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Beautifully Converted Bus

This dynamic young family is hitting the road, traveling all over North America in their incredible converted Blue Bird school bus. Dubbed ‘The School of Life‘, this skoolie conversion project was all about giving JT and Tamra the opportunity to travel and learn all about the continent, it’s landscapes, people and history. The bus’s name took on new meaning when they gave birth to their son Kalon.

The interior of the school bus has been converted into a beautiful tiny home with everything the family needs to live comfortably on the road, with a large lounge and entertainment area, wood stove, kitchen bedroom, and lots of room for storage of clothes and other items.

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In a glass room close to the museum’s exit, I see Jewish children as young as six or seven who read the Torah. At a certain point, the children began to cry, and I understood that this was a result of the psychological pressure on the children, and you could easily imagine what the rabbi was saying to the Jewish children. Of course he told them that God chose the Jews and preferred them to humans, and we must not forget them. The disaster is what gave us a state and we have to preserve Israel, so that the disaster does not happen again. Of course, the children heard these words and wept.

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De duurzame Lean transformatie van Océ

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Blijvende Lean transformatie bij Océ
Zélf verspillingen de fabriek uit scheppen

Door Dr Ir Jaap van Ede, hoofdredacteur procesverbeteren.nl, 17-02-20141

Lean kun je heel snel ‘technisch’ invoeren, bijvoorbeeld door de machines op bewerkingsvolgorde te plaatsen. Guus Cox, operations manager bij Océ, vergelijkt dit met het inzetten van een bulldozer om in één keer een berg verspillingen te verwijderen. Dat geeft snel resultaten, maar die beklijven niet omdat het gedrag ongewijzigd is.
Het is veel beter om de mensen aan te moedigen om de verspillingen zélf de fabriek uit te scheppen. Natuurlijk, dat duurt langer en het vergt veel aandacht van het management. Het eindresultaat is echter een echte Lean organisatie, waarin medewerkers gezamenlijk problemen oplossen en zorgen dat het werk iedere dag een beetje beter gaat. Een bulldozer is dan nooit meer nodig.

Cox had wel een probleem: Océ is een beursgenoteerde onderneming. Daarom moest hij snel resultaten boeken, anders ging de stekker uit het ambitieuze Lean plan. Daarom werd gekozen voor een invoering in golven, te beginnen met de zaken die de meest zichtbare resultaten opleveren.

Dus toch alsnog die technische insteek? Nee, vanaf het begin was er een wezenlijk verschil: Iedereen werd aangemoedigd om mee te denken en bezwaren naar voren te brengen. De resultaten bleven niet uit: er wordt nu 20% meer geproduceerd op 60% minder vloeroppervlak. Die ruimte werd benut om een significante hoeveelheid uitbesteed werk te insourcen.

Een verhaal over sunrise meetings, voetbalteams en een storm die niet meer gaat liggen.

Ons bedrijf maakte de afgelopen jaren moeilijke tijden door, vertelt Guus Cox, operations manager assembly bij Océ in Venlo.

‘De markt voor printers en kopieerapparaten wordt gedomineerd door Canon, Xerox en Ricoh. Wij volgden op grote afstand. Daardoor was het duidelijk dat wij zelfstandig niet konden overleven. Onze Raad van Bestuur ging daarom op zoek naar een partij waar wij een aanvulling voor zouden kunnen zijn. Dat werd Canon. Zij maken vooral printers in grote series voor de consumentenmarkt, die ze distribueren via dealers. Wij maken daarentegen juist grote (maatwerk)printers in kleine series, high-mix low-volume productie dus. Bovendien verkopen wij rechtstreeks aan bedrijven.’  

Bestaansrecht bewijzen
In 2010 werd Océ daadwerkelijk overgenomen door Canon. Daarmee was de werkgelegenheid in Nederland echter nog niet veilig gesteld. ‘We moesten ons bestaansrecht bewijzen binnen het Canon-concern, anders lag verplaatsing van onze productie naar China en Japan op de loer. Onze missie was daarom vanaf dat moment: Best-in-class worden op het gebied van high-mix low-volume productie, in ieder geval ten opzichte van de interne concurrentie binnen Canon.’

De productontwikkeling van Océ wordt in Venlo gedaan. ‘We maken hier ook enkele strategische componenten zoals toners, inkten, printkoppen en fotogeleiders. Het leeuwendeel van de onderdelen wordt echter ingekocht en daarna geassembleerd. Componenten met een hoge waardedichtheid, zoals printplaten en kabels, komen uit het Verre Oosten. Volumineuze onderdelen zoals plaatwerk worden betrokken van bedrijven uit de EU. Vervoer per vrachtwagen is dan namelijk goedkoper en flexibeler dan per boot.’

Lean manufacturing
Cox overtuigde het topmanagement dat Lean manufacturing de beste strategie was om best-in-class assemblage na te streven. ‘Beloften zoals efficiënter, beter en goedkoper haalden hen over de streep. Ik mocht vervolgens met een kleine groep van start gaan. Wat ook hielp was het feit dat Canon veel ervaring heeft met Lean, zodat wij van hen zouden kunnen leren.’

Met het oog op kennisoverdracht werden een paar Aziatische fabrieken bezocht door Cox. ‘Toen ik naar die Canon fabrieken toe ging, dacht ik dat wij een onoverbrugbare achterstand zouden hebben. Dat viel echter mee. Ik denk nu dat we op termijn qua productielogistiek en –organisatie in de buurt van de Aziaten kunnen komen, voor onze high-mix low-volume productie.’

De werkvloer bij Océ oogt sinds de Lean transformatie (foto rechts) veel ordelijker

Just do, then think
Het viel Cox vooral op hoe gestructureerd de productielijnen van Canon zijn ingericht, en hoe daar in hele kleine stapjes wordt verbeterd. “Just do, then think” zeiden ze. ‘Dat was voor mij een eyeopener. In de Angelsaksische cultuur zijn wij geneigd om van te voren precies te bedenken hoe je van A naar B komt, en dat dan als een project uit te voeren. Bij Lean probeer je ideeën daarentegen indien mogelijk meteen uit. Op die manier doe je sneller kennis op over het proces dan achter je bureau.’

Canon’s productielijnen kopiëren was voor Océ geen optie. ‘Ten eerste krijg je Lean zo niet ingebed in je organisatie, er ontstaat geen eigenaarschap. Ten tweede is ons assemblageproces heel anders. Canon maakt grote aantallen printers en wij juist kleine series, waarbij verschillende modellen elkaar afwisselen.’

Vreemde ogen
Cox kende van vroeger Marc de Jongh, adviseur lean manufacturing bij Q-Consult . ‘Hem heb ik om hulp gevraagd, maar in principe wilden we wel alles zélf doen. Vanaf het begin had ik namelijk een duurzame transformatie voor ogen. Dus niet alleen de Lean tools, maar ook de bijpassende organisatie en cultuur introduceren. Q-Consult had daarbij vooral een ondersteunende rol. Ze keken bij alle stappen mee en gaven daarbij aan wat er goed ging en wat er beter kon’

Daar had en heeft Océ veel aan. ‘Zelfs nu, twee jaar later, komt Q-Consult nog steeds één dag per maand langs om één aspect te monitoren. Denk daarbij bijvoorbeeld aan het bijwonen van onze dagelijkse sunrise meetings’

Vreemde ogen zien gewoon meer. ‘Zelf heb ik dat kort geleden nog ervaren in de rol van outsider, tijdens een Gemba Walk. In Lean terminologie staat dat voor het frequent bezoeken van de werkvloer of Gemba, om gevoel te houden voor hetgeen daar feitelijk gebeurt. In het kader van het naleven van de 5S-principes willen we alles opgeruimd en ordelijk houden. Ik zag tijdens zo’n Gemba Walk in het magazijn een paar lege dozen en vroeg waarom die er stonden. De reactie van de magazijnmedewerker was: die dozen vielen me niet meer op, omdat ze er al zo lang staan!’

