Since everyone has some kind of documentation ready immediately, I ask you to post some text + images abt your project on the new page on the blog here:
Please log in and access this page and update your work:
Please do this right now, because the link needs to be sent out ASAP.
The Blank Noise Page is under ‘Course Work’.
The blog has been updated.
All our stuff as been made copies of on separate pages on the Blank Noise according to assignment.
Everyone has uploaded different things on the blog.
Please check each of the pages under the main page called ‘BLANK NOISE WITH JASMEEN PATHEJA’ and make sure each assignment has your stuff up by tomorrow.
It has been seen that people are posting their personal stuff on the main page. Due to the format of the blog, the post’s author isn’t displayed and no one knows who has written what.
To make this easier, I have made individual pages for all of you ( you can find them on your page) titled ‘ *Your Name*’s Reflections.
I’m sorry that I had to relocate people’s stuff without their permission to make the blog more navigable, but I ensure that no content is deleted.You can find everything on your individual member pages and sub -pages.
Please post workshop-specific reflections there. Lets keep the homepage for common stuff like upcoming events or some sort of group news.
Blowup wants to take photography to where it belongs – to the streets of our cities. Most of us have been shooting street at one time or another now it is time to take our photography – shove our hands in some adhesive “wheatpaste” glue – and plaster away. Take back what is ours.
Church Street, Bangalore. Koshy’s to Brigade Road, from Temptation to Blossoms – on walls and on postboxes. In coffee shops and paan shops.
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As we build India’s cities to take their rightful place in the global network of world cities, must we envisage them to be just like Singapore or LA, or will they require the invention of a new, indigenous paradigm to ensure success?
Architect and historian, Dr. Vikramaditya Prakash will discuss the issues confronting Chandigarh today as its administration tries to ‘upgrade’ it to make it a player in the global economy. Focusing on issues of conservation, sustainability, and the ethics of practice, Dr. Prakash will present the recent work of the University of Washington’s ‘Chandigarh Urban Lab’ project in terms of the larger question of the future of India’s cities.
Your personal pages have been created. Please express everything you want to.
This blog has been created for the purpose of active interaction between our class.
Hence, it is essential that we update it daily about what we do in class and outside.
Please upload all kinds of documentation of the heritage walk around Majestic, K.R.Market work and the like as soon as possible.
Treat it as a daily logboook to be kept up to date and this implies that this blog is going to be graded.
Any queries regarding the how-tos of uploading, please ask me. ( Neha)