[NetBehaviour] crystallization, pleasure

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Fri Oct 5 17:35:22 CEST 2018



crystallization, pleasure

http://www.alansondheim.org/cp1.jpg
https://youtu.be/tmppzJe2NZ4
http://www.alansondheim.org/cp2.jpg

crystallization of pleasure as roundelays complete, compete with
an untoward concept of perfection. but here, some sort of
relaxation as competing vectors and marks transform and coalesce
among the motion capture machinery and software attempting to
make sense of avatar dissections and collisions.

think of consciousness, in fact, in the midst of the crystals
which are more than enough of the body, petrification of the
male and female into patterns having no relationship to
crystallization, say, will disappear - through or extruded
through processes of coherent vectors, the great hollowing of
mass, its collapse through clays to the more traditional organic
carbon. this says nothing, portending the biological
unredeemability of general systems theory.

at least what's going on, dance for example, between two people,
the markers divided between them; sometimes dancing independent-
ly, sometimes swinging each other around, the red markers
showing the positions just as some of them slide, trying to find
- on their own - the propriety proper for joining up once again
to the presence of the body. so there are several layers,
including the music which is added after the fact, improvisation
on guitar which lock in, on occasion, to the performers; i'm
still thinking of merce cunningham, who also separated dance and
music, at times discordant, and at times creating a fictitious
fabric of simultaneity.

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< make sense of avatar dissections and collisions.
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> make sense of avatar dissections and collisions.
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< think of consciousness, in fact, in the midst of the crystals
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> think of consciousness, in fact, in the midst of the crystals
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< music, at times discordent, and at times creating a fictitious
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> music, at times discordent, and at times creating a fictitious




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