De complexe layout van de fabriek vóór de Lean transformatie

Beursgenoteerd
In het ideale geval besluit het topmanagement dat Lean hoe dan ook zal worden ingevoerd. ‘In een beursgenoteerd bedrijf is dat echter niet realistisch. Je moet dan op korte termijn resultaten kunnen laten zien. Ik moest dus snel aantonen dat de Lean aanpak zou werken, anders zou de invoering worden stopgezet.’

De gangbare route naar snelle successen is een projectmatige aanpak. ‘Het accent ligt dan op de zakelijke kant van Lean, denk aan de toepassing van tools zoals Kanban. Zeker in technische georiënteerde bedrijven zoals het onze is de verleiding groot om dit te doen. Ik wilde dat echter niet, omdat Lean zonder een bijpassende verandering in mensen en organisatie niet beklijft.’

Bulldozer
Het kost echter wel extra tijd als je ook de organisatie wilt mee veranderen. ‘Lean als project kun je vergelijken met het inhuren van een bulldozer om een berg verspillingen te verplaatsen. Dat gaat snel, maar daarna gebeurt er niets meer. De oorzaak van de verspillingen, de manier van denken, is immers nog onveranderd. Voer je Lean in als way of life dan vraag je de mensen op de werkvloer om zélf de verspillingen als het ware de fabriek uit te scheppen. Dat duurt veel langer want dan moet je weerstanden overwinnen, veel uitleg geven en continu aanmoedigen’

De winst komt echter later. ‘Je krijgt dan een organisatie waarin de mensen zelf problemen oplossen, de processen blijvend slank houden, en bijdragen aan continue verbetering.’

De sterk vereenvoudigde layout van de fabriek ná de Lean transformatie. Meer dan de helft van de fabriek kwam vrij voor nieuwe activiteiten!    

   
Transparant
Cox stond voor de uitdaging om zo’n duurzame Lean transformatie in gang te zetten. Tegelijkertijd moest het echter transparant zijn voor het topmanagement dat er snel voortgang werd geboekt. Samen met Q-Consult bedacht hij daarom een introductie van Lean in verschillende ‘golven’:

  1. Lay-out verbetering: Minder mens- en materiaalbewegingen op een kleiner vloeroppervlak (zie de illustraties hierboven)
  2. Creatie van overzichtelijke en ordelijke werkplekken volgens de 5S-principes: Hierdoor gaat bijvoorbeeld minder tijd verloren aan zoeken.
  3. Toepassing van continu en stapsgewijs verbeteren, gericht op het verbeteren van de KPI’s. Dit onder meer door toepassing van value stream mapping, 5x waarom vragen en Poka Yoke.
  4. Verbetering van teamwork en leiderschap.

‘Alleen al in het kader van 5S werden tien containers met overbodige spullen verwijderd. Beginnen met de lay-out en 5S heeft als groot voordeel dat je snel tastbare resultaten krijgt. Die zijn ook voor het topmanagement zichtbaar. Bovendien waren de eerste twee golven relatief gemakkelijk door te voeren. Ze waren namelijk fysiek van aard, waarmee ik bedoel dat er nog geen ingrijpende gedragsverandering nodig was.’

De assemblagelijn van de Varioprint 6000


Buigen als het riet

Toch trad er al bij de eerste Lean golf, de lay-out verandering, weerstand op. Die tegenstand mocht niet op bulldozer-achtige wijze aan de kant worden geschoven. Dat zou immers strijdig zijn met de introductie van Lean als nieuwe way of life!

‘Er zijn hier eerder projectmatige initiatieven geweest op het gebied van en Operational Excellence, maar die hielden geen stand. Mede daardoor had een aantal mensen het idee dat dit de volgende voorbijgaande storm zou zijn, waarvoor je kon buigen als het riet totdat het voorbij is. Eén van de manieren om duidelijk te maken dat dit nu niet zo is, en om tegelijkertijd betrokkenheid te genereren, zijn de groepssessies die we regelmatig organiseren.’

Voorafgaand aan de eerste Lean golf werd bijvoorbeeld aan een representatieve groep operators het ambitieuze doel daarvan voorgelegd: 60% reductie van het werkoppervlak.

‘Daarna heb ik die groep gevraagd: Waarom zou dat niet kunnen? Elke tegenwerping werd serieus genomen en daarna werd daar samen met de groep een oplossing voor gezocht. Op die manier neutraliseer je alle weerstand, en ga je van een negatieve naar een positieve mindset. Hierna ging de groep terug de organisatie in. Daar konden ze het Lean-verhaal op hun beurt uitleggen aan hun achterban.’

Ademende fabriek
De assemblage van de printers bestaat uit de stappen voormontage, eindmontage, afstellen, testen en verpakken. Vroeger stonden daarbij alle onderdelen op de werkvloer.

‘Dat lijkt misschien Lean, maar dat is het niet. Ten eerste heb je zo meer voorraden dan bij centrale opslag, omdat je voorraadposities hebt bij alle tien assemblagelijnen. Ten tweede ben je niet flexibel. Voor de assemblage van de ene printer zijn namelijk veel meer onderdelen nodig dan voor de andere. Wat wij wilden was een ademende fabriek waarin je gemakkelijk elk type printer zou kunnen maken, zonder dat je de layout steeds moet aanpassen qua voorraden. Bovendien gingen operators vroeger toch nog vaak zelf op zoek in het magazijn als er een bepaald onderdeel ontbrak. Dat kostte hen veel tijd’.

De oplossing voor al deze problemen: de introductie van het kitting concept. ‘Daarbij worden alle benodigde onderdelen voor één bepaalde printer in het magazijn gereed gezet op een aantal karren. Die worden daarna just-in-time naar de assemblagestations gereden. Dat heeft als bijkomend voordeel dat de kans geringer is dat een bepaald onderdeel wordt vergeten bij de assemblage.’

Bij just-in-time moet je in dit geval denken aan marges in de orde van uren. ‘Met de eindassemblage is iemand bijvoorbeeld 12 uur bezig. Als je dus zorgt dat de volgende kar een paar uur voor het einde van die taak gereed staat, is dat afdoende.’

Het kitting warehouse. Hier worden steeds alle onderdelen voor één te assembleren printer gereed gezet op een aantal karren.

Insourcen
Lean werken betekent meer efficiency, waardoor na verloop van tijd hetzelfde met minder mensen kan worden gedaan. ‘Dat roept natuurlijk ook weerstand op, want je krijgt dan angst voor baanverlies. Ik heb echter in het begin benadrukt dat we geen keus hebben, want anders is er hier straks helemaal geen werk meer. Bovendien vertelde ik er bij dat ik er alle vertrouwen in had dat alle werkgelegenheid kon worden behouden, door extra werk te insourcen. De enorme reductie in werkvloer-oppervlak maakte dat mogelijk. Inderdaad hebben we de productie uit Oost-Europa weer terug kunnen halen naar hier. Dankzij de Lean-werkwijze bleek dat namelijk aanzienlijk goedkoper. Hierdoor werken er hier nu meer operators dan voor de Lean transformatie.’

