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A Murder of Crows By Ray Lucas
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This is a simple photo essay about Tokyo's crows. Crows are ubiquitous in Tokyo, making their presence felt as they caw loudly from the rooftops and trees. There is nothing behind the essay other... More > than a fascination for their antics, sometimes comical often sinister. Crows are sometimes seen as a negative symbol, but their charismatic and self-sufficient occupation of the city suggests a much more nuanced and complex society which is parallel to our own.< Less
Getting Lost in Tokyo By Ray Lucas
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This is the catalogue to the 2005 exhibition 'Getting Lost in Tokyo' by Ray Lucas. The exhibition was held at the Centrespace gallery in Dundee's DCA. The project consists of a series of drawings... More > and notations depicting the Tokyo subway. A theme of translation and theorising through drawing is pursued throughout, with an initial diagram generating movement notations and architectural spaces based on experience.< Less
Sensory Urbanism Proceedings By Ray Lucas
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This book contains papers from the January 2008 conference, Sensory Urbanism, held by the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. Papers deal with issues surrounding the sensory perception of urban... More > design and how to design better for all the senses. The book is illustrated throughout, and contains 26 papers from fields including architecture, urban design, environmental psychology, urban design, planning, sound design and more.< Less
Getting Lost in Tokyo By Ray Lucas
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This is the catalogue to the 2005 exhibition 'Getting Lost in Tokyo' by Ray Lucas. The exhibition was held at the Centrespace gallery in Dundee's DCA. The project consists of a series of drawings... More > and notations depicting the Tokyo subway. A theme of translation and theorising through drawing is pursued throughout, with an initial diagram generating movement notations and architectural spaces based on experience.< Less