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Ghost in the Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v.20
Jeff Pass | BAH UX COP Pechakucha | 03.11.2021
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This presentation includes imagery of:
• 'Female' robot sculptures and anime Cells
• Robotic Ice...
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Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0
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Do objects have souls? This PechaKucha deck explores this idea from the perspective of a designer. Referencing artists and thinkers who have weighed in on this idea, it provides insight into what a soul really is (now if only there was audio).

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Ghost In The Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v2.0

  1. 1. Ghost in the Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v.20 Jeff Pass | BAH UX COP Pechakucha | 03.11.2021
  2. 2. 30-Second Trigger Warning This presentation includes imagery of: • 'Female' robot sculptures and anime Cells • Robotic Icelandic fairies • Dissected medical Cadaver sculptures • Alcohol and alcoholics • Cute San-X Characters with Questionable names • Hollywood monsters* and a massive spider • Woody Allen* Plus: • Two extra slides; of which this is one + References • Jeff Pass talking… * Significant overlap noted
  3. 3. End / Thank You Slides: slideshare.net/JeffreyRyanPass Sources: slide 22+ Ghost in the Machine: The Soul of Design Artifacts, v.20 Jeff Pass BAH UX COP Pechakucha, 03.11.2021
  4. 4. Images/References/Citations Slide 1: Font for presentation is Seven Segment (or 7Segment). Slide 2: Video still from the Björk video, All is Full of Love, (1999) directed by and featuring robot sculptures by Chris Cunningham. Video and image ©1999, Black Dog Films. Slide 3: Top and middle left: Images from the article, “The Art of Soapmaking” (2012) appearing in the Winterthur Museum blog, “Winterthur Unreserved”. Accessed via the Winterthur Museum website, http://museumblog.winterthur.org/2012/07/10/the-art-of-soapmaking/ (March ’21). Bottom left: production still from the Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 2 episode, Loss & Desire, 2003. ©Art21, Inc. 2003. Access on the Art21 website: https://art21.org/read/janine-antoni-lick-and-lather/ (March ’21). Top right: Detail of two soap busts. Janine Antoni, Lick and Lather, 1993, from the Smithsonian (magazine) article, “The Art of Chocolate (and Soap)” by Anika Gupta (2015). Images © Smithsonian Institution. Accessed via the Janine Antoni Project website, http://jantonihistory.blogspot.com/2015/11/biography.html (March ‘21). Bottom right: Image of Janine Antoni, Lick and Lather, 1993. Photographed by Lee Stalsworth at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., 1999. Images © Janine Antoni and the Smithsonian Institution. Accessed via the artist’s website: http://www.janineantoni.net/lick-and-lather (March ’21). Slide 4: Photograph of Museo di Storia Naturale di Firenze, Zoologia "La Specola", Florence, Italy. Retrieved from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Specola (March ’21). Slide 5: Images: Jason Freeny’s Micro Anatomic Anatomy Mini Fig. (2015.) Retrieved from: https://dope.gallery/jason-freeny (September ‘18). LEGO® original patent technical drawings for the LEGO® Minifigure (1977) and original 2x4 brick (1961). Retrieved from: https://www.behance.net/gallery/20626665/Lego-patent-vector and https://www.lego.com/en- us/themes/lego-history (both March ‘21). Citation for possible combinations for 6 2X4 bricks from: http://mentalfloss.com/article/92127/how-many-combinations-are-possible-using-6-lego-bricks (March ‘21) Slide 6: Still from The Ghost in the Shell (animated film) (1995), Kodansha in association with Bandai Visual, Manga Entertainment, and Production I.G. Retrieved from: https://theparkwaytheater.com/all-events/ghost- in-the-shell (March ‘21) Slide 7: Image: (detail): The Ghost in the Shell (manga) (1989), Shirow Masamune/Kodansha Ltd. Retrieved from: http://www.flaunt.com/content/ghost-in-the-shell (March ‘21) Slide 8: 1967 VW Beetle Parts (parts industry advertising