Monthly Archives: December 2016

Stirring Together, In the Midst of the Unending Stream

I traced a circle on the ground, It was a mystic figure strange Wherein I thought there would abound Mute symbols adequate of change, And complex formulas of Law, Which is the jaws of Change’s maw. My simpler thoughts in … Continue reading

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Looking Around, Called to Attention

Juno Goes to the Getty from Hammer Museum on Vimeo. My own artistic goals include a first order objective: that the art work bring the potential viewer to a full stop and motivate this viewer to use their vision and … Continue reading

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Systematic Ways to Look at Seeming Chaos

'Flying Dutchman' Draft Film Trailer by Alan Nguyen and Sutu from Alan Nguyen on Vimeo. This Electrified Pirate Ship Was Made with a Virtual Reality Paintbrush h/t Peter Kirn at Create Digital Music

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A Magic Trick: Explain By Creating

In trickster’s case, how did mental fakery come to replace incarnate fakery? It is one thing for trypanosomes to change their skins; another for Raven to become a leaf floating in spring water; another still for storytellers to have imagined … Continue reading

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Legacy Art Works #8 Desert Blues

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End of History Illusion

This idea upends a cognitive bias that may well have been valuable 100,000 years ago. Add the actuality of contingency and the fragility of the appearance of stability of the personality is obvious.

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Working Away From the Center

Virgins with T-squares and compasses, guarding the heavenly blackboards. And the angel of numbers reflective, flying from the 1 to the 2, from the 2 to the 3, from 3 to the 4. Dead chalk and sponges rule and erase … Continue reading

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Unities

One is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do Two can be as bad as one It’s the loneliest number since the number one No is the saddest experience you’ll ever know Yes, it’s the saddest experience you’ll ever know … Continue reading

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So Humbling, Together

If the Moon Were One Pixel One real world is enough! (G. Santayana) Bonus enlightenment: Interactive Journey up Mount Everest

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