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Communicating or communicative issues or communicat(ing/ive) li(v/f)e issues - well today I've issues with the title. I'm back from London and had a nice t
2015-09-18 12:03:50 I've been visiting

Barbara Hepworth - the strength of a dancer
The problem if thought-things get formalized over the time.

The Tate Sensorium - a short time experiment and IK Prize Winner

Agnes Martin - the silence(r) of spiritual lines

The collection rooms.

The issues with curation - how this can improve the art showing and also do harm at the same time.
Good curators are definitely a help. They improve the space.
They arrange the show for a current audience, work as translators, transformers.

A - Breaking the frame. Rules are here to be broken.
Therefore we come up with new rules for the breaking.

B - Assembling the loose/lost
The wish of binding our self in boundaries

C - Art is social in anyway
Synaesthetics as seeing numbers, sounds in colors or shapes.
It is a good starting point to dance sculptures, 'build' sculptures that engraved the movement
of the audience within itself. We have 5 senses - that makes a lot of possible combinations.
See A and B.
Like color in space or through time or [..]


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develop brighton 2019

develop brighton 2019

I am having a break form EVA-London. I am one day Tuesday of for Develop Brighton. Here are my notes:

Chris Bateman

Chris Bateman

Born 1 January 1972 (age 44) Bishop's Stortford, United Kingdom Website onlyagame.typepad.com Era Contemporary philosophy Region Western philosophy School Fictionalism Main interests Game Design, Ethics, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Science Notable ideas avatar doll, demographic game design, funnelling, breadcrumbing, orthodox science fiction, moral chaos Influences Ludwig Wittgenstein, Immanuel Kant, Søren Kierkegaard, Mary Midgley, Kendall Walton, Michael Moorcock