To Save Phyllis Kim

Phyllis Kim is very loyal to her own blog. I shall pass on a video she passed on to me.

The video is a throwback to the days of the WATER project. Especially to Noelle, Jessica and Wei-Li’s project. (This project can be viewed in a post from Don Johnson named Blue Studio: Assignment 2a (updated).

Woven Tubinghttp://www.vimeo.com/3599345

The project uses a weaving loom to interlock the different paths of the tubing, and has an escape route such that the food coloring can evolve into new colors. It is recommended to watch the video until its completion. The documentation paired with the soundtrack, in my opinion, is very hypnotizing.


6 Responses to “To Save Phyllis Kim”

  1. 1 Kai
    2009/05/18 at 9:15 am

    The links that you give both go to Blue studio. Can you fix, or give us the link to the video?

  2. 2009/05/18 at 10:32 am

    The link should work now.

  3. 3 Liza
    2009/05/18 at 7:09 pm

    Thanks Talia.

  4. 2009/05/18 at 9:06 pm

    So, is the jar a normal jar-size? I know the guy writes that it’s a small prototype, but I get the feeling that this thing is pocket-sized. I’m not sure if that makes it more or less impressive. I wonder how big the final is…

    No problem, Liza.

  5. 5 Liza
    2009/05/18 at 11:12 pm

    your guess is as good as mine.

  6. 6 cmuarch2013student
    2009/05/18 at 11:40 pm

    that loom was described as being an unstylish skirt, although i’ve never seen them be much bigger than a circle made by our two hands. also, the final product sounds like it will be some sort of clothing, because that’s his ultimate intent.



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