De glass room op de werkvloer. Hierin vindt op meerdere niveau’s productieoverleg plaats, gericht op het verbeteren van specifieke Key Performance Indicators

Meetings
De derde, vierde en vijfde Lean golf vormden feitelijk één geheel. Dit betrof de introductie van multidisciplinaire meetings op meerdere niveaus. Deze bijeenkomsten zijn allemaal gericht op het continu verbeteren van specifieke Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s), gekoppeld aan de bedrijfsmissie. De bijpassende verbeterborden hangen in een speciale vergaderruimte midden op de werkvloer, de glass room (zie de foto hierboven).

‘Het eerste meeting-niveau betreft de dagelijkse bijeenkomsten van de acht operatorteams. Tijdens deze sunrise meetings wordt waar mogelijk direct actie genomen om Quick Wins te verzilveren. Is een probleem te groot om dit zelf binnen vijf dagen op te lossen, dan wordt dit geëscaleerd naar het wekelijkse overleg van één van de twee lijnteams. Die kunnen dan een Kaizen opstarten om de grondoorzaak van het probleem te vinden en op te lossen. Een dergelijk klein maar gestructureerd verbeterproject is vooral geschikt voor terugkerende problemen, waarbij het waarschijnlijk is dat een Kaizen-team dit zélf binnen zes weken kan afronden. Is het probleem nog ingewikkelder, dan wordt het doorgeschoven naar het 2-wekelijkse overleg van het managementteam. Dit kan dan besluiten om een groot Six Sigma DMAIC-verbeterproject op te zetten, dat drie tot tien maanden kan duren. Six Sigma werd al langer toegepast binnen Océ en dat hebben we op deze manier in onze aanpak van continu verbeteren geïntegreerd.’

Curieus genoeg is het aantal overleguren dankzij al deze korte maar gestructureerde meetings 20% minder en zijn 50% minder rapportages nodig. Die tijd kan dus worden besteed aan procesverbetering!

Een kijkje in de glass room. Aan de wanden diverse verbeterborden

Voor de troepen
In tegenstelling tot de lay-out wijziging is voor het werken met verbeterteams een  fundamentele verandering in gedrag nodig. Dat blijkt bijvoorbeeld uit opmerkingen zoals “we werken toch al goed, en doen dat al 20 jaar zo, waarom moet het nog beter?”.

‘Daarom ga ik ter aanmoediging wekelijks voor de troepen staan om ze te coachen, ik woon dan bijvoorbeeld sunrise meetings bij.’

Volgens Cox is het daarbij continu zoeken naar een delicate balans tussen zaken doordrukken en mensen de ruimte geven om hun problemen zelf op te oplossen. Vaak blijken ideeën die op de werkvloer leven namelijk de beste oplossing. ‘Om een eventuele terugval voor te zijn, herhaal ik steeds waar we naartoe willen, en wat er tot nu toe al is gerealiseerd.’

Je moet als manager natuurlijk wel voldoende tijd hebben om zichtbaar op de werkvloer te zijn. ‘Zorg dat je die tijd vrijmaakt, zou ik als tip willen meegeven. Soms zie je dat iemand maximaal tien uur per week aan Lean mag besteden. In dat geval weet je bijna zeker dat andere zaken altijd urgenter zullen lijken.’

Tussen half acht en kwart voor negen ‘s ochtends kun je Cox steevast op de werkvloer aantreffen tijdens zijn Gemba Walk. ‘Ik vind het belangrijk om goede relaties met de productiemedewerkers op te bouwen, ik informeer bijvoorbeeld ook naar hun thuissituatie. Hierdoor wordt de drempel om met problemen naar mij toe te komen laag. Wel zal ik altijd vragen of een bepaalde zaak al is voorgelegd aan de teamleider of de lijnmanager, want ik wil het gras niet voor hun voeten wegmaaien.’

Voetbalteam
Om teamwork te stimuleren gebruikt Cox vaak de metafoor van een voetbalteam. ‘Het gaat er om dat je gezamenlijk doelpunten scoort. Bij ons betekent scoren dat zoveel mogelijk printers van goede kwaliteit de fabriek verlaten. Niet de verbetering van jouw eigen productiestap is dus het voornaamste doel, het gaat om de doorstroom overall. Bij voetbal heb je ook weinig aan sterke verdedigers als die de bal niet doorgeven aan de aanvallers.’

De successen in de fabriek worden gevierd, bijvoorbeeld door een sunrise team na 20 verbeteracties op vlaai te trakteren. Jaarlijks strijden die teams bovendien voor de titel beste verbeterteam, door hun resultaten aan het management te presenteren.

Aanscherpen
Lean manufacturing is inmiddels stevig verankerd in de bedrijfscultuur van Océ. ‘Lean en continu verbeteren staan nu bijvoorbeeld ook in onze middellange termijn visie voor de komende vier jaar. Binnenkort willen we onze missie gaan aanscherpen, wat is ons hogere doel als organisatie en hoe gaan we daar verder naar toe werken. Ook willen we Lean gaan uitbreiden richting de toeleveranciers, nu problemen in de fabriek steeds vaker een externe oorzaak blijken te hebben. Waarschijnlijk zullen we het aantal leveranciers daartoe gaan verminderen, waarna we met hen gaan bekijken of ze just-in-time kunnen gaan toeleveren.’

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Simon Mawer: The Glass Room

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Simon Mawer’s The Glass Room seems to be a popular favourite among those reading the Booker Prize shortlist. Its shortlisting was the tipping point I needed to make me read it after KevinfromCanada offered it early praise, which had lodged it in my mind as one to watch … or read … eventually. However it may have been the high expectations thereby established which made it something of a disappointment for me.

The Glass Room has been described as a book where the central character is a building, the Landauer House in Mesto in the Czech Republic (based on the real Villa Tugendhat in Brno, designed by Mies van der Rohe). It is commissioned by Viktor and Liesel Landauer, a motor magnate and his wife, when they meet architect Rainer von Abt while on honeymoon in Venice. Or, as von Abt prefers to style himself, “a poet of space and structure.” The Landauers, in love with the future, agree to let him build their new home, but von Abt wishes to work not in stone and concrete but in glass and steel.

‘Ever since Man came out of the cave he has been building caves around him,’ he cried. ‘Building caves! But I wish to take Man out of the cave and float him in the air. I wish to give him a glass space to inhabit.’

This glass space (der Glasraum) turns out to be the extraordinary open plan lower level which he designs for this modernist masterpiece. “The impact of the place overwhelms visitors, especially those who are used to riches being expressed in things, possessions, the ornamental bric-a-brac of the wealthy, and instead discover here the ultimate opulence of pure abstraction.” It is an extraordinary creation, but it is beautiful only while the Landauers are happy in it, living full lives and surrounded by family, workers and friends. The most significant friend is Hana, introduced to us in a miraculous four-page scene where her relationship with Liesel Landauer is established: and if the book has a central human character it is her.

Hana’s introduction coincides with discoveries of divisions between the Landauers. They sleep in separate rooms; Hana is disliked by Viktor but loved as a sister by Liesel; while Viktor, a man of energy and appetite, begins to find one kind of satisfaction elsewhere. It is Hana, too, who nods to the reader by reminding Liesel that “it’s too good to last. … The good times. All this. The world we live in.” Sure enough, the 1930s are passing, the Nazis are on their way, and their new laws elsewhere in Europe mean that “Viktor has come to feel his Jewishness.”

When they leave the house, not only does it lose its life (“A house without people has no dimensions. It just is. An enclosed space, a box”) but also its purpose in the book. The Landauers occupy their house for the first half of the book – about 200 pages – and we know them intimately. After this, the house passes through various uses – a laboratory for Nazi racial profiling tests, a therapy space for disabled children – but the characters come and go, are never well established, and all the time I was thinking, “But what about the Landauers?” Fortunately we do return to them regularly, and Hana continues to play a central role, but her relationship with Stahl in Part 2 ends in melodrama which seems out of place. Thereafter the pace steps up too quickly and the book never regains the poise of its first half.

