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Tiffany Ng
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Attends University of California, Berkeley
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www.polartide.org, the interactive carillon project I did with Greg Niemeyer, Chris Chafe, and Perrin Meyer for the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) bash in honor of John Chowning at Stanford is now published in Computer Music Journal! Read about it there and watch the video here. https://www.academia.edu/9247054/_Polartide_on_Computer_Music_Journal_DVD_supplement
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A new world of research is dawning six months after an uproar over an experiment in which the social-media company and academic researchers were accused of manipulating users.
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If only they could make it look a little more fashionable...
Austrian architecture studio Coop Himmelb(l)au has designed this quilted spotty coat to conceal the wearer from unwanted data collection.
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“Cloak” would have been the proper word.
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San Francisco office Fougeron Architecture has designed a house in California that steps down the side of a cliff and projects over the edge.
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tableware formed as stalactites are...
Laura Lynn Jansen and Thomas Vailly have created a collection of tableware by "growing" stone over a structural 3D-printed skeleton.
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In July, I announced the call for submissions for Hack the Bells, the first international carillon remix competition. Over the course of two months, we received over 30 international submissions. T...
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Yoichi Yamamoto has suspended colourful strips of wood from the ceiling of an Issey Miyake boutique in Tokyo, which from certain angles look like chairs.
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Very touching
Minsuk Cho says he hopes Korea's Venice Architecture Biennale pavilion will help North and South Koreans reconnect in this movie.
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They look like paper cranes!
A Croatian designer has turned a group of cranes into a giant light show, at one of the world's oldest working shipyards.
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What an incredibly creative way to reinterpret the German roadsign symbol of a church!
An icon of a church taken from a motorway sign was translated directly into the form of this roadside church in Germany by Schneider+Schumacher.
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Arie van't Riet, the Netherlands-based creator of the images below, did not think of himself as an artist; rather, he is a physicist who specializes in radiation and works with low-energy X-rays. B...
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Work
Occupation
musicologist, organist, carillonneur, educator
Skills
musicology, new media studies, new music performance, teaching, writing
Employment
  • St. Olaf College
    Visiting Instructor of Musicology, 2014 - present
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Graduate Student Instructor (musicology), 2009 - present
  • Sather Tower Carillon
    Associate Carillonist, 2008 - present
  • Eastman Computer Music Center
    Teaching Fellow, 2006 - 2008
  • Women in Music Festival
    Assistant Director, 2007 - 2008
  • Yale University Press
    Web Designer, 2004 - 2005
  • Off The Map Press
    Technology & Editing Intern
  • Yale Univ. Collection of Musical Instruments
    Guest Curator (campanology), 2005 - 2006
  • Yale University Library (Research Services & Collections)
    Online Research Resources Developer, 2001 - 2005
  • Ulysses S. Grant Summer Program
    Teacher (Science & Technology), 2003 - 2004
  • University of California, San Francisco
    Research Assistant, 2001 - 2002
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Female
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I write about music and play big bells in towers and pipes in church organs.
Introduction
I play big bells and loud pipes and try to travel the world supported by concerts on these things.
Bragging rights
I've played over 90 concerts in 12 countries. In 2005, I was one of the first guest recitalists to play the newly renovated carillon at the Riverside Cathedral in NYC with its 23-ton lowest bell.
Education
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Musicology, New Media, 2008 - present
  • Yale University
    English and Music, 2001 - 2005
  • Koninklijke Beiaardschool 'Jef Denyn'
    Carillon and Campanology, 2005 - 2006
  • Koninklijke Vlaams Conservatorium Antwerpen
    Organ performance, 2005 - 2006
  • Eastman School of Music
    Organ Performance and Arts Leadership, 2006 - 2008
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"Self-driving" goldfish tank by Studio Diip
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Dutch design collective Studio Diip has added wheels and sensors to a fish tank so that its inhabitant can drive it by swimming in a certain

Brutalist Scottish seminary to be resurrected after years of neglect
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After laying in ruin for a quarter of a century, Gillespie, Kidd & Coia's St Peter's Seminary in Cardross is to be converted into a major ar

Hanging sticks create illusions of chairs at Issey Miyake boutique
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Yoichi Yamamoto has suspended colourful strips of wood from the ceiling of an Issey Miyake boutique in Tokyo, which from certain angles look

Coop Himmelb(l)au's Jammer Coat hides the wearer from Google
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Austrian architecture studio Coop Himmelb(l)au has designed this quilted spotty coat to conceal the wearer from unwanted data collection.

Movie: Minsuk Cho on Korean Venice Architecture Biennale 2014 pavilion
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Minsuk Cho says he hopes Korea's Venice Architecture Biennale pavilion will help North and South Koreans reconnect in this movie.

Fall House by Fougeron Architecture steps down a cliff side
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San Francisco office Fougeron Architecture has designed a house in California that steps down the side of a cliff and projects over the edge

Croatian designer illuminates shipyard cranes in giant light show
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A Croatian designer has turned a group of cranes into a giant light show, at one of the world's oldest working shipyards.

Laura Lynn Jansen and Thomas Vailly "grow" stone tableware
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Laura Lynn Jansen and Thomas Vailly have created a collection of tableware by "growing" stone over a structural 3D-printed skeleton.

West Virginia treehouse hosts the American boy scouts' Jamboree
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A 38-metre-high treehouse hosts the Jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America, but also functions as a treetop exhibition centre for a West Virg

Church by Schneider+Schumacher based on signage looks like Batman
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An icon of a church taken from a motorway sign was translated directly into the form of this roadside church in Germany by Schneider+Schumac

Military church in Antwerp reinvented as a restaurant by Piet Boon
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Piet Boon and Studio Job have transformed a former military hospital chapel in Antwerp into a contemporary restaurant featuring a sculptural

Movie: Tadao Ando's art and design school for University of Monterrey
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This movie tours the school of art, design and architecture that Japanese architect Tadao Ando completed last year at the University of Mont

Alpine holiday cabin by Peter Jungmann has metal feet and a beak
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This asymmetric Alpine cabin has been named Ufogel because its owners think it looks like a cross between a UFO and a "vogel" - the German w

House by Atelier FCJZ has glass floors instead of windows
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Glass floors allow residents to look down from a dining table into a toilet inside this windowless concrete house in Shanghai by Chinese fir

John Dobson dies at 98; former monk developed easy-to-make telescope
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His telescopes have made important contributions to astronomy, including the discovery in 1995 of Comet Hale-Bopp.

Le Corbusier's Notre Dame du Haut chapel at Ronchamp vandalised
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Le Corbusier's Notre Dame du Haut chapel at Ronchamp has been vandalised, prompting calls for urgent security measures.

Three quarters of 2013's tallest skyscrapers constructed in Asia
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A record-breaking 53 skyscrapers over 200 metres high were completed in Asia in 2013, accounting for three-quarters of the year's tallest ne

Michael Graves' Portland Building faces threat of demolition
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Michael Graves' seminal postmodern Portland Public Services Building is under threat of demolition, because it needs more than $95 million w

Moralities of Everyday Life
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Moralities of Everyday Life is a free online class taught by Paul Bloom of Yale University

Some of the best fish tacos (with blackened fish) I've ever had; coleslaw was delicious too. Friendly and prompt service.
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