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The Resource Air, edited by John Knechtel

Air, edited by John Knechtel

Label
Air
Title
Air
Statement of responsibility
edited by John Knechtel
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
UKM
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Knechtel, John
Series statement
Alphabet city,
Series volume
no. 15
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  • Art
  • Air
Label
Air, edited by John Knechtel
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"An Alphabet City Media book."
Contents
The Laws of the Air -- John Knechtel founded Alphabet City in 1991 -- Fowl Air -- A tale of birds and betrayal quietly stews in a suburban garage -- Mei Chin is a writer living in New York City -- Hurricane Bill -- When Hurricane Bill did not live up to his "billing," Nova Scotians were relieved, but a sense of having been cheated lingered on the post-hurricane breeze -- Anita Lahey is a writer in Montreal who sneaks off to Cape Breton Island each summer -- Catching Air -- The author inhales the invisible and visible currents running through the air: from Marilyn Monroe on a subway grate to the inconsequence of Twitter -- Lisa Rochon blows hot and cold air as The Globe and Mail's architecture critic -- Puffs of Air: Communicating By Vacuum -- Pneumatic, tubes afforded a means of communication that retained the breath, or spirit, of the sender -- Shannon Mattern teaches media studies at The New School in New York -- Hvacuus -- Floating in a vaporous mass, microscopic particles of art works are breathed out of the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Musee d'art contemporain on daily basis -- David K. Ross is a visual artist based in Montreal -- Danger in the Air: Aerosol Architecture and its Invisible Landscapes -- Architectural proposals for the age of particulate matter -- Javier Arbona is an architecture critic -- Urban Cloud -- A new sidewalk shed liberates one of the most important and dynamic forms of public space -- Kevin Erickson is a professor of architecture at the University of Illinois and principal of KNEstudio -- Environmental Disease -- A young family struggles with a mysterious illness -- Kevin Finlayson runs a creative web consultancy in Montreal -- Drawings of Dust: Interview with Cynthia Lin -- Silverpoint drawings re-see the barely visible by scrutinizing the deliberately ignored and by intertwining fact and fiction -- Cynthia Lin makes drawings of dust. skin, and scars in New York City / Melissa Grey -- Piero's Daydream -- In this is short fiction, Italian artist (and mathematician) of the Early Renaissance Piero della Francesca is lost in reverie. and dreams he is the accountant of dust -- Robert Kirkbride is director of studio ̀patafisico and associate professor of product design at Parsons the New School for Design, NYC -- Home-Killing Airs and countervailing Winds -- In an era of extinction how might we reimagine the earthliness of the air, the airiness of the earth? -- James Hatley is the author of Suffering Witness: The Quandary of Responsibility after the Irreparable -- Parts Per Million -- Breathe in, Breathe out, Repeat (if possible). The world according to my tender, terrified lungs -- Megan Griffith-Greene writes, edits, and sometimes wheezes in Toronto -- Whisper Music -- All voice is animated air. But only one, easily overlooked, element of the voice---the letter h-whispers of the pure force of the air of which it is made -- Steven Connor is Professor of Modern Literature and Theory at Birkbeck College, London -- Living City: A Public air Quality Interface and a Platform for Buildings to Talk to One Another -- This project explores public space and the environment by developing functioning prototypes for the interactive building envelopes of the future -- The Living (David Benjamin and Soo-in Yang) is an architecture practice in New York -- Milan -- Prospero, retired to the wings of his dukedom, contemplates air, and airs -- Amanda Jernigan is a poet, playwright, essayist, and editor -- Al Fresco: When Air Became Fresh -- This history of notions of atmospheric qualities illustrates how we shape and are shaped by our environment -- Rebecca Williamson teaches architecture at the University of Cincinnatl -- Greenhouse Effects -- Henry Newell goes home to Trinidad -- Diana Fitzgerald Bryden is a Toronto novelist -- (Comfortbubble) -- Bubble air architecture uses air curtains to create a comfortable atmospheric island on a human scale -- Aerodesigner Michele Boni teaches architecture at Ecole Speciale d'Architecture Paris -- Earth's Thin Blue Line -- Earth's atmosphere made life possible. Humans are changing this atmosphere at a rate faster nature can adapt to. What does this mean for life on earth? -- Bhawani Venkataraman is an associate professor of chemistry at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts -- Museo Aero Solar -- Museo aero solar is a solar energy flying museum. It has traveled to the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Colombia, the USA and beyond -- The Bucket Rider -- A freezing man searches for fuel, his coal bucket so light he can ride it
