Freddie James

IV hanging baskets
March 1, 2010, 10:34 am
Filed under: 1, Arts, Eco Design

Hanging gardens have become art in Houston’s Lawndale Art Center. Local artist/designer Ned Dodington transformed a stark white gallery interior into a verdant landscape with 30 hanging eco-pods of Fescue and Ryegrass. How are they watered you ask? Each pod is plugged into its own life supporting IV drip.


Mutiod waste
January 18, 2010, 11:01 am
Filed under: Arts

December 21, 2006
Part II of the South Of Watford documentary on the Mutoid Waste Co.

Mutoid documentary
January 18, 2010, 10:46 am
Filed under: Arts

December 21, 2006
First part of this ‘South Of Watford’ documentary presented by Hugh Laurie. This was a VHS given to me by one of the Mutoids in 2000.

Mutoid Waste Vs. Spiral Tribe
January 18, 2010, 10:34 am
Filed under: Arts

November 01, 2006
I found this VHS next to a rat’s nest on a farm in central France 10 years ago, covered in dirt and cigarette burns. The writing on the label is unintelligible, but basically it catalogues the journey of the Soviet MiGs that the Spirals & Mutoids transported across Europe.
The ‘Lost Tribe of MiG’ introduce this mash-up of Spiral Tribe & Mutoid Waste footage to the tune ‘Forward The Revolution’….

One foot in the Grove!
January 11, 2010, 9:59 am
Filed under: Arts

a selection of video’s from the One foot in the Grove exhibition which i attended and recomend all other to any following enhibitions by the artists included. Stills photo’s taken there will be uploaded shortly.

Featuring some artists present in and at the grove and some others!

Sample of an interactive wall on a building in Singapore
September 21, 2009, 8:56 am
Filed under: Arts

This is a part of a wall from a building in Singapore. It was part of an exposition at NAI architecture museum in Rotterdam during the summer of 2007.

Daniel Rozin’s wooden mirrors.
September 21, 2009, 8:44 am
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Daniel Rozin’s wooden mirror and how it works. Taken from the OU course ‘Computers and processors’ (T224) interesting idea, first thought is what it would look like against the whole side of a building.