"residency for nature lovers" (copied & pasted from artistcommunities.org newsletter -- FYI!)
* RESIDENCY FOR NATURE LOVERS: Oak Spring Garden Foundation (https://artistcommunities.org/residencies/oak-spring-garden-foundation) (Upperville, VA, USA) invites artists, scientists, and humanities scholars with an interest in plants, landscapes and gardens, or the natural world to participate in their 2-5 week residency program. The residency provides access to 700 acres of landscape, a Biocultural Conservation Farm, garden, and library including art, rare books, and other works on plants, gardens, and landscapes. Apply by July 15. (https://artistcommunities.org/residencies/oak-spring-garden-foundation)
ah no problem thankfully. my landlord just decided not to bother us about it (lol) but they just shut the water off to install a new bathtub in one of the other units... the water going out at the grocery store at the same time was just a fluke. (and I just called -- it's working again there already)
really makes me appreciate the efforts of the water protectors. water is life.
Woah, I just went to the coop to refill my water jugs and their dispenser wasn't working. Weird, but didn't think much of it... until I got home and my kitchen sink, bathroom sink and shower all don't work! I live a block from the grocery store and there is a huge setup underway at the nearby park for some summer festival... they might have borked the water supply?
I'll call my landlord in a bit. Nothing in the news so far... strange!
A lovely excursion
This is me appreciating attention to detail in pyo, unfortunately I'm too invested in my own bullshit to use it regularly, but every time I look at the source I think: yes.
Pyo just keeps getting nicer & nicer.
I never much cared for museums - they feel like tombs. Where art goes to die.
The scene in Bande à part where the characters race through the Louvre to see if they can beat the previous record is nice.
The characters are all so alive (and involved in crazy things) what a great way to use a museum.
spent the past few days trying to get this reverb working - it turned out I was misinterpreting the allpass filter - now that I got it, its sounding pretty lush:
(this is by keith barr, aka the founder of alesis, aka the designer of the quadraverb, aka the sound of 90s warp records)
Here's a quick prototype trial for an obi strip type thing I might use to hold a booklet on a forthcoming double tape release.
The cases I bought were cheap and they're decent, but there's no sleeve or latch inside so putting a booklet in there means when you open it everything likes to tumble out.
This seems a little nicer to handle.
This is the longest running generative thing I've ever done. More than two years of ongoing processing: https://phonography.radio.af/
(A cronjob processes a corpus of field recordings contributed by Samarobryn, Swhic, Michael Upton, Kim Rueger, Joe McMahon, myself and Anura forever and ever.)
I just tuned in for the first time in months and had to listen for quite a while before I could make sense of what was happening.
That is very welcome. I love being surprised by the software.
ligatures & linux
Ah ha! gucharmap to the rescue. There you are, ligatures.
ligatures & linux
I suspect I'm still missing some context. The examples I've seen have more ligatures than I can see looking through every page of the xfd display...
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