A few weeks have gone by since I last sat down to con¬≠tem¬≠plate and put to the web what has been slip¬≠ping by too quickly. Before spring break Marcela Godoy and Aiwen Wang-Huddleston helped me by mak¬≠ing cus¬≠tom made wind tur¬≠bines that they made with paper and dust mask. Cur¬≠rently I am look¬≠ing at scal¬≠ing the design up and build¬≠ing one of my own that takes into account the types that they devel¬≠oped while try¬≠ing to keep in theme with the design intent/vision. Unfor¬≠tu¬≠nately I had to wipe my com¬≠puter clean and lost the images I had taken of the forms they had gen¬≠er¬≠ated. Here are few things that deal with wind that are inspirational.
Art Park in the west end of Melbourne
Dou¬≠ble O from the MoMa exhibit called: On¬†Line