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Works in tech. Feeds on movies. Dreams in neon. Lives for adventures.
There’s a biiiig feature from me in this month’s @t3dotcom magazine about how to upgrade every room in your home to make it smarter than ever 🏡🤓 #SmartHome
I’m still all starry-eyed after watching @colchrishadfield perform Space Oddity to 5,000 science nerds last night 👨🏻🚀 🚀 💫 #SpaceShambles
Feeling right at home with Lee Bul’s squiggly wall art at the Hayward Gallery. 📸 by @bunchofsteve
Lido lunchtimes are my favourite kind of lunchtimes. ❤️💙 (The idea for this photo came from @laurenbravo who I didn’t intend on copying so obviously, but I got to the edge of the water, saw the NO PHONES OR PHOTOS sign and panicked.)
My new motto is ‘live like you’re in a Wes Anderson movie’. It’s going pretty well so far 💛💙
Bedtime reading 📖 On a mission to upgrade my understanding of real-life robotics from the sci-fi worlds of Cylons, Hosts & Replicants (with the help of Dolores & Chopper, my favourite droids. No offence Artoo) 🤖
Here’s one of Lee Bul’s ‘Cyborg’ sculptures. 🤖 Speaking about her cyborgs, technology and humanity, she says: “To keep their visions alive, humans label failed technologies ‘monsters’. Like in Frankenstein. His monster is a cyborg, an organism combined with technology that birthed a new life. But it is called a monster because it was a failure. For me, a cyborg and a monster are doppelgängers, anagrams of one another.”
Don’t try and tell me this art installation wasn’t created just for Instagram.
This morning @bunchofsteve thought he found a real life UFO at the Hayward Gallery 🛸 👽
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