The Glass Room, with its wide time frame, cast of characters, and historical overview, is an ambitious work, but it seems to show above all that books like this are hard to do well. It also seems keen at times to hit the reader over the head, as when highlighting the futility of racial profiling. When Stahl tells Hana that the tests are “very straightforward”, she responds (in the last line of a chapter), “But human beings are not straightforward. They are very complex.” The point is reiterated, in ironic terms, 70 pages later. There are also a couple of coincidences or neatnesses which strain the reader’s credulity.

Mawer has written a workmanlike piece of literary fiction (it even says Literary Fiction above the barcode on the back), but in a Booker shortlist that contains a novel as arresting and original as Coetzee’s Summertime, this doesn’t seem to be quite enough. It is a well done example of its type, and contains plenty to chew on from 20th century politics to the eternal mysteries of the human heart – but it never set my pulse racing, except once, with a risky homage to another writer (“Behind the glass wall snow is falling. It is falling over the whole city, out of a sky as heavy and sombre as a funeral shroud. It is falling on the soldiers in the Sudetenland, and the soldiers in the Czech lands as they try to consolidate the hurriedly improvised border. It is falling on the triumphant and the dispossessed, on those that have and those that have not…”).

While they are exiled from their home, Liesel Landauer occasionally wonders when they can go back. “But you can’t go back, can you?” someone else tells her. “You can only go forward.” I must admit that for the last hundred pages or so, the only thing keeping me going forward through The Glass Room was momentum. It is a book of many aspects, some done well, but as an account of Jewish suffering in Europe under the Nazis, it seemed particularly weak. This might have been because whereas other such books I’ve read were based on experience, Mawer is clear that his work is the result of thorough research. It may have been this that gave the book for me a certain soullessness, as though the cold glass and steel of the Landauer house was what the story was constructed out of too.

Why communism was all Greek to me – Crete

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By Péter Zilahy

My mother couldn’t forgive the Soviet army for burning down the house she was born in, frying up the swans on the lake and driving off the three French nannies who had educated her as a child. She took it personally. If you have lived on the wrong side of the Iron ­Curtain, you tend to have an unorthodox take on Russian cultural icons. Swan Lake, for Mum, would never be inhabited by fluffy, flying ballerinas, but by bellowing, hammer-headed troops auditioning for a surrealist version of The Last Supper. My mother could never get over her loss and was secretly plotting to bring down the system from within. Being a clever woman, she disguised it as classical education.

Growing up in a communist dictatorship, I was constantly fed Soviet propaganda tales like “The Dog and The Wolf”, where the dog was the good comrade, trustworthy, hardworking and obedient, while the wolf was a decadent, unreliable, lazy drop-out, even opportunistic at times, which is remarkably versatile for a beast. My mother told me not to bother with the school curriculum. Instead, she encouraged me to read Greek mythology – tales of fights, orgies, rape, revenge and sacrifice. Stimulating stuff for a seven-year-old.

I started seeing parallels with everything that was happening around me and slowly gathered that mythology provides not only a great escape, but also offers solutions to my everyday struggle. In the myths, whenever there’s a problem or some scheme goes wrong, they always try to solve it with human sacrifice. If that doesn’t work, they actually do something about it, but first they always go for sacrifice. The subway doesn’t come on time, let’s sacrifice the daughter of the king. The polls are running low, let’s attack some obscure little country on the other side of the sea. The Greek heroes seemed to have all the fun while we just kept building ­friendship between nations.

One of the myths I came across in my reading was the story of Europa. A beautiful princess, she went down to the beach one sunny day and was kidnapped by Zeus. Countless artworks elaborate on how Zeus appeared as a bull and carried her off to the island of Crete, where he turned into an eagle and made love to her. She must have been confused. The highlight of all guided tours on Crete is a tree revealed to tourists as the very one under which Zeus “landed” on Europe. The Soviet tales transformed humans into animals, while the Greek tales turned animals into gods. My beautiful mother was on to something.

Living in a communist dictatorship is a drag. You’re locked up in time like a beetle in amber. Which is delicate terminology. You are a stinking, yawning, underinformed sloth stuck in a giant block of radioactive glue. Nothing ever happens, but you don’t even notice because there’s only one channel on tele­vision, where the same stuff gets repeated again and again. You either start drinking or you pick yourself a myth – or you do both if you’re creative enough.

As I was coming of age, puberty and mythology created an explosive mix. The Greek stories were a thousand times sexier than Soviet lip service. Naturally, I rooted for the wolf not the dog.

When it dawned on me that there wasn’t enough alcohol to keep me in the country, I got myself kicked out of school and headed for the Greek islands. I had been captain of the school soccer team, a model student and an expert on Greek gods. I was going to combine all my talents and see what they were worth. For a moment it seemed that there was even a reason why I had had to wait so long behind the Iron Curtain. The sloth stepped out of the glue, blinking. An alluring new world was on the horizon, I was going to leave animal farm and be like the gods.

The melancholic Hungarians, thanks to their revolutionary history and a passion for Molotov cocktails, were kept on a long leash and could travel to the west every three years. When my time came, I took my red passport, then the train, then the boat, and there I was on the island where the story began. All the other kids went to Amsterdam to smoke pot or hitched a ride to Rostock to check out the nudist beach. I went to Crete to meet the gods. Guess who got higher.

On Crete, the infant Zeus had been hidden because his father wanted to eat him alive. I could picture their hide-and-seek. “Where’s little Zeeeeeus? Come out, my boy, daddy’s not gonna hurt you!”

It’s not easy to be a god. Or at least that’s how I felt when I arrived in Crete on a searing summer day. I got myself a Honda 500, not one of those tiny scooters tourists go sightseeing with. Having read the Greeks, you know it’s all about wind. Odysseus could not get home for 10 years because of stormy weather. When you live in mythology, it comes as no surprise that the logos of Honda are a wing and an H, which can also stand for Hermes, the herald of the gods whose ­symbol is a winged sandal.

I cruise around the island, checking out the beaches before I turn my bike towards the mountain where Zeus was raised. It’s a beautiful day. I am doing a hundred, a hundred and twenty, which is clearly not what the road was made for. If it ever was made rather than created. Coming out of a curve I face a hole the size of a swimming pool. Time flies, they say, and so do I, a spread eagle looking for Zeus on the mountain of Ida. As happens with accidents, your memory rewinds and your life passes in front of you, which in my case didn’t take very long. But you also see everything in slow motion – so you actually have time. I’m flying in the air and taking a good look around. As I said, it’s a beautiful day, I see far. The sea, the mountains, the clouds – right above me a particularly gorgeous little cloud in the shape of a bull’s head. I see the hole below gently closing in on me with millions of little cracks opening into canyons, and billions of even smaller cracks growing sideways. I land, I skid, I burn, filling all the little cracks with my skin.

I’m alive – I know because I see the bike half in the air on the edge of the abyss, the wheels spinning in opposite directions, and I couldn’t make that up. I’m black from the asphalt that has burned into my skin and there’s a substantial amount of blood to give it some colour. No one wore helmets in those days. It is, of course, Zeus who has saved me. I get my bike, it’s broken here and there, but the wheels look okay, so I begin walking it along. I’m kind of limping, but doing all right and soon the road starts to go downhill. The bike gains momentum and it’s getting hard to keep up with it. Anyway, it’s kind of humiliating limping next to a Honda 500, so I think to myself “what the heck” and I mount the bike again. I start the engine, and it works! Zeus, who else?

