---- 2013
12 Starfish, Sydney, AUS
1003-25 Tournament, NY

08 AirShipOne, NV

0610 Starfish, NY
0525-0818 Nexxt, NJ
0307 Bracelet SxSW, TX
---- 2012

11-12 Rafale

10 RRC, NJ
0914 Wolf+Lamb, NYC
0825 Drop, BRC
06 ACR, NJ
05 Country Club, NY
05 BLB, NY
0419 Blue Man Group

0308 Cockpit SxSW

0308 Starfish SxSW

0303 GT Blow, NYC

0101 Starfish, NYC
---- 2011
0830 Drop, BRC
0830 Cuddlefish, BRC
0806 Cuddlefish, Hamptons
0310 Cuddlefish SxSW
---- 2010
1201 Drop, Miami
1023 RRC Show, NJ
1009 StarFish PDF, DE
0915 Blow LV, CA
0901 Drop, Nevada
0901 CuddleFish, NV
0718 Secret Garden, UK
0704 CuddleFish, PEX
0619 Opulent Temple, NYC

0612 Figment, NYC

0320 Matelasse, NYC
---- 2009
---- 2008
---- 2007
---- 2006
---- 2005
---- 2004
---- 2003
---- 2002
---- 2001

Texts & Drawings

Note: Dimensions are approximate.

Related project:
Überorgan by Tim Hawkinson



Überorgan, created from multiple bus-size biomorphic balloons, each with its horns tuned to a different note in an octave, is a gargantuan self-playing organ. Its musical score consists of a 200-foot-long scroll of dots and dashes encoding old hymns, pop classics, and improvisational ditties. Tim Hawkinson explains: "The score is deciphered by the organ's brain--a bank of light-sensitive switches--and then reinterpreted by a series of switches and relays that translate the original patterns into nonrepeating variations of the score."

Event: Tim Hawkinson exhibition at the Whitney
Venue: Sculpture Garden, 590 Madison Ave. NYC
Date: 20050211 - 20050529




Music roll:



Überorgan:



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Related (non-AKA) projects:
- Soft Robot (M. Borgatti)
- Soft Robot (Harvard)
- Tubaloon
- Air Forest
- Tomas Saraceno
- How To Live Together (T. Saraceno)
- Florentijn Hofman
- Jimmy Kuehnle
- Tim Prentice
- Sea Anemone (Pali-X-Mano)
- Überorgan (Tim Hawkinson)
- Luft & Laune GmbH (Urs Meier)
- Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility (NASA)
- Lumination
- Interactive Architecture
- Space art
- Dreamspace QTVR (Maurice Agis)
- Hans Walter Muller
- Gilles Ebersolt
- Babot
- Willie Cole's Irons
- Fan Shirt
- Cloud (Monica Forster)
- Max Streicher
- Inflatable Systems
- Inflatoscape (Jessica Irish)
- Cloud Prototype No. 1 (I–igo Manglano-Ovalle)
- Free-floating (Ivo Keers)
- Bini Systems
- Pneumatrix (Judit Kimpian)
- Ana Rewakowicz
- Aeolian Ride (Jessica Findley)
- Suited for Subversion (Ralph Borland)
- Tumbleweed Rover (Nasa)
- Inflatable Heliostat
- Elevator Disco
- Analogia
- Burble
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- ICOSA Pods
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- Inflatable Concentrator
- Inflatable space hotel
- Air King
- 21st Century Airships
- ETFE pillows (Eden Project)
- Poly Ned
- Zorbing

Press:
- we're especially loving AK Airways' 22'-by-22' inflatable bracelet sparkling with LEDs The Newark Museum celebrates its 100th birthday with a 100-hour party. Head west, young man by Grace Smith. Time Out New York/Issue 707. Apr. 16/22, 2009
- Works From New Talent Seeking a Boldface Name by Benjamin Genocchio. New York Times. Mar. 8, 2009
- Arts festival awakens sleepy Governors Island by Amy Zimmer. Metro. Jun. 9, 2007
- the strangest sight on Sunday may be the giant inflatable starfish tethered to a tree. Ferrying Creative Impulses Across New York Harbor by Melena Ryzik. New York Times. Jun. 6, 2007 (pdf)
- Was this a mudless terrain of prehistorical sludge or an outer-space settlement? Slithering Through a Shadowy, Unknown World by Jennifer Dunning. New York Times. Oct. 5, 2006
- Blow Up. Club System International. May 2005
- Anakin Koenig interview by Daijetmiu. Not A Rag. June 2004

References:
- All you need to know about fans on Electronics Cooling

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