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Thursday, 19 September 2013

Tonga - Hot beer





How can we imagine about hot beer?
When I went to Tibetian restaurant in Napal,
I had a great experience to drink hot beer.

Hot beer was served with a bamboo cup with metal straw.
There are dark grains inside.
Waiter pour the hot water in the cup.
Gradually water color  turn to  white.

Taste is a bit sour and sweet.
Nice taste!



Wednesday, 18 September 2013

ANDREAS GURSKY





ANDREAS GURUSKY German artrist whose exhibition hold in Japan.
The exhibition had Organized by The National Art center, Tokyo
http://www.nact.jp/index.html


The up subject of this work is the Super-Kamiokande neutrino detector
located 1,000 meters beneath Mt. Kamioka in Hida, Japan.


The first time I saw GRUSKY photograph I felt like my heart are heating,
some new imagination are growing in my mind.







Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Computational Origami



Origami is japanese art folding a paper into various forms.
When I was a child mother always taught me how to fold a bird,
a flower, a box, a fish and so on.
I like origami especially I fold them in the winter time when nothing to do outside.
Since I become younger I lent origami books and learnt from them.

For 6 years ago when I lived in IISC Bangalore India,
There was a seminar of Dr. Havard uni. about origami science.
He gave a lecture of MIURA folding.
It was interested and knew origami is not only for japanese culture anymore.

I remembered that day when I found computational Origami exhibition
at Tokyo university last week.
Computational origami is the geometry and algorithm
plays an important role in many fields such as art,
mathematics, computer science,
engineering, architecture, design and so on.
There are various amazing figures.


By the way above the paper if you fold,
you can find an rabbit below.


















Computatinal Origami exhibition at Tokyo university
http://museum.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/exihibition.html