The Eighth Approximation

For a summary of the project as a whole, find the newspaper here. To purchase a physical copy of the offset printed newspaper ($55) just send me a note in the contact form below.

The Eighth Approximation

For a summary of the project as a whole, find the newspaper here. To purchase a physical copy of the offset printed newspaper ($55) just send me a note in the contact form below.

Out Of Balance Competition Entry

“Much of the household refuse acts like rock fragments do in natural soil.”   USDA Soil Survey of Gateway National Recreation Area, 2001. “The visual image becomes archaeological, stratigraphic, techtonic.  Not that we are taken back to prehistory (there is an

Out Of Balance Competition Entry

“Much of the household refuse acts like rock fragments do in natural soil.”   USDA Soil Survey of Gateway National Recreation Area, 2001. “The visual image becomes archaeological, stratigraphic, techtonic.  Not that we are taken back to prehistory (there is an

Film | Power of Ten: eighth approximation

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Film | Power of Ten: eighth approximation

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There is a hole in the map. Where is the city on the soil survey?

Holes in the Map: Fulcrum Issue #53 Gilbert Simondon reminds us that for every chair that we sit on or every building that we build, there is a hollow left in the earth exactly proportional to the materials that were

There is a hole in the map. Where is the city on the soil survey?

Holes in the Map: Fulcrum Issue #53 Gilbert Simondon reminds us that for every chair that we sit on or every building that we build, there is a hollow left in the earth exactly proportional to the materials that were

Of a persistent external morphology there is no sign

“Of a persistent external morphology there is no sign.  There is nothing but a continual change of form as the amoeba carries on its normal activities, and it is quite possible that many individuals never take on exactly the same

Of a persistent external morphology there is no sign

“Of a persistent external morphology there is no sign.  There is nothing but a continual change of form as the amoeba carries on its normal activities, and it is quite possible that many individuals never take on exactly the same

soil color

koichi kurita soil library: From the Munsell System:

soil color

koichi kurita soil library: From the Munsell System: