In case of tensegrity in particular: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_Snelson
I’m sure the 42 hours of screening would be worth my time and that of a number of friends around me.
My problem/challenge though is how to facilitate a structure that would get me through all the footage. I mean I can’t imagine binge watching for 3 days straight or maybe that’s the point, maybe I should just try that. Or maybe is weekly sesssions better like some sort of book club? I Need ideas.
How would you suggest to structure a small group screening?
Assuming you had some profound knowledge recorded from an earlier time that you needed to get a group to get through, how would you do it?
In any case, it's the type of thing I would love to read, so you have at least one reader if you do so. :)
My favourite exercise in applying Bucky’s work was to take his self-disciplines (from Critical Path) and modify them for myself.
The value for me was/is the process of making his work personal to me. What stands out about Bucky’s work is that it’s still (if no more so) relevant today. Maybe it is something I should blog about :)
The first thing that comes to mind is a viewing/discussion format. It will take longer, but it will go deeper, too.
I recommend you watch the whole segment.
(A working replica. It's miserable on the road. Rear wheel steering was not a good idea. Makes parking easier, and driving much harder.)