings of Enrico Caruso. Read more: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/exclusive-video-new-installation-suspends-glowing-pianos-over-san-francisco-sidewalk ___ SUBSCRIBE to The Creators Project Newsletter: http://bit.ly/HhxuUN ___ The Creators Project is a partnership between Intel and VICE: http://thecreatorsproject.com/ ___ Check out our full video catalog: http://vimeo.com/TheCreatorsProject Facebook: http://fb.com/thecreatorsproject Twitter: http://twitter.com/creatorsproject Tumblr: http://thecreatorsproject.tumblr.com/

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    • ICE Pitch Web - Broadband

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      from Meghan Pope / Added

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      By means of its own design, much of humanity has conditioned itself to have a severely short attention span and a near-sighted view of goals, dreams, and the human relationship to Planet Earth. We now see that natural resources are limited, and that the rate and methods with which we have consumed them has led to planetary changes potentially harmful to all ecosystems. One of the most dramatic examples of this planetary change is the melting of Earths ice sheets. The only antidote to this worsening condition is a conscious effort to inspire mindfulness, accountability, and long-term thinking. The Long Now Foundation calls for a mechanism or myth which encourages the long view and the taking of long-term responsibility where long-term is measured in at least centuries. ICE proposes both a mechanism and appropriate mythology. ICE contains the potential to raise awareness to the issue of world wide glacial melt as well as exemplify the mindset of change necessary to build a sustainable future. The goal of ICE is to venture onto the Greenland ice sheet, dig into the glacier, extract an enormous, strikingly beautiful, monolith of basal ice, and preserve and present it in a sculptural reliquary for rare public viewing. Basal-ice, from deep within a glacier, never seen by most humans, is tens of thousands of years old, and through compaction in the aging process has acquired a distinctive blue color and dramatic layering. The aim will be to preserve the ice block over centuries, 163 years if possible, inspiring a long-term, collective responsibility toward this precious resource. The ice will be exhibited in various venues including museums, and will have a home base in the restaurant/cafe/ Expedition Soclety clubhouse: Preserve24. Preserve24, located in the heart or New York City's lower east side, opened in June 2013. The team will take extreme measures to leave a minimal carbon footprint such as uaing hand tools specially designed for the acquisition of the ice block, expedition sailing ships to transport the team, the equipment and the ice block. A documentary team will follow the expedition. The resulting documentary will be an additional art piece and educational tool. The ice monolith will be housed in a reliquary comprised of two pieces, the containment capsule and the compressor. When these are joined they will function as a freezer to preserve the ice and a display case. The reliquary will be an art piece in its own right. The capsule may come along on the journey to extract the ice, and contain the ice for its trip back to New York. In this ease, the reliquary will acquire scrapes, dings and dents of its own, marks from the journey, a tangible story contributing to its beauty.

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      • "Language of the Birds" by Brian Goggin with Dorka Keehn

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        Inspirational flying book public sculpture by Brian Goggin with Dorka Keehn. Located in San Francisco on the NW corner of Broadway where Grant and Columbus Streets intersect.

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        • Misako Inaoka

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          from Stefania Rousselle / Added

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          On June 13th, Mission Loc@l announced — even before the winners knew!— the three finalists chosen to present a proposal for the public art project to go along with the Valencia Street improvements. Residents will meet the arists on July 23rd at 9 a.m. for a conversation with the community. Later, the three will offer their proposals, which will be on view, and sometime this fall the winner will be chosen. First, watch the video of Misako Inaoka who was chosen for her “sense of space.”

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          • Culture Wire: Art of a City and Language of the Birds

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            from San Francisco Arts Commission / Added

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            On this episode of Culture Wire, we see the history of the San Francisco Arts Festival displayed in a new exhibit entitled "The Art of a City." Luis Cancel, Director of Cultural Affairs, interviews artist Brian Goggin on location in North Beach. Brian explains the creation of his installation "The Language of the Birds." To learn more about SFAC: sfartscommission.org This video was produced by SFGTV: sfgov.org/sfgtv

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            • Brian Goggin explains...

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              from john hell / Added

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              ...why it used to be better. And how it could be better still.

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