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Open Studio (2015)III




2013, 60-05







<.... The Convergence of Plastic Image and Acoustic languages:
The Structural and Molecular Composition of a painting;
A Synthesis of Opposites;
Deconstruction and Reconstructing:
the Passages, Grids, Orbitals in lines,planes, membranes as in a painting. ...>









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R. Cytowic, "Synesthesia: A Union of the Senses" Springer-Verlag, NY (p.1),
"Synesthesia is an involuntary joining in which the real information of one sense is accompanied by a perception in another sense.
In addition to being involuntary, this additional perception is regarded by the synesthete as real,
often outside the body, instead of imagined in the mind's eye.
It also has some other interesting features that clearly separate it from artistic fancy or purple prose.
Its reality and vividness are what make synesthesia so interesting in its violation of conventional perception.
Synesthesia is also fascinating because logically it should not be a product of the human brain,
where the evolutionary trend has been for increasing separation of function anatomically."

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Kyu Nam Han(1999),"Do you hear anything from the painting?.'
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KyuNam Han(1999), 'Central Park South, Acrylic on canvas.' Ac on Canvas.



..."Synesthesia art historically refers to multIsensory experiments in the genres of visual music, music visualization, audiovisual art, abstract film, and inter media.
[14][18][63][64][65][66] Distinct from neuroscience, the concept of synesthesia in the arts is regarded as the simultaneous perception of multiple stimuli in one gestalt experience.;
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The followings are excerpts from Hélène Grimaud's Official Webcite. Hélène Grimaud was born in Aix-en-Provence, France.
On her mother's side, she is descended from Italian-Sephardi Jews on Corsica; and,
on her father's side, from Algerian Jews.[1][2]
She has stated that, as a child, she was often "agitated".[3]
She discovered the piano at seven.
In 1982, she entered the Conservatoire de Paris, where she studied with Jacques Rouvier.

In 1985, she won 1st Prize at the Conservatory and the Grand Prix du Disque of the Académie Charles Cros for her recording of the Sergei Rachmaninoff Piano Sonata No. 2.
In 1987, she launched her professional career with a solo recital in Paris and a performance with the Orchestre de Paris under Daniel Barenboim.

In 1991, at age 21, Grimaud moved to Tallahassee, Florida,
to be near a boyfriend who taught bassoon at Florida State University.[4]
In 1997, she settled in Westchester County, north of New York City.
After some time spent in Berlin,[5] she currently resides in Switzerland.[6]

She has a passion for wolves, which she studies and raises.
She now divides her time between her musical career and the Wolf Conservation Center,
which she co-founded with her former companion, photographer J. Henry Fair.[7]
She also experiences synesthesia,
where one physical sense adds to another, in her case seeing music as color.








' A Spring Waltz in the Betweens';




To begin with...

I might as well load a few favorite music players note and their footage of the performance
in which I find interesting analogies existing between music and art :
in between my New Rochelle 'Synesthesia Painting' and the Classic Korean brush paintings per se;






As the plastic acoustics shifts from the plateaus of plastic spacetime encircling rhythms to the plastics itself
and as the instruments of the visual art
keep shifting in silence from the pictures of landscapes to the linguistic plateaus of the intentionalities.
The discrepancies in the mimics of the world of' the betweens'therefore is the world of voids and silence
where no propositions can be put.
This is the moment of entering into the new world of;
(1)Hybridizations,
(2)Transfusion,
(3) Transcendences :(4) Transmuting temporalities of the courses;
breaking up its linear relations: in order to create new realm of the work of art, the creatures, the transmorphers(?);
which is transient in nature within the historical contexts of the formalism:(5) Transformations ;







'From Wikipedia'



Probability density in a position measurement.

Wavefunctions of the vibration in classical musical acoustic modes are indeed modes of oscillation in plastic visual elements as well:
they possess a sharp energy and thus a keen frequency depending on the encircling color dynamics.

The angular momentum and energy are quantized, and only take on discrete values like those shown
as is the case for resonant frequencies in acoustics;




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(Synthesis of Opposites: Deconstruction and Reconstruction)



a. the relation between two propositions such that they are either both true or both false.

b. the relation between two propositions such that each logically implies the other.





이 질문에 대한 답변은 좀 딱딱하게 될것이 분명합니다.
그래서 동영상으로 보여드리겠습니다.
아래 것들은 다음은 30 년전의 뉴욕에서 활동 했던 것 속의 언어들 과 자료







이 강의는 Professor John Searle 의'Consciousness and Causality'에 관해서입니다.


Professor John Searle ;Widely noted for his contributions to the philosophy of language, philosophy of mind and social philosophy, he began teaching at Berkeley in 1959.
University of Oxford 출신
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'Ontological subjectivity';
'Artificial intelligence' ;
'Intentionality and the Background'
등등의 키워드들은 오늘의 토양과 현실에 맞게 잘 연구 하여야 하겠습니다.
모순을 풀어가는 한규남의 화두 '오리 와 토끼' 문제와 직결되는 문제이기도 합니다.





Among his notable concepts is the "Chinese room" argument against "strong" artificial intelligence.

He received the Jean Nicod Prize in 2000;
the National Humanities Medal in 2004;
and the Mind & Brain Prize in 2006.

Among his notable concepts is the "Chinese room" argument against "strong" artificial intelligence.



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 photo 2013-05-03082248_zps3d138bd1.jpg 'From Wikipedia' Probability density in a position measurement. Wavefunctions of the vibration in classical musical acoustic modes are indeed modes of oscillation in plastic visual elements as well: they possess a sharp energy and thus a keen frequency depending on the encircling color dynamics. The angular momentum and energy are quantized, and only take on discrete values like those shown as is the case for resonant frequencies in acoustics; "Synesthesia is an involuntary joining in which the real information of one sense is accompanied by a perception in another sense. In addition to being involuntary, this additional perception is regarded by the synesthete as real, often outside the body, instead of imagined in the mind's eye. It also has some other interesting features that clearly separate it from artistic fancy or purple prose. Its reality and vividness are what make synesthesia so interesting in its violation of conventional perception. Synesthesia is also fascinating because logically it should not be a product of the human brain, where the evolutionary trend has been for increasing separation of function anatomically." <.... ..."Synesthetic art historically refers to multi-sensory experiments in the genres of visual music, music visualization, audiovisual art, abstract film, and intermedia. Distinct from neuroscience, the concept of synesthesia in the arts is regarded as the simultaneous perception of multiple stimuli in one gestalt experience. Excerpts from Wikipedia R. Cytowic, "Synesthesia: A Union of the Senses" Springer-Verlag, NY (p.1), "Synesthesia is an involuntary joining in which the real information of one sense is accompanied by a perception in another sense. In addition to being involuntary, this additional perception is regarded by the synesthete as real, often outside the body, instead of imagined in the mind's eye. It also has some other interesting features that clearly separate it from artistic fancy or purple prose. Its reality and vividness are what make synesthesia so interesting in its violation of conventional perception. Synesthesia is also fascinating because logically it should not be a product of the human brain, where the evolutionary trend has been for increasing separation of function anatomically." The Convergence of Plastic Image and Acoustic languages: The Structural and Molecular Compositions in my paintings; A Synthesis of Opposites; Deconstructioning and Reconstructing: the Passages, Grids, Orbitals in lines,planes, membranes in the Spatio-temporal situation . "The image has no a priori structure, it has textural structures.. of which it is the system";
so it is no longer possible (and this is where Schefer gets pictural semiology out of its rut) to conceive the description
by which the picture is constitute as a neutral, literal, denoted state of language;
nor as a pure mythic elaboration, the infinitely available site of subjective