I’m driving along, not going fast, max 80, boring. I’m taking the curves real easy, it’s mid-afternoon when I arrive at the foot of the mountain, and start my ascent. The trail is steep, it’s scorching hot, I’m bleeding, I’m badly burned, but I can’t help putting on a little smile that I survived and will be seeing Zeus in a moment. With every step I’m getting faster, I’m climbing rocks, jumping creeks, going through bushes and cacti, leaving drops of blood all along the way. It’s going to be easy to find my way back. All I have to do is follow the blood. I’m looking into every cave, every hole, trying to find tracks and traces, but not a soul, no one there, neither human, nor divine. Not a vulture circling above my head.

I’m getting sour. I came all the way for nothing. Blood ­pudding peeling off my skin. Feels like being part of this wasteland. I’m naturally eroding with the hillside. Just then, from the distance, I hear the faint but clear sound of a bell ringing.

Thank God! I’m saved again! I see a bunch of wild goats sliding down a hillside – very professionally, as if they have been doing it all their lives, which in fact they have. They are semi-wild goats, occasionally milked by the locals and otherwise left to wander. Their leader has a little bell and nicely trimmed whiskers – a touch of class. Needless to say, it all comes down to me as a message from high above and finally everything falls into place. I understand why I had to come all the way to Crete – I have a revelation. In this crystallised and perfect moment, which can never be repeated, I finally grasp that I’m here to sacrifice a goat to Zeus.

The true nature of my mission in view, I regain control over my failing limbs. I feel fresh blood oozing down my neck, but I can’t stop. I’m chasing the goat. I’m driven like a maniac, trying to fulfil my duty to Zeus. But these goats are very good, they can climb trees. They even jump from tree to tree. And they have the home-team advantage. At one point, I nearly catch the goat with the bell, but I fall short, and a clump of hair remains in my hand. Holding the clump, ­breathing heavily on the edge of a boulder overlooking the Libyan Sea, I realise the absurdity of my situation. I have ­neither a weapon, nor the instinct to kill. I’m not the ­murderous type. What am I going to do if I catch it? Tickle it to death?

At that moment, a second revelation hits. As I wipe the blood off my neck, I realise that my moneybag is missing. The moneybag that was hanging around my neck, under my T-shirt. The moneybag that has all my money in Swiss francs and Greek drachmas and my ID. Apparently, Zeus did not want a sacrifice in blood, but in cash.

I’m bleeding, burned, broken and broke. I smell of goat, but it’s the smell of mortality more than anything else that I sense in the air. I am about to faint from blood loss, but I can’t help noticing a group of Greek gods bursting into eternal laughter from behind a cloud. I join in, and wind up laughing all the way home, laughing for the next three years, during which I pull myself together. I turned my attention from myth­ology to more earthly matters. I found my Europa and she found me, too.

I had nearly forgotten all about Zeus, when, three years later, I received a letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Although we had just passed from dictatorship to democracy and had held our first free election, Hungary was still a dodgy place.

I received a magnetic card at the door and had to wait in a glass room until they called my name. When I entered the room, an official threw my moneybag on the table. The moneybag I lost on Crete trying to sacrifice a goat to Zeus.

The complete staff have gathered to watch my agonising flashback. Is this yours? I keep staring. Check out what’s in it, says the civil servant, so I take a look and there is all my stuff, my money in Swiss francs and Greek drachmas and my ID, all intact. Apparently a Greek shepherd found it on the mountain and handed it over to the local authorities. But how it had travelled all the way – first to Heraklion, then to Athens, then to the Hungarian embassy and on to Budapest, all in the course of three years in the midst of major political change, is a mystery. I am sorry, but this could be explained only in mythological terms. Somehow my sacrifice had been accepted.

Even if I had delivered it in a clumsy way, all I was trying to say was that I wasn’t going to be part of a system where only a dog can have a career. I wanted to reach out to a higher value. Holding my moneybag, I suddenly felt at home. I figured it doesn’t matter which side of the Iron Curtain you’re standing on, if the gods are with you. I took some of the Swiss francs and changed them for forints. Then I went to a bookshop and bought a gigantic, heavily illustrated, rare volume of Greek mythology as a present for my mum.

Péter Zilahy is author of ‘The Last Window Giraffe’. He performed a version of this story for ‘The Moth on Broadway’ at Symphony Space in New York. He is presently an Albert Einstein Fellow in Berlin

Nos vamos a Sónar +D y prometemos contártelo todo

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En los últimos 25 años hemos visto cómo nacía y se desarrollaba la inmensa mayoría de la tecnología que conocemos y cómo se aplicaba a todos los ámbitos de la sociedad. Internet, que prometía ser una red abierta y descentralizada; el influjo de la inteligencia artificial, que lo conquista todo; la exploración espacial, que ha conocido avances exponenciales; las experiencias audiovisuales, que buscan, cada vez más, reinventarse en formatos de realidad aumentada y 360º. Todo esto, aplicado a la música, ha hecho que los escenarios se conviertan en un laboratorio creativo donde la IA, el blockchain e incluso la música en gravedad cero buscan abrirse paso.

Paralelamente a este desarrollo, el festival de música electrónica Sónar iba cumpliendo años e incorporando todos estos elementos. En esta edición, y para explorar estos ejes, Sónar+D  se suma a la celebración del 25º aniversario de Sónar y propone un congreso dedicado a las tecnologías creativas y la exploración de nuevos territorios tecnológicos entre los días 13 y 16 de junio en Barcelona. EL PAÍS RETINA, como media partner del evento, retransmitirá la cobertura en directo en Facebook Live y YouTube Live de distintas actividades que tendrán lugar en Sónar +D a lo largo de la próxima semana.

Este congreso diurno, que celebra su 6ª edición, reunirá durante cuatro jornadas a los nombres y proyectos clave que están dando forma al futuro de la música y las tecnologías creativas: más de 230 actividades, 150 ponentes y cerca de 5.000 acreditados de 3.000 empresas provenientes de 65 países. Entre los invitados de esta edición destacan organizaciones como la NASA y el MIT Media Lab; las actividades destacadas de este año incluyen un workshop de construcción de nanosatélites; la exposición The Glass Room Experience, que descubre la cara oculta de la tecnología que usamos día a día; y la oportunidad de conocer a los creadores que investigan el papel del arte fuera de la Tierra creando instrumentos para ser interpretados en gravedad cero, The zero gravity band.

El networking sigue siendo una de las estrellas de Sónar+D. Sus rincones los recorrerán no solo artistas, también tecnólogos, hackers, productores, creativos, pensadores y científicos. Además, el Startup Garden, un lugar en el que 30 startups mostrarán sus proyectos, y sus actividades asociadas serán el punto de reunión para inversores, empresas, startups y profesionales de los sectores más innovadores de las industrias creativas.

Qué: Sónar +D, el congreso que invita a imaginar los próximos 25 años de la música, internet y la cultura digital.

Dónde: Fira Montjuïc. Avinguda Rius i Taulet, s/n 08004 Barcelona.

Cuándo: Del miércoles 13 al sábado 16 de junio.

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Masked thugs attack PRIESTS in Nicaragua as they try to rescue anti-government protesters trapped inside church by armed yobs

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BALACLAVA clad thugs who support Nicaragua’s embattled government last night rounded on priests who were trying to help anti-regime protesters who had fled to a church.

Armed with guns and knives, the paramilitaries beat up a delegation of leaders of the central American country’s Roman Catholic church who were trying to help protesters who had taken refuge at the San Sebastian Basilica near the capital city of  Managua.

