ps: Lea, I’ve been meaning to write to you about your performance at Death by Audio on November 8th.
from THE CINEMA AS A CONCERT HALL Alexis Bhagat & Lauren Rosati, 2011 — Formal Problem: A fundamental problem of “sound art” is that it is non-essential.
After dinner, they went upstairs to their room and made love, and as Franz fell asleep, his thoughts began to lose coherence.
Notes from Soundscape: Our Sonic Environment and The Tuning of the World Outdoors (Music Everywhere) to Cathedral (Music Inside) Concert Hall/Opera House (Music from a Focused Point, Music and Hierarchy, Music Seen – APPEARANCE) Broadcast and Recording / Schizophinia Man ha always tried to destroy his enemies w/ Terrible Noises – p.
(1) One should become a Bodhisattva… (2) There is no such thing as a Bodhisattva… The solution of this dilemma lies in nothing else than the fearless acceptance of both contradictory facts.
I got a christmas card today, a few days late–from my friend Alice Gerard, which included a little Year-End review, “Pictures and Tales of 2010.” Her story for January talked about taking drawing classes at the National Portrait Gallery while she was in Washington, DC to join in the Voices for Creative Non-Violence and Witness Against Torture protests against extensions of the operations at the Guantanamo Bay prison.