[NetBehaviour] When Designs Flicker. (Florian Cramer)

marc garrett marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Wed Nov 28 10:36:11 CET 2007


 > my name has not any relation  with mama or papa with any 
Freudian,Lacanian or Psychoanalytic shit

.......Another Serious Declaration!-)

marc
> Serious Declaration!
>  
> Exactly! pa means ba means ga
> pa sound ga sounds aga
> my name has not any relation  with mama or papa with any 
> Freudian,Lacanian or Psychoanalytic shit
>  
> thanks
>
>
>  
> 2007/11/27, marc.garrett at furtherfield.org 
> <mailto:marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org 
> <mailto:marc.garrett at furtherfield.org>>:
>
>     This is the html link...
>     http://cramer.plaintext.cc:70/00-recent/designs_flicker/when_designs_flicker
>     .html
>
>     marc
>
>
>     When Designs Flicker.
>
>     Florian Cramer
>
>     April 30th, 2006
>
>     In 1976, developmental psychologists Harry McGurk and John MacDonald
>     dubbed a video recording of a person prouncing the word "ka" with
>     the a
>     sound recording of a person uttering the syllable "ma." Unlike in
>     movies
>     dubbed into a different language, listeners actually "heard" the
>     syllable
>     formed by the lip movements as opposed to the one that was spoken
>     on the
>     audio track. Alternatively, the audio-recorded syllable "ba"
>     synched with
>     the lip pronounciation of "ga" results in a perception of the word
>     "da."
>     {1} Various demonstrations of this phenomenon exist in the web, for
>     example on the site http://www.media.uio.no/personer/arntm/
>     McGurk_english.html, proving not only that the effect works, but
>     that it
>     functions even when the video has only a poor resolution and image
>     quality
>     below older analog home video standards. The "McGurk effect" (as it is
>     officially called) demonstrates that what we see can actually
>     alter what
>     we hear. It also shows that different sense perceptions can not be
>     isolated, but interfere, thus rendering classifications and
>     separations of
>     single "media" more problematic than it conventionally seems. The
>     effect
>     is also shaking our common assumptions of the physicality of sense
>     perception, showing how perception is neither passive, nor
>     objective, but
>     literally means to make sense. Feeding those makings of sense back
>     to the
>     senses, Dragana Antic's Sounds of the Qualia is a precise
>     reflection of
>     this. When user of her installation hear their own footsteps anew, as
>     unfamiliar sounds, behavioral automatisms get disrupted and
>     exposed. Just
>     like in one's puzzled observation of the McGurk effect, perceptional
>     awareness results not only in heightened critical awareness of
>     oneself in
>     relation to one's environment. The deconditioning also reveals the
>     subconscious and imaginary.
>
>     more...
>     http://cramer.plaintext.cc:70/00-recent/designs_flicker/when_designs_flicker
>     .txt
>
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