carlos.katastrofsky at gmx.net
Wed May 10 21:19:31 CEST 2006
... a kind of psychoanalysis. i tried to do some practical - aesthetical
research on freud et.al.
quoting http://www.kevinwilson.info/dream/freud_dreams.php :
"Freud believed the dream to be composed of two parts. The manifest and
the latent content. The manifest content can be thought of as what a
person would remember as soon as they wake - what they would consciously
describe to someone else when recalling the dream [that's what the
pictures are to me]. Freud suggested that the manifest content possessed
no meaning whatsoever because it was a disguised representation of the
true thought [in my opinion this is the code] underlying the dream."
so, to me, these pics are the representation of dreams, determined by the
code lying underneath with a certain amount of randomness (in freudian
terms maybe the id) which is - altough - not a true randomness. it's
pseudo- randomness and thereby determined, too.
On Wed, 10 May 2006 03:07:53 +0200, marc <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org>
> Hi Carlos,
> >but how can one get access to these dreams?
> I was wondering...are these drawings actual data - or a creative
> representation of...as dreams?
>> randomness is the subconscious of machines. dreaming at night, when
>> power is off, they can't find a way to access their logic operations.
>> so everything that remains is randomness, generated by rays of energy
>> from outer space.
>> far below the power that is needed to turn the machine (or at least
>> parts of it) on, these tiny amounts of energy generate dreams in
>> anorganic brains...
>> but how can one get access to these dreams? filtering possibilities
>> through randomness allows a machine to express itself. if you look
>> close enough, you will see the hidden code lying underneath...
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