this is a gallery block of images. can have a lot more than 30 images in here. But how do I show any info/data about these?
This is a summary block of a blog. Can do wall format (shown) or grid of max 30 image (could stack multiple summary blocks on top of one another as a workaround though). I like that I can show just the excerpts here and so then I could have hyperlinks to other content. If I categorize the blog posts accordingly, I can have the excerpts link to other pages of summary blocks that categorize the blog posts (I don't think I can send it to the categorized blog page itself - as that would just return the entry title and no image, per my other settings for the News and Blog feeds).
I think we just need to think about what we want this proces section to do. But I'm trying to find a way it can be like S.O.'s.
Using this page as a way to test out display ideas for content. First couple of galleries are potential index page options. Can have click-through images on gallery pages, plus display title below images. Can lead you to individual project pages. I'm just using existing galleries now, but I should make new galleries by category. I need to find out if I can just dump all the photos into one gallery, but then use tags/categories to sort for display here. That would be easier and make the sorting more dynamic.
I think I can make an archive using featured images with clickthrough capability.
This is a test of a project summary page with all the narrative information about a project. Not sure about this yet as a strategy or usefulness.
steel, rubber, glass mirror, existing derelict “skyway” pedestrian bridge
120 x 180 x 984 inches
Commissioned by CityDeskStudio and Aimee Jobe, Minneapolis, MN
Jennifer Newsom Carruthers and Tom Carruthers of Dream The Combine (artists); Clayton Binkley of ARUP Seattle (engineering); Bo Jacobsson (steel fabrication); Andrew Latreille (photography); Caylon Hackwith (photography); Isaac Gale (videography).
Videos by Dream The Combine at https://vimeo. com/126320794 & https://vimeo.com/126321507.
Two inward-facing, moveable mirrors are suspended at either end of the skyway from a tensegrity supported gimbal, creating a visually infinite environment that bridges toward distant horizons. The virtual space flexes as the wind rotates the mirrors with a mere 35 pounds of pressure. The work’s title is both an emotional expression and a verbal play on lengthening.
Some days are calm, with breezes inducing a gentle swaying of the vanishing point. Other moments are more violent, as the wind pushes force- fully and turns the entire sculpture into a grinding, lurching machine. The experience is visceral — you feel the wind on your face, hear the creaking of the moving joints, and see the floor and ceiling warp unpredictably as you occupy the animate reflections. There is little interior stability as the illusion of depth yearns for a homing ground. Infinity wanders longingly, and the space it implies bends into new forms.