1. AA Paradise Lost Research Cluster

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    During the twentieth-century the United States was the world’s most influential economic, scientific, and cultural force. Now — in the first decades of this century — that influence is indisputably waning, with the United States approaching a kind of unplanned obsolescence. This research cluster examines the architectural implications of this passing loss through a study of contemporary America. One in which architecture exists as a form of by-product, or residue. We are beginning to sift through these varied residues in the hope of determining the words and images that truly speak of these paradises lost.

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    • A Day at the Salton Sea

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      Spent a day at the Salton Sea - really cool place. "Lullaby" by Ghost http://ccmixter.org/files/_ghost/3631

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      • Adhish Yajnik Cinematography Reel 2012

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        Samples of my cinematography. Includes selections from: UPON RELEASE (2011) THE SALTON SEA (2012) PICTURE OF YOU (2012) WHERE THERE WERE GIANTS, HE SAW WINDMILLS (2010)

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        • A Discovery Disowned

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          Filmed on location @ the Salton Sea in Southern California. Shot with a Canon 5D Mark II and edited in Final Cut Pro 7 and ProTools 8.5. Official Selection of: - OK Film Festival, 2012 The theory of Mathematics and Choreography by Summer Jones: As a dancer, I wanted to validate, mathematically, the notion that motion generates form: that dynamic was no mere bow to the shape of matter. I discovered when light crosses light, acceleration happens orthogonal to the plane defined by light, (amplified by the shortest distance connecting all mass in a system). I question the assumption light is dual. I suspect: small angles between light waves make small acceleration (experienced as photons) which decay "quickly" not having much power to attract or bend nearby light. Pulled along, they look like electricity. I suspect big angles make for big acceleration: if acceleration is sufficient to bend nearby light into orbit, it will. Light in orbit generates rhythm, is indicative of a black hole and looks like an electron. I find matter, not perception, (directed attention), the dependent variable in Einstein’s reason. MATH POEM To reverse who I am would be to arrive not at my beginning but at my end What I experience from before to after As from after to before would render me not only at my end but also at my beginning This is the story of how I came to be. Acceleration by distance leads from and to where light collides. It is where time begins and ends and when timeless moves without bound among bounds. Ad=c crossed with c. Energy equals mass times the speed of light squared. This is the story not unlike my own. It is the story of how I appear Said by others, those systems of measure perceiving in two directions, towards the present and out from it. Forever mistaking outward gaze for in. Seeing matter in one direction while theirs maps in the other. Affirming their matter inconsequential while assigning mass to matter that can but scatter...should they gaze. As how, when, where light moves determines the same for how I appear. Two by two, ten by twelve, light by light by what matters. This is energetic. Bounded by timely manner in this version or another by that which converts. This is how I happen. On the other hand, Light crossed with light generates acceleration amplified by the distance between what matters [here and now]. This is how two becomes 3, and then 4. This is how I am. all intellectual property ©2012 by Summer Jones For inquires please go to: www.adrienehughes.com www.theperfectnumber.org

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          • Aerial California - Anza Borrego Desert and Salton Sea

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            Video footage of the Anza Borrego Desert and Salton Sea in Southern California. The song is (Ghost) Riders in the Sky by Johnny Cash from the album Silver.

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            • All Is Well...

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              A young man scours the wastelands trying to survive. Specs: -Canon t2i -28mm f1.8 -50mm f1.8 -ND 0.9 Filter + Circular Polarizer -24fps -Shutter speed 1/50 -ISO 100 -User Defined "Nostalgia" Setting -Location: Salton Sea Beach, CA Music: '9-15-00 (Part 1)' Godspeed You Black Emperor Credits: Eric Meeks - Director Drew Mitchell - Producer KJ Downes - Editor

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              • All Wrong And The Plans Change "I Get Down"

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                All Wrong & The Plans Change "I Get Down" allwrongandtheplanschange.com Director: Sylvia Sether (sylviasether.com) DOP: Van Nessa Manlunas Producer: Elena Woodhead (Hit full screen)

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                • Alma Ha'rel: 2011 Tribeca Short Ends

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                  Tribeca Film Festival award winner Alma Ha'rel (BOMBAY BEACH) tells a skeptical Eric Hynes about the joys of owning a small dog during a stroll in Central Park.

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                  • American Express & Tribeca Film Present: PHILIP ODEGARD

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                    http://philipodegard.com Entrepreneur, Film Maker, 'Rocket Scientist' and Photographer Philip Odegard gives an inside look on his career. With the support of American Express, Tribeca Film was founded two years ago in an effort to bring the best independent films to more audiences and to individuals in new ways. Watch The Tribeca Story to learn more about the Festival that helped shape Tribeca Film and what's in store for the distributor's future.

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                    • American pole champion flying laura, best pole dance video, Salton Sea

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                      american pole fitness champion "flying laura" pole dance film. come visit me! www.flyinglaura.com filmed and edited by Jai Zeta. www.jaizeta.com Song "my tears are becoming a sea" by M83.

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