“Tension is the great integrity.”
– Buckminster Fuller
Rave synths break through ethereal strings, bending them into a contorted form that betrays their delicacy. The resulting contrast teems with honesty. Beautiful, slow, peaceful, then hard-hitting, distorted, upbeat. A reflection of life, really. Moving from mood to mood, pulled between emotions. “The great difficulty is that ‘our moods do not believe in each other,’” Maggie Nelson writes, reflecting on the words of Emerson: “‘Life is a train of moods like a string of beads, and as we pass through them they prove to be many-colored lenses which paint the world their own hue, and each shows only which lies in its focus.
The Great Bear Rainforest is "one of the largest old growth temperate rainforests on the planet." The region is also home to around 18,000 to 20,000 First Nations peoples, whose spirituality and identities are linked to the rainfore...
Bucky Fuller would be proud of NASA's new experimental robot design. It's based on the structural principle that Fuller called tensegrity (tensional integrity) where the structure comes from compressed rods and flexible connections.
Wired has instructions for making a simple broom/twine/blanket fort based on Buckminster Fuller's concept of tensegrity, "tensional integrity." Buckminster Fuller hand-painted designer toy - Boing Boing Biggest (in 1971) Buckminste...
Insanely great track from Toxe and Mechatok, “Still Life” is like the marriage between rave and futuristic club music. Out now via Staycore.