Monthly Archives: March 2011

I think I’ve focused too much on the research…..

The first basic thing I should think about it is – how to interest viewers to visit my place?

Microbreweries are everywhere so my microbrewery must have something special.

Over the weekend I was looking for some inspirations.

I looked more closely at the beer. I focused on the foam as I found it very interesting the shapes, bubbles form and even texture.

I started to play with it, to take some close photos, draw over it to even make bubbles by my self ( see post before).

I’ve come up with the idea of a “bubble garden” the place where you can come and enjoy a pint of herb beer, where you can relax and smell some herbs which are all around the place.

And that’s site plan/ zoning:

So once you enter my site you will be in a “beer making process room” where you can see how the beer is being made.

You will find all the machines needed for making beer, you can see what, where, why, you will also read more about the origins of the hops and grains, and about herbs that are used.

After that you can grab a pint and go to the bubble garden (wall structure inspired by the beer foam). Take a sit in a bubble and enjoy smell of herbs that surrounds you and great taste of freshly made beer 🙂

All will be closed in a glass cubic so people from outside can see what’s going on up there and maybe that will tempt them to come upstairs  🙂

Bubble garden – some of the bubbles will be made much bigger so people can sit there or even lie. On some of them I wanna place pots with herbs. The bubbles with herbs they will be illuminated with yellow LED light what will give nice feeling over the night (from outside and inside as well).


– Have you decided anything?? New ideas?? What’s your project about??

– Yes, I’m planing to do micro brewery on the top of my site.

– Such a disbeliever!! Of course it is!

First step – research about the materials I wanna use and about the “hanging” constructions.

and about the beer,whats the proses of making beer and …. the list is long 🙂


Mixed media:

“A term used to describe works composed of different media. The use of mixed media began around 1912 with the Cubist collages and constructions of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque and has become widespread as artists developed increasingly open attitudes to the media of art. Essentially art can be made of anything or any combination of things. ”



“Term used to describe mixed media art works which occupy an entire room or gallery space and into which usually the spectator can enter. Some installations, however, are designed simply to be walked around and contemplated, or are so fragile that they can only be viewed from a doorway, or one end of a room. Installation art emerged from the earlier form of the Environment. One of the originators of Environments was the American artist Allan Kaprow in works made from about 1957 on. In an undated interview published in 1965 Kaprow said of his first Environment: ‘I just simply filled the whole gallery up ¿ When you opened the door you found yourself in the midst of an entire Environment ¿ The materials were varied: sheets of plastic, crumpled up cellophane, tangles of Scotch tape, sections of slashed and daubed enamel and pieces of coloured cloth’. There were also lights hung within all this and ‘five tape machines spread around the space played electronic sounds which I had composed’. Miscellaneous materials (mixed media), light and sound have remained fundamental to installation art. From that time on the creation of installations became a major strand in modern art, increasingly from about 1990, and many artists have made them. In 1961 in New York, Claes Oldenburg created an early Environment, The Store, from which his Counter and Plates with Potato and Ham comes. One of the outstanding creators of installations using light is James Turrell.”


– Haw was your day today??

– very inspired 🙂

Another great session in college – Mixed media!



OK Go is a rock band originally from Chicago, Illinois, USA, now residing in Los Angeles, California, USA. . They are perhaps best known for their often elaborate and quirky music videos.


Richard Wilson is one of Britain’s most celebrated sculptors. He is known for his interventions in architectural space which draw heavily for their inspiration from the worlds of engineering and construction and are characterised by concerns with size and structural daring.

Wilson has exhibited widely nationally and internationally, and represented Britain in the Sydney, Yokohama, Sao Paulo and Venice Biennials. He was awarded the prestigious DAAD residency in Berlin 1992/3.

His commissioned contribution to Liverpool’s European Capital of Culture 2008, titled Turning the Place Over, comprised a vast ovoid section of a façade that rotates three dimensionally on a spindle. 20:50 was first created in 1987 and was shown as a permanent installation at the Saatchi Gallery. Wilson was appointed Visiting Research Professor at the University of East London in 2004 and lives and works in London.



United Visual Artists

Established in 2003, United Visual Artists are an art and design practice based in London. UVA produce work at the intersection of sculpture, architecture, live performance, moving image and digital installation.

UVA’s team members come from many disciplines including fine art, architecture, communication design, moving image, computer science and engineering.
The cross-pollination of diverse skills inspires new fields of exploration, which is core to
their ethos.

Pushing the boundaries of research, software and engineering with every project, UVA’s work aims above all to be meaningful and engaging.

UVA’s work has been exhibited at institutions including the V&A, the Royal Academy of Art, the South Bank Centre, the Wellcome Collection, Opera North Leeds, Durham Cathedral and The British Library. Their artworks have also toured internationally to cities including Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Yamaguchi, Taipei, Hong Kong, Melbourne and Barcelona. UVA also have large scale permanent art works in Toronto and Istanbul.



Chris Cunningham is an English music video film director and video artist. He was born in Reading, Berkshire in 1970 and grew up in Lakenheath, Suffolk.

Hs work in music video, commercial, and video art are well known and loved. Cunningham first made a name for himself in the early 90’s in the art departments of major motion pictures, designing robots and creatures for Clive Barker and David Fincher. His work on Judge Dredd propelled him, in 1995, to work with the late Stanley Kubrick on his then-unfinished project A.I. (which was picked up by Speilberg).


The Roundhouse in London on WED, 01/06/2011.
Doors open at 20:00, show starts at 21:00

Event Details

Cult film-maker Chris Cunningham presents a brand new audiovisual show, with support from 16bit and Factory Floor.





…is me – thats my real name, and I’m a freelance animator based near Brighton, UK.

I use adobe photoshop and after effects for most of my animations, and have worked on a wide variety of commercial projects, from tv advertising to channel idents to music videos.