'Sometimes, cutting into the present releases the future'
Andy: Holy shit it’s a house. Watch your step.
(An ancient abandoned house looms over them)
(Andy is eager to explore)
(Cuts to inside of house, Andys view through Video camera; house is in
extreme state of decay, crumbling plaster no windows or doors walls knocked
Alexis: Andy? Andy! Andy!
Andy: Come on!
Alexis: Andy where are you?
Andy: Come on, I’m in the house.
Alexis: Andy do not…
Chris’s voice: (muffled) please help!
(Cuts to Alexis’s view with 16 mm)
Alexis: Andy? Andy? Andy please.
Chris’s Voice: (muffled cries)
Alexis: Andy please. Andy where are you?
Andy: I’m right here! Where is he?
Alexis: Andy don’t leave me!
Alexis: Is he in here?
Andy: No. (Whispers) Oh shit.
Chris’s Voice: (muffled) No! God!
Andy: (whispers) Oh Jesus. (Arrives at a set of dishevelled set of stairs)
I hear him. (Begins to run up stairs) I hear him. I hear you! Where?
I’m going up stairs!
(Begins to climb second flight, there are child sized bloody hand prints and
strange occult symbols along the walls)
“What distinguishes pataphysics from other artistic/philosophical movements that developed in the period from the 1890s through to the mid-twentieth century…is that it is not so much a movement as a collection of ideas. Since these ideas stand in counterpoint to science, rather than art, pataphysics has managed to sustain itself most effectively, finding fertile ground in any mind that thinks the objective truths of empiricism at least demand a little playful tweaking, if not wholesale reevaluation. Which is not to say that pataphysics is simply antiscientific, or even antirational. As always, the relationship between the parodistic aspects of pataphysics and the thing it parodies is complex: ironic, or even, as Marcel Duchamp would have said, meta-ironic. But we can say that pataphysics is subjective, privileging the particular above the general, the imaginary above the real, the exceptional above the ordinary, the contradictory above the axiomatic. Not that there is any choice in these matters: in pataphysics this is just the way things are.”
Diachronic: Of or pertaining to the changes in a system between successive points in time.
Pataphysics: A supposed branch of philosophy or science that studies imaginary phenomena beyond the realm of metaphysics; the science of imaginary solutions.
GRIP is: An instrument between sampler and synth.
Quick ‘auralization’ and combinations/variations of select private folders of electronic ideas volume 6.
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