For anyone that knows me, they know that I am a huge van gogh fan. I learned something about van gogh today which was very moving. His variations seem never to be shown together, ever, one beside the other. Just like all his series: the sunflowers, potato eaters, violets, fields, shoes, etc. all seem to … Read more
VEVO is growing up. Some shots from various VEVO products and campaigns. Times SQ. | Skateboard | iPad. Next on my wish list.. Body Tattoos. :)
Dear people, safe and sound. i arrived Josef Strauss Airport in München on Freitag Morgen, and have been here in Munich ever since. – heard Juan Tonamara (sp?) in polish, while walking across the street, and i think this had just made a tumultous 7 hour flight worthwhile… – I am staying right now at … Read more
Added Scarlatti on a Quality Casio Keyboard. (insert irony here), to videos widget (right column)
This one-off may not make sense, without knowing who these people are, but here goes… It occurred that Wolfram cellular automata have within their domain, all Turing Machines, and is a more vivid representation of them outside of binary rules. Wolfram’s work is an extension of Turing’s, which is not something that i think is … Read more
Way Back Machine: Some Older Composition-Sketches from 2007, to be used in the film NiemansLand. Cello and computer arrangements mostly. 5’30 has a nice moment that is worth remembering.
Are repeating numbers symptomatic of partial dimensionality?? Like in flatland, when something is at right angles to your dimension, are you unaware of it (or there is no apparent pattern to it?).
I’m reading about Mandelbrot right now, which is making me think about a lot about high frequency feedback loops right now. They abound in nature, and no one really wanted to look at them until Mandelbrot came along. He is this kind of anti-clean, anti-ascetic temperment personality which i really enjoy, the more i get … Read more