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just wanted to make a home for cool diagrams, analytical drawings, graphic indexices, and information maps - and one of the favorite topics of BLDGBLOG, Pruned, visualcomplexity (the best resource on the web) & others. So let us discuss Tufte, Colin Rowe, Doug Graf, Rem, Tschumi, and Stan...

I-Ching Hexagrams. | Photo: Courtesy of Wikipedia Commons.

In honor of the centenary of John Cage's birth, the Pomona College Museum of Art presents the traveling exhibition "John Cage: Zen Ox-Herding Pictures".

Relative silence is the best answer to protest against stupid annoying noise.  (4'33" score by John Cage, 1952)

les cloches d'atlantis; Auteur : philippe langlois; Ce site vise a documenter un champ de recherche tout � la fois historique, esthetique et analytique en lien avec l'utilisation du son dans les arts technologiques : le cinema, la radio, l'art sonore, la musique, la lutherie et les nouvelles technologies du son et des musiques electroacoustiques.

Experimental music notation. Some people say it's Will Redman, others say it's John Cage. Any proof either way?

As somebody with one foot in the visual art world and the other in sound world, I have always been interested in the experimental music notation strategies. Aside from the fact that these are often beautiful artifacts, I…

John Cage opening score for 4'33''

John Cage opening score for 4'33''

In 1959, John Cage produced the composition Fontana Mix. This piece of music was a score produced by chance encounter of unlikely sounds…

In 1959, John Cage produced the composition Fontana Mix. This piece of music was a score produced by chance encounter of unlikely sounds. Along with the music itself, Cage produced his score using 10…

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These wonderful "rules" for art students are often attributed to John Cage.  Actually written by Sister Corita Kent.

“These wonderful "rules" for art students are often attributed to John Cage. Actually written by Sister Corita Kent.”

John Cage. Page 18, Solo for Piano, from Concert for Piano and Orchestra. (1958) | MoMA

John Cage. Page 18, Solo for Piano, from Concert for Piano and Orchestra. 1958. Ink and pencil on transparentized paper. 10 7/8 x 17 1/8" (27.6 x 43.3 cm). Gift of Lily Auchincloss. 42.1972. © 2022 John Cage Trust. Drawings and Prints

John Cage | “Mushroom Book, Plate X” (1972), lithograph, 22 1/2 x 15 inches each, Edition 51/75 | http://johncage.org

John Cage, legendary composer of experimental sounds and silence, was absolutely fascinated with mushrooms. This little-known legacy consists of his revival of the New York Mycological Society in the 1960s and his extensive fungi collection, now at the University of California, Santa Cruz. A new exhibition opened this week at the Horticultural Society of New York celebrates this overlooked side of his life.