One of the armed thugs stormed the church where anti-regime protesters fled 
Catholic priest Edwin Roman is attacked by members of the pro-government Sandinista youth at the San Sebastian Basilica in Diriamba

The demonstrators had been stuck in the church since police and armed pro-government allies violently put down a protest in the city yesterday.

They had been protesting at the government of President Daniel Ortega, who has come under pressure to resign following a heavy-handed crack down on opponents to social security cuts introduced in April.

Human rights groups say at least eight civilians were killed and police said two of their own died.

Asediado por una turba enardecida que quería ingresar a la Basílica San Sebastián en Diriamba, fui herido, golpeado en el estómago, me arrebataron las insignias episcopales y agredido verbalmente. Estoy bien gracias a Dios. Se liberó la basílica y a quienes allí estaban. pic.twitter.com/9qTgugBjic

Bishop Silvio Jose Baez was cut on the arm as the group of priests tried to enter the church.

The Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua posted photos of Baez’s wond to its Twitter account with a message saying that pro-government “gangs awaited them, specifically to physically attack them”.

The message continued: “Lord, forgive them for they know not what they do.”

Dozens of government sympathisers – chanting “murderers!” and “we want peace” and waving flags of the ruling Sandinista National Liberation Front –  began attacking the religious delegation as they arrived at the besieged church. 

Some journalists were also attacked and had their equipment stolen.

Some of the masked men from the mob that attacked the priests and protesters
The hooligans burst into the church and began hurling obscene insults at the holy-men

The delegation succeeded in safely escorting out the demonstrators.

But Alvaro Leiva, director of the Nicaraguan Pro-Human Rights Association, who accompanied the delegation, said he was left speechless by the attack.

He said: “Honestly, I never expected something like that would happen, a total disrespect.”

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The attack on the clerics came a day after both Brenes and Baez made comments critical of Ortega’s government.

Last night the cardinal called on the president to end forceful clearings of roadblocks, saying it would only “bring more pain” and “this situation is being placed on your shoulders”.

Baez said Catholic authorities, who have been mediating on-and-off talks, would evaluate whether they could resume this week after Ortega ruled out early elections.

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Hotel Viura Expert Review

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Hotel Viura

Calle Mayor s/n, Villabuena de Álava, Álava 01307, Spain

Hotel Viura is a luxurious, avant-garde oasis in the heart of wine country. The post-modern boutique hotel, with its colorful cubist design, is a stark contrast to the medieval stone village of Villabuena de Álava that surrounds it. The chic hotel features a rooftop terrace, a terrific restaurant, plenty of bodegas and wine tastings nearby, and unique rooms that are both stylish and exceptionally comfortable. Its location in the middle of Rioja Alavesa makes it an excellent home base for exploring all that the region has to offer, and Logroño, Haro, and Laguardia are just short drives away.

The staff here is insanely passionate in helping take care of every need; don’t hesitate to use their assistance for anything from transportation arrangements to private bodega tours to simply bringing a drink from the bar up to the roof for you.

room

While no two rooms are the same, they are all designed with open modern layout that creates an airy feel, while features like big French windows, stone floors, and walls adorned with oxidized concrete slabs and industrial artwork add to the stylish setting. All 53 rooms are stocked with a curated selection of local wines and come complete with complimentary waters, Wi-Fi, and flatscreen TVs. Suites feature private balconies.

The library downstairs holds a great collection of DVDs, offered in many different languages, that guests can borrow from the front desk and watch in their room.

bathroom

The open layout means there is no door separating the washroom area from the rest of the bedroom, which works well aesthetically with the rest of the design. Don’t worry though, toilets and full bathtubs are in a private room separated by frosted glass doors.

Take advantage of the sumptuous toiletries here, like the Greek honey orange shampoos and green tea body lotion.

lobby

The sophisticated and experimental interior of the hotel is as striking as its exterior; exposed bedrock runs along one side, creating the artistic sensation of a hotel erupting right out from the earth. Impressive paintings adorn concrete walls and the blown glass jugs trapped within clever wooden sculptures pay tribute to the wine country. Past the reception area is a splendid library as well as a lounge area that would feel at home in a museum of modern art.

pool

The hotel does not have a private pool, but it does offer guests free access to a clean and relaxing public pool directly across the street from the hotel during the summer months.

spa

The hotel offers a wide selection of wellness services, revitalizing massages, and face & body treatments. Reservations should be made in advance.

For a unique experience befitting of the region, try the Wine Elixir facial, where the healing qualities of grapes are incorporated into a rejuvenating mask treatment.

gym

Located in an enclosed glass room on the rooftop terrace, the fitness room is definitely style over substance. Though strength workouts are limited to a range of dumbbells, the real pleasure of the gym is stepping onto one of the cardio machines and taking in a panoramic view of the old town and rising mountains beyond as you sweat out the previous night’s bottle of wine.

dining

On the bottom floor of the hotel is Restaurant Viura, an elegant dining room with wine barrels covering the roof and enormous floor-to-ceiling windows that let natural light pour in. The inspired regional cooking here (albeit a tad expensive) is as outstanding as the wine on offer, which is fortunate given that it is the only place in the vicinity to have an upscale dinner without having to drive. A small selection of lighter fare is offered at the bar.

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Directly adjacent to the hotel is an upscale wine gallery, cellar, and tasting bar with outdoor seating where guests can enjoy all of the best wines of the region paired with light snacks to go along with them. It is also an excellent place to buy a bottle for later, with the hotel’s expert sommelier ready to help. There is also a fantastic bar within the hotel tucked away behind the reception area in a sleek open lounge space complete with a grand piano. Peculiarly stacked wooden boxes of wine are affixed to the ceiling, creating an upside-down visual appeal, while modern art adorns the walls. The bar has a covered outdoor patio that is open during the summer months.

And speaking of summer months, a favorite feature of the hotel is their sprawling rooftop terrace, which offers plenty of seating as well as gorgeous views Sierra de la Cantabria Mountains. Though there is no bar on the roof, guests can bring drinks from the bar or, even better, the bartenders and hotel staff are always happy to deliver drink orders up there for you.

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Getting Around

A car is the best way to arrive to the property, though the hotel is also happy to help arrange private transportation service in advance from wherever you may be coming from for those without wheels. Located in the tiny village of Villabuena de Álava, the hotel can be notoriously hard to find, so make sure your GPS is pre-programmed before you set out. Once here, there are a number of wineries within walking distance, though a car or bike would be helpful for exploring the greater region at large.

The hotel offers complimentary bike rentals for guests who want an active and scenic way to visit the surrounding bodegas and vineyards.

Restaurants

Bar La Plaza (2-minute walk), is, as you may have guessed, a bar that sits on the picturesque central plaza of town, just behind the hotel. The café is great for a plate of unfussy Spanish food or a pintxo and a drink out on one of the plaza tables during a warm day. Guests looking for a place to eat in nearby Laguardia should try Amelibia (15-minute drive), a local favorite serving up creative Rioja cuisine with breathtaking views.

Bars

There are no less than a dozen distinguished wineries within a mile of the hotel. Start with Bodegas Luis Cañas (9-minute walk), a bodega featuring intimate facilities, a friendly staff, and some of the best wine in the region.

For a charming local experience, stroll up the hill to Sotera Taberna (3-minute walk), a delightful little roadside pub along the main stretch of the village.

WHY WE LIKE IT

The hotel’s iconoclastic design juxtaposed against its old-world surroundings ends up feeling at home with the rest of the radical Basque art movement as a whole. Modern luxury, splendid services, and a variety of amenities make Hotel Viura a marvelous retreat right in the center of wine country with all the region has to offer at guests’ fingertips. And we love that all of this comes at an outstanding price for this type of a property.

