This volume documents four sound pieces that dramatize auditory illusions, effectively composing within the relationship between our perception of pitch and the localization of sound, as we process the two in our auditory cortices. The pieces are partly transcribed using a form of notation called “typotranslation,” developed by Hecker at MIT.
CURRENT READING: Florian Hecker:Chimerizations: DAP : Introduction by Catherine Wood. Text by Reza Negarestani, Stefan HelmreichSubmitted by Wayne on Thu, 2013-07-11 19:22.
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I like snobs. They are too funny. You have to be amused by someone who takes invented values and treats them like they are the very meaning of life. A snob's commitment to the vissicitudes of taste, status and social hierarchy is after all, a romantic pursuit, and ultimately an exercise as poetic as it is futile.
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EAGERLY ANTICIPATING: BOLD, BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED: THE WORLD OF 80's FASHION ILLUSTRATOR TONY VIRAMONTES : LAURENCE KINGSubmitted by Wayne on Fri, 2013-04-12 15:44.
CURRENT READING: PHOTOGRAPHY : A Middle-Brow Art: An Essay on the Social Uses of Photography: PIERRE BOURDIEUSubmitted by Wayne on Mon, 2013-04-01 18:48.
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