Control code
ocn609541952
Dimensions
17 cm
Extent
256 p.
Isbn
9780262014663
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)609541952
Label
Air, edited by John Knechtel
Publication
Note
"An Alphabet City Media book."
Contents
The Laws of the Air -- John Knechtel founded Alphabet City in 1991 -- Fowl Air -- A tale of birds and betrayal quietly stews in a suburban garage -- Mei Chin is a writer living in New York City -- Hurricane Bill -- When Hurricane Bill did not live up to his "billing," Nova Scotians were relieved, but a sense of having been cheated lingered on the post-hurricane breeze -- Anita Lahey is a writer in Montreal who sneaks off to Cape Breton Island each summer -- Catching Air -- The author inhales the invisible and visible currents running through the air: from Marilyn Monroe on a subway grate to the inconsequence of Twitter -- Lisa Rochon blows hot and cold air as The Globe and Mail's architecture critic -- Puffs of Air: Communicating By Vacuum -- Pneumatic, tubes afforded a means of communication that retained the breath, or spirit, of the sender -- Shannon Mattern teaches media studies at The New School in New York -- Hvacuus -- Floating in a vaporous mass, microscopic particles of art works are breathed out of the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Musee d'art contemporain on daily basis -- David K. Ross is a visual artist based in Montreal -- Danger in the Air: Aerosol Architecture and its Invisible Landscapes -- Architectural proposals for the age of particulate matter -- Javier Arbona is an architecture critic -- Urban Cloud -- A new sidewalk shed liberates one of the most important and dynamic forms of public space -- Kevin Erickson is a professor of architecture at the University of Illinois and principal of KNEstudio -- Environmental Disease -- A young family struggles with a mysterious illness -- Kevin Finlayson runs a creative web consultancy in Montreal -- Drawings of Dust: Interview with Cynthia Lin -- Silverpoint drawings re-see the barely visible by scrutinizing the deliberately ignored and by intertwining fact and fiction -- Cynthia Lin makes drawings of dust. skin, and scars in New York City / Melissa Grey -- Piero's Daydream -- In this is short fiction, Italian artist (and mathematician) of the Early Renaissance Piero della Francesca is lost in reverie. and dreams he is the accountant of dust -- Robert Kirkbride is director of studio ̀patafisico and associate professor of product design at Parsons the New School for Design, NYC -- Home-Killing Airs and countervailing Winds -- In an era of extinction how might we reimagine the earthliness of the air, the airiness of the earth? -- James Hatley is the author of Suffering Witness: The Quandary of Responsibility after the Irreparable -- Parts Per Million -- Breathe in, Breathe out, Repeat (if possible). The world according to my tender, terrified lungs -- Megan Griffith-Greene writes, edits, and sometimes wheezes in Toronto -- Whisper Music -- All voice is animated air. But only one, easily overlooked, element of the voice---the letter h-whispers of the pure force of the air of which it is made -- Steven Connor is Professor of Modern Literature and Theory at Birkbeck College, London -- Living City: A Public air Quality Interface and a Platform for Buildings to Talk to One Another -- This project explores public space and the environment by developing functioning prototypes for the interactive building envelopes of the future -- The Living (David Benjamin and Soo-in Yang) is an architecture practice in New York -- Milan -- Prospero, retired to the wings of his dukedom, contemplates air, and airs -- Amanda Jernigan is a poet, playwright, essayist, and editor -- Al Fresco: When Air Became Fresh -- This history of notions of atmospheric qualities illustrates how we shape and are shaped by our environment -- Rebecca Williamson teaches architecture at the University of Cincinnatl -- Greenhouse Effects -- Henry Newell goes home to Trinidad -- Diana Fitzgerald Bryden is a Toronto novelist -- (Comfortbubble) -- Bubble air architecture uses air curtains to create a comfortable atmospheric island on a human scale -- Aerodesigner Michele Boni teaches architecture at Ecole Speciale d'Architecture Paris -- Earth's Thin Blue Line -- Earth's atmosphere made life possible. Humans are changing this atmosphere at a rate faster nature can adapt to. What does this mean for life on earth? -- Bhawani Venkataraman is an associate professor of chemistry at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts -- Museo Aero Solar -- Museo aero solar is a solar energy flying museum. It has traveled to the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Colombia, the USA and beyond -- The Bucket Rider -- A freezing man searches for fuel, his coal bucket so light he can ride it
Control code
ocn609541952
Dimensions
17 cm
Extent
256 p.
Isbn
9780262014663
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)609541952

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