Tag Archives: WILLIAM GIBSON

Duidao // Tête-bêche

“The first work by Liu Yichang I read was Duidao. The title is a Chinese translation of tête-bêche, which describes stamps that are printed top to bottom facing each other. Duidao centres round the intersection of two parallel stories – of an old man and a young girl. One is about memories, the other anticipation. […]

Cyberspace

“Friday, August 04, 2006 MONUMENT posted 8:31 AM Silver nitrous girls pointed into occult winds of porn and destiny.”

1997

          The above is my commentary on the timelessness of good design.  The images were scanned from The New Yorker reporting on Galliano 3 months into his reign at Dior.  The words are quoted from cyberpunk author, William Gibson. Photography Credits: Francois-Marie Banier for The New Yorker, March 1997  

CONCRETE INFLUENCE

Time moves in one direction, memory another.  We are that strange species that constructs artefacts intended to counter the natural flow of forgetting. -William Gibson            Concrete images taken by Simone Ling.

Duidao // Tête-bêche

Duidao // Tête-bêche       “The first work by Liu Yichang I read was Duidao. The title is a Chinese translation of tête-bêche, which describes stamps that are printed top to bottom facing each other. Duidao centres round the intersection of two parallel stories – of an old man and a young girl. One […]