“NOW WHAT, FOR heaven’s sake? Just look at that list of credits! Where does she find the space and time?”. –
Bruce Sterling, Science fiction author and ISO collaborator discusses the latest goings on at NBH Studios in his WIRED blog
. He then goes on to discuss the launch of Nelly’s latest project, The Life, The Sea and The Space Viking and the International Space Orchestra supporting Sigur Rós at the Hollywood Bowl.
Nelly Ben Hayoun has been interviewed by Will Hudson from Its Nice That, as part of the launch of his latest project Lecture In Progress. Lecture in Progress is an educational resource that exists to help the next generation of creatives make better career decisions. Lecture in Progress is now having a kickstarter campaign, support them here
The Dots has published an article featuring an interview with Nelly Ben Hayoun discussing the International Space Orchestra in depth. Nelly is quoted saying, “Ideas are everywhere, that is the most human skills we have: imagination. It’s also a ‘muscle’, all of us have ideas; the most difficult part is to make them a reality — to filter them, to edit them, to transfer them and then to deliver them. That’s where the ‘creative’ starts for me. Having ideas is not complex, making them happen is the hard bit. The first step is to start, with the International Space Orchestra, it was firing off 100’s of emails, building relationships and moving forward, from there”.
Nelly Ben Hayoun has been interviewed by Rob Alderson from WeTransfer on The Works discussing the launch of her latest project, The Life, The Sea and The Space Viking. Nelly discusses how she picks the projects that she works on saying, ‘Firstly it’s curiosity, to actually pick the subjects that you think are going to merge and collide in an interesting way.
Design Indaba has featured the The International Space Orchestra on its website. The article discusses the ISO’s forthcoming gig at the Hollywood Bowl. The band will support Sigur Rós at the legendary Hollywood Bowl venue on the 24th September. Design Indaba is a multifaceted platform committed to creating a better world through creativity.