The Lunch Bag Principles
= an exploration of the geometric theories Anne Tyng worked on while living in California
(more & resources)
. Pumping systems
. Castor & Pollux update: 30 V 2014
. Pumping duals update: 20 IV 2014
. Non-duals update: 11 XII 2013
. Pascal triangle in 3 dimensions
. super-Pythagorean theorem
. Two volume cube and relative volumes update: 23 VI 2014
. Posters update: 13 IX 2014
Inanimate toward animate architecture
. A graphic approach update: 14 IX 2014 LATEST
. Castor & Pollux compounds update: 15 VI 2014
. Dual and non-dual compounds update: 06 IX 2014
. Tumble Town (click here for the original size) update: 19 IV 2014
. A day is also a space update: 13 II 2014
. Extracts from texts and interviews: Pieces to remember update: 15 VIII 2014
. Anne Tyng's take on sheet-formed wireframes update: 26 I 2014
. Anne talks
. Video wall update: 27 IV 2012
"I think you're hitting the nail on the head there: it was what you might call Raw Geometry" (AT)
. Waverly St. update: 03 VI 2012
. Maryland update: 21 II 2014
Text in Dutch:
. Greenbrae, CA update: 21 II 2014
. im agt update: 15 VIII 2014
... fiddle... anytime you don't have work to do, at least do that... fiddle around.
- Anne Tyng
Andreas Weininger, who used to play trumpet in the Bauhaus band, showed up at the Guggenheim to talk. He was 85 years old and it was a Saturday night.
He came out and said: "Hi, I'm from the nineteenth century".
And we go: "Whoa".
And he said: "You know, we had Saturdays in the nineteenth century too, and what we did was...". <
And he proceeded to describe these insane long-ago evenings. It really seemed so alive and exciting. So wonderful. It was a kind of real continuity, and you really felt that, yes,
there have been artists, and there is a long line, and we can learn from each other, and we can go forward, and try to be as generous as possible to each other.
- Lauri Anderson about continuity
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