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    Fixes: Investigating alterations of space/objects

    Javier Arbona
    Nov 8, '11 11:46 AM EST

    Chris Berthelsen, aka a-small-lab, is a documentation freak with a keen eye for everyday landscapes and quotidian acts.

    Check out his blog: Fixes: Investigating alterations of space/objects at the public/private boundary in suburban Tokyo.

    Chris writes: 'Fixes' are ways of thinking and doing amongst the passivity of 'modern' living. Signals of direct, personal, human creativity, they illustrate real sustainability: repair rather than replace; make rather than buy; create/adapt rather than accept.

    See also his graffiti research in Tokyo and tokyo diy gardening (with Jared Braiterman), and keep exploring from there!



     
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A bezoar is a mass of disparate pieces and materials. For this blog, you will find something somewhere between tweet-length posts and tumblelogging; inchoate thoughts; provocations and assorted scraps that don't fit anyplace else; criticisms of a political and geographic variety; ecoaffective ramblings; spatial imaginaries that don't conform. On Twitter: @AlJavieera; 1/3rd of @Demilit; bookmarked content: @AJFavorite.

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