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ONE passenger has died and another 20 were injured after a plane crashed into a field near South Africa’s capital this afternoon.

Photographs taken by bystanders show the wreckage of a Convair plane lying in a field on the outskirts of Pretoria after apparently crashing into a building.

The badly damaged plane can be seen with major damage to the noise and tail

The aircraft crashed near a residential area called Derdepoort, which is near the Wonderboom airport, emergency services say, according to press agency AFP.

The charter plane has Martin’s Air Charter on the side its fuselage.

Russel Meiring, a spokesman for paramedic company ER24, says the injuries range from minor to critical.

Photographs from the scene show a damaged charter aircraft in a field and a damaged building which the plane apparently flew into.

Debris is strewn all around the crash site
The plane missed a nearby residential area when it came down

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Two air medical services helicopters have also been pictured at the scene, while a building nearby appears to have been destroyed.

Photographs on social media claim to show inside the passenger plane show a badly damaged interior.

It is unclear whether the plane had been full with passengers when it come down.

Authorities are investigating.

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    Enigmatic Engineering – Yuichi Yokoyama’s Visionary Architecture – Part 1

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    The most interesting comic-book of this years SPX was easily Yuichi Yokoyama’s New Engineering. I’ve been obsessing about Yokoyama’s work since I first saw random pages from his books posted online. Now that I actually got my hands New Engineering I’ve been concocting all kinds of strategies for reading and understanding this work. I decided to string together a bunch of notes, observations and theories I’ve accumulated over the last few of weeks into this loose essay. Hopefully this will make some sense to someone out there and they will find it useful in looking at Yuichi Yokoyama’s work. By no means do I think any of this is the definitive way of looking at this work. Picturebox plans on publishing further volumes in the near future, and that work may contradict some of things I say here.

    I see the stories in New Engineering fall into two distinct, though interconnected, categories. First, there are the ‘engineering’ stories, where massive architectural projects are realized by gigantic machinery with some aid from the humans (are they human?). The second category contains everything else. These are stories of combat, athletics, warfare, fashion, etc. I’ll first talk about the separate categories. Later I’ll attempt to make some sort of unified statement on their relationship. First up is engineering.

    Spread from Memorial To Newton (read from right to left).
    Click to enlarge.

    I. Enigmatic Engineering

    The first thing that came to my mind when I saw pages from New Engineering (the story with that title also shared by the
    book) was J.G. Ballard’s first novel The Wind from Nowhere. In the book, the surface of the whole planet is rapidly destroyed by a powerful wind, which increases in force with deadly regularity. As the planet is literally sandblasted into a cue ball, and civilization is on the brink of annihilation, a mysterious structure is being built – in secret – by a megalomaniacal millionaire Hardoon. The description of the building process has an uncanny resemblance to the Yokoyama depicts the massive feats of engineering in his stories.

    Here’s a taste:

    “The hill had gone, obliterated beneath the gigantic jaws of fleets of bulldozers, its matrix scooped out like the pulp of a fruit and carried away on the endless lines of trucks.

    Below the sweeping beams of powerful spotlights, their arcs cutting through the whirling dust, huge pylons were rooted into the black earth, then braced back by hundreds of steel hawsers. In the intervals between them vast steel sheets were erected, welded together to form a continuous windshield a hundred feet high.

    Even before the first screen was complete the first graders were moving into the sheltered zone behind it, sinking their metal teeth into the bruised earth, leveling out a giant rectangle. Steel forms were shackled into place and scores of black-suited workers moved rapidly like frantic ants, pouring in thousands of gallons of concrete.

    As each layer annealed, the forms were unshackles and replaced further up the sloping flanks of the structure. First ten feet, then 20 and 30 feet high, it rose steadily into the dark night.”

    detail from meorial to newton by yokoyamaDetail from Memorial To Newton. “Like frantic ants…”

    This is only the first of several similar passages in the novel. Ballard totally dispenses with a human perspective. The construction is apprehended from a series of unnatural vantage points that allow us to experience the massiveness of the endeavor. Humans at this scale are “like frantic ants.” Since Ballard doesn’t have any visuals accompanying his prose, we have to imagine the scene. With Yokoyama, we are provided with vague glimpses. Chris Lanier has a great description:

    “Yokoyama uses off-panel space with a droll brilliance — machines that cut rock or drill into the earth appear from the edges of the panels, needing no plausible leverage or further apparatus to do their work. The mysterious engine that runs these tools is the invisible will of the artist; the drill bits and jackhammers are really extensions of Yokoyama’s pen. The people in these stories have far less presence than the machines — they come at the end of the narratives to make the finishing touches and
    voice their approval.”

    What distinguishes New Engineering from The Wind from Nowhere is that Ballard eventually tells us what is being built and why: a gigantic steel pyramid designed to withstand the force of the wind. Hardoon, the builder, hopes not only to survive the catastrophe but thrive in it as well. But his motives aren’t entirely clear and sometimes the reader is led to believe the pyramid exist solely so Hardoon can comfortably sit in his steel cage, watch the world turn to dust and listen to the savage howl of the hurricane. Hardoon is a typically Ballardian character who transforms and adapts as best he can to circumstances on the ground (disasters in this case and in his early novels, but in his later work modernity and technology are enough). We encounter these characters in what we recognize as ‘our’ world, but they already belong to another, hidden world, emerging in our midst like one of Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities. And with the new world come new psycho(patho)logies. This is what’s missing from Yokoyama’s structures. The author consciously avoids depicting the psychology of his world. In the interview that is published in New Engineering Yokoyama says that he wants to create

    “ Characters without psychology – I am interested neither in the feelings of people nor in their emotions. I examine only what
    is to the eye. My characters do not work towards the satisfaction of a collective or individual interest, but to achieve a great goal, to achieve a great mission. ”

    From New Engineering. Click to Enlarge.

    These “great goals” and “great missions” are opaque to us. They seem absurd, strange and bizarre. Again Chris Lanier:

    “ Its four stories show the construction of strange monuments and spaces. They describe huge mobilizations of resources for apparently useless ends. One “public work” is a fluorescent-lit room, set into a boulder, positioned in front of an absolutely straight (and also artificially constructed) canal. Another is a glass room, outfitted with chairs and a floor of Astroturf, set under the surface of a man-made lake. These constructions are not only absurd in themselves, the methods of construction are entirely impractical. The third “public work” is an artificial mountain, assembled from boulders that are dropped from airplanes, then coated with glue flowing from a single hose.”

    If Yokoyama wants to banish psychology from his pages, we as readers want to put it right back. Because we lack direct knowledge of Yokoyama’s world we proceed archeologically and anthropologically. We compare our world, or the artifacts of our world to the ones depicted in New Engineering in an attempt to excavate the smallest bits of meaning. Chris Lanier finds similarities between New Engineering and the kinetic architecture of superhero comics. James Benedict Brown can’t help but wonder about the ‘why,’ ‘how’ and ‘where’ of the New Engineering projects and compares their depiction to the sterility, purity and disconnection of contemporary mainstream architectural photography.

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    Cenotaph for Sir Isaac Newton, by Boulle.

    Indeed, Yokoyama’s world is close enough to the one we live in to make direct comparisons irresistible. In the “Memorial
    to Newton” sequence Yokoyama provides us with a clue as to purpose or origin of these enigmatic works. The comic shows crowds of people irresistibly drawn to climb the immense Memorial to Newton structure. This is the only building that has any reality
    in our world and can be looked at as a key of sorts. It refers to the unbuilt and imaginary Cenotaph for Sir Isaac Newton by the 18th Century visionary French architect Etienne Louis Boulle. Reading New Engineering comics I couldn’t help but think of the endless variety of massive and visionary architecture that has been built or un-built in the course of human history. Starting with the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Egyptian Pyramids, Roman Aqueducts and Temples, the great Gothic Cathedrals, the visionary paper architecture of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, The Crystal Palace, to the massive and often baffling projects of today’s
    starchitects that are going up all over the world. The list goes on.