image) and 1967 VW “Dampness” add. Volkswagen (creative by Doyle Dane Bernbach/DDB Worldwide Communications Group, Inc., photographer unknown, art direction by Helmut Krone. (1967). Retrieved from: http://1967beetle.com/explodedview/ and https://medium.com/theagency/the-ad-that-changed-advertising (both March 2021) Slide 9: Image: 21-Window Deluxe Volkswagen Type 2. RM Auctions/Sotheby’s. (2014). Retrieved from: https://silodrome.com/volkswagen-21-window-type-2/ (March ‘21). Car Talk quote: Episode #1142: Do Cars Have Sours? (15/10/2011). Retrieved from: http://www.viaway.com/view/24660454/1142-do-cars-have- souls (March ‘21) Slide 10: Straight Chair and Straight-Leg Gable. George Nakashima. (1946). Retrieved from: https://www.knoll.com/knollnewsdetail/george-nakashima-studio and https://www.knoll.com/product/straight-chair?section=design (both March ‘21) Slide 11: Image: Conoid Bench. George Nakashima, Smithsonian American Art Museum (1977). Retreived from: https://americanart.si.edu/artwork/conoid-bench-32461 (March ‘21). Quote: Mira Nakashima from “The Soul of A Tree: Inside George Nakashima's New Hope home, studio and creative compound.” Retrieved from: https://www.knoll.com/knollnewsdetail/george-nakashima-studio (March ‘21) Slide 12: Image: 1860’s C.F. Martin 2-27 guitar with rosewood veneer and spruce back. Image © C.F. Martin. Retrieved from: http://vintagemartin.com/borders.html (March ‘21) Slide 13: Image: Tom Waits plays multiple pre-war (Brazilian rosewood) Martin guitars including this 30’s 0- 17. (1992) Retrieved from: http://www.alwaysontherun.net/tomwaits.htm (March ‘21) Slide 14: Image: Old Bushmills Distillery. Discover Northern Ireland. Retrieved from: https://discovernorthernireland.com/Old-Bushmills-Distillery-Bushmills-P1635/ (March ’21) Slide 15: Image: Bushmills Bottle Range. Whiskey Intelligence. (2014). Retrieved from: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Bottle-Range.jpg (March ‘21) Slide 16: Foreground image: Afro Ken sticker set uploaded by Babi a Fi as part of her Friday Five: San-X Characters blog. Retrieved from: https://www.babiafi.co.uk/2020/03/friday-five-san-x-characters.html (March ‘21). Background: Afro Ken wallpaper by Zonefox (2003). Image reproduced from a San-X Afro Ken stationary set (no longer available or referenced on San-X website). Accessed from Zonefox’s Deviant Art page. Retrieved from: https://www.deviantart.com/zonefox/art/Afro-Ken-Wallpaper-4068280 (March ‘21). Afro Ken © San-X. Slide 17: Film image collage from New York Times film review. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/1983/07/15/movies/film-zelig-woody-allen-s-story-about-a-chameleon-man- 034845.html (March ‘21). Zelig theatrical movie poster insert. Title and poster design by Joseph Caroff (1983). Retrieved from Original Film Art: https://www.originalfilmart.com/products/zelig-insert (March ‘21). Quotes from previously cied New York Times review and from TCM article retrieved from retrieved from: http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article/89040%7C0/Zelig.html (March ‘21) Slide 18: Image stills (from left to right, top to bottom): Days of Heaven (1978), Star Wars (1977), Jaws (1975), Soul (2020), The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), Blade Runner (1982), Pan’s Labyrinth (2006). Film stills retrieved from Google Images March ‘21. Image of Joe Gardner, ©2020 Pixar Animation Studios, accessed from ET Online. Accessed from: https://www.etonline.com/how-to-watch-the-pixars-soul-on- disney-plus-156447 (March ‘21). Slide 19: Image: Dr. Strangelove: Plan R. by Juan Carlos Salas/500px. (2013). Photographed at the Stanley Kubrick Exhibition. Retrieved from: https://500px.com/photo/31073019/dr-strangelove-plan-r-by-juan- carlos-salas-Plan+R (March ‘21) Slide 20: Image: Maman (sculpture), Louise Bourgeois (1999), Museo Guggenheim Bilbao. Retrieved from Mode Arte: http://modearte.com/louis-bourgeois/ (March ‘21) Slide 21: Video still from the Björk video, All is Full of Love, (1999) directed by and featuring robot sculptures by Chris Cunningham. Video and image ©1999, Black Dog Films. Slide 21: You’re looking at it, kid.

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