Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Catching fish

Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma is having an exhibition ARS 06 - Sense of the Real, with 40 artists/collectives from 24 countries. After seeing the exhibition I went back to review some of the art works that had stayed with me, this time with commentaries. Nifty. I have to say it by far was worth the ticket and a couple of hours. Too bad Inner Force, real time interactive computer animation from EEG brain wave, was out of order. Might have to go back just for that if they'll get it fixed.

Had a very expressive weekend. Which Lord of the Rings -character would you be? Even though I possess some human as well as elf-like characteristics, I can also strongly relate to Gollum. Despite the inner struggles, he's so freaking happy!


At 29 March, 2006 22:24, Anonymous korpinsilmä said...

Right on, I'm gonna go see the
expedition also. Was going to
do so on Monday already, but
for some reason all museums are
closed on that particular day
in Helsinki.

Without thinking about it any
more accurately through I'd say
something like 70%/30% Boromir/
Sauron. Even though one might
think otherwise, I guess I'm
still rather pleasing person...

At 30 March, 2006 23:49, Blogger queerrel said...

That combination makes sense: both are driven with a vision they pursue with great intensity. Smaller things are sacrificed for the greater goal.

At 19 April, 2006 21:20, Blogger El Azul said...

I was also sad to hear that the biofeedback installation went out of order. I would have liked to try it out too. As a matter of fact, I'm considering to buy a biofeedback machine, which comes bundled with computer mind games. The models that utilize galvanic skin responce are a lot cheaper than EEG machines and apparently work just fine.

At 19 April, 2006 22:37, Blogger queerrel said...

I had to do a search on 'biofeedback machine' to find out more - what an intriguing gadget indeed. I also came across light and sound mind machines, used for shifting between states of consciousness. Fantastic.

At 05 September, 2006 11:42, Blogger Edward-xzsoj3a2q said...

Cool blog you have. Did you know that at guy named Royal Rife figured out that every species of virus resonates at a specific frequency back in the 1930's. He also figured out how to shatter them like an opera singer can shatter a glass with the right note. He did it with electronic frequencies.

At 21 October, 2006 16:58, Blogger queerrel said...

Thanks for your comment! Quick searches on Royal Rife revealed interesting aspects on ideas of cancer treatment etc. which, however, haven't gained much approval. In any case, he seems to have been an inventive bloke.


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