    The Pyramids of Las Vegas and the wonders of Dubai.

    Many of these structures, especially the ancient ones, are as unfamiliar to us as Yokoymas. What do we make of the Great Pyramids? The Easter Island sculptures? After centuries of trying to ‘solve’ the riddle of the Great Pyramid we’re really no closer to understanding the psychology of the builders.

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    Perhaps the closest relatives of Yokoyama’s context-less plastic mega-structures can be found in places like Dubai (or Las Vegas, etc). Dubai is a veritable laboratory of modern architectural gigantism. Artificial islands and archipelagos in the shape of palm trees or the world itself, rotating skyscrapers, tallest towers in the world, these are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Ostensibly we think we understand these structures. They are supposed to be engines of economics growth, steel and concrete representations of financial capital.When we look at them in the larger context of globalization, global warming, war, and peak oil they seem baffling and foreign, but they retain an irresistible and seductive pull. We are drawn not just to what these structures represent, but also to their sheer physicality. In fact climbing great monuments of civilization is one of the great past times of today (and yesterday). People will travel thousands of miles for the privilege of climbing not only the Great Pyramids, but also the pyramids of Las Vegas. What has been the initial impulse of the many people who first encounter the Great Pyramid of Egypt? To climb it!

    Part 2 coming soon.

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    How to make your cybersecurity event more engaging

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    I’m fascinated by how cybersecurity enthusiasts and organisers present and run their events, as that seems to be crucial in (a) getting people to come along, (b) triggering action.

    I attended three cybersecurity events in September – Cryptoparty London, Cy3sec and Cybersecurity for ‘Real People’ – and learnt a lot from how they engage, or don’t. Conclusion: Infosec events need to be a LOT more practical and engaging and to deliver on what they promise. Drinks/snacks also help with after-work events.

    1. Cryptoparty London

    Organised by:

    A tech consultancy and a civil rights group put together the London event but this is just part of a larger decentralized movement of CryptoParties with events happening all over the world. “The goal is to pass on knowledge about protecting yourself in the digital space. This can include encrypted communication, preventing being tracked while browsing the web, and general security advice regarding computers and smartphones.”

    Approach

    Put it in a bar, call it a ‘party’, have infosec-themed cocktails, offer interactive break-out workshops (on Tor browser, Bitcoin, email encryption and smartphone surveillance) and lightning talks with a stage and large screen, surveillance-based visuals, digital art and music. September was the tester – it went very well and is now going monthly.

    Pros

    • Beginners welcome
    • Networking, sense of community, expert access
    • A nice dark room and sociable vibe for tired people after work
    • Practical workshops, how-tos and Q&As
    • Stickers and swag on the tables

    Cons

    • It’s held in London – I’m in Birmingham
    • It ran way over time so I missed my second workshop
    • Logistics – bar noise/numbers made workshops hard to hear for some
    • Attendees seemed highly engaged and knowledgable already – bar too high for newbies?

    Summary

    CryptoParty’s main objective is to “tear down the mental walls which prohibit people to even think about these topics” – on that aim, it was definitely the best for engagement and practical learning. I’m now set up on Tor Browser and just wish I could have stayed longer.

    2. Cy3Sec

    Organised by:

    Fizzpop – a popular Birmingham-based maker/hacker group with its own workshop space. Its first cybersecurity workshop was set up on Meetup and is set to run monthly.

    Approach

    One presenter talking to attendees around a table, small group style. There was a tech fail on the projector front which didn’t help. The speaker was a real-life locksmith so the focus was very much on how the hackers break in. The Meetup blurb said:

    “The first hour will be on ‘beginner’ topics, then half an hour to chat, then an hour on a more advanced topic(s). If people want to do a short talk, great. There may be Bluetooth lock picking. There might be hacking a local server. A talk on decapping chips. If you’ve something to teach or explain about, please let us know.”

    Pros

    • Beginners welcome
    • Quiet workspace, easy to get involved
    • Unusual angle – locksmith/hacker, physical access to devices
    • Free-roam topics and tech nerd view (how to kill people and start wars through hacking) = an interesting experience!

    Cons

    • Attendees were Fizzpop members, a brain surgeon and a someone with a Masters in cybersecurity – not exactly beginners friendly
    • Mostly a one-way talk, lots of assumed knowledge, and attack based with cybersecurity solution more an afterthought
    • Departed from promised structure and timings
    • Sense of being an outsider entering a tech nerd’s member’s club

    Summary

    I never knew where this session was going or what I was going to get or even when it was going to end. Some structure and communication would really help this session. The Fizzpop-style focus on physical hacking and USB baiting, and ‘how stuff works’ was way above my knowledge grade but learning how to hack could fill a useful gap if done at beginners level and with a sense of playful fun that is the Fizzpop way.

    Despite the exclusive feel, I am tempted to go back – albeit with a flask of tea and some biscuits, and just enjoy the random weirdness of Fizzpop life.

    3. Cybersecurity for ‘real people’

    Birmingham ORG cybersecurityOrganised by:

    The Open Rights Group Birmingham – which runs regular events on cybersecurity and data privacy for concerned citizens. It feels more political although the offer is also practical. It campaigns to protect and promote digital rights in Birmingham and beyond. It was also set up on Meetup:

    Approach

    The purpose was to offer practical cybersecurity advice that ‘real people’, not just digital geeks, can understand and apply in their daily lives. There were two main speakers, a large screen, a Powerpoint presentation and chairs for the audience. Although it was billed as a workshop, it was really more of an advice session/talk, with little opportunity to interact – one of the problems of running through a set of slides.

    Pros

    • Beginners welcome – had the most varied mix of people of all three events
    • Darkened room for viewing slides, the acoustics weren’t great though
    • Practical advice on sending secure emails and messages, password managers, Tor browser
    • Beginners friendly – idea of just ‘change one thing’
    • Friendly, open, inclusive vibe

    Cons

    • More political stance – which may put off some; would be good to know more about the trade-offs not just follow advice blindly
    • Tried to pack too much in – people asking more in-depth questions but no time to cover
    • Top-down talk – less engaging than a practical workshop

    Summary

    This was my first ORG session and the organisers obviously know their stuff, but it was a skim across the surface and felt like an intro session to a longer course. I think they could increase engagement with less content and more practical focus, and as the session started at 6.30pm, maybe see if they can get sponsorship for some refreshments as most people come directly from work.

    The immersive option?

    Data privacy is a hard sell, even though it’s one of the biggest issues of our time with surveillance and data capture growing exponentially and often obfuscated and kept out of sight.

    Most people know they should do ‘something’ but maybe think it’s too techy, or a hassle, or like me, tell themselves that they’ll get around to it one day and hope they don’t get sprung in the meantime. In short, there are barriers for everyone to overcome.

    This next event could be the answer… and I’m pleased to report that I’ve managed to get a spot helping out at The Glass Room London, which opens for three weeks at the end of October.

    Curated by Tactical Tech and produced by Mozilla, The Glass Room, was attended by over 10,000 visitors in New York City last year.

    It is ALL about the engagement, with people coming in off the street to an immersive, dystopian tech store that exposes the state of their data privacy. Data Detox Kits will be handed out. And there will be interactive exhibits.

    It looks really really good, and will be blogged.

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