[NetBehaviour] mesh line protection

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Tue Nov 25 07:38:03 CET 2008

mesh line protection

http://www.alansondheim.org/ mesh jpgs - do check these out - moire pat-
tern in relation to both Second Life interference and your screen - simple
but oddly effective. Then http://www.alansondheim.org/fan.mp4 shows one
section immediately below the skysphere where everything linked up! Both
of these you have to experience yourself - the images are crystal clear
but they don't give the amazing movement effect you'd get by going to the
exhibition, the same old tired one, and crawling up into the sky sphere
and just below and above. many new smokers too. o julu this seems so tir-
ing i fight myself to make something wonderful on the same old patch of
land no one can even stand up in that space the skies are filled with
things not planes nothing could fly through barrage balloons veering in
and out like deranged tornados hardened turned crystalline. my selenite
polishing has come full course and here are the results. through the cam-
era slight lightening and darkening with polaroid, to be expected. then
placing the specimen on edge at a fairly acute angle, reddening and bluing
and no darkening so i read in optical mineralogy about selenite slides
that are used in crystal identification where doubled refractive indices
are compared in mineralogy microscopes and there are some images that
remind one of the beauty of the world when minerals made me hold my breath
with their strange loveliness, here is an example, the softness of the
mineral selenite and what it means with that slight warmth to touch and
caress. yet there is no title for this writing, no phrase unlocking far-
ther than a reach across, chasm-chiasm, there was a kestrel today and two
species of ducks i had not seen before

this line is protective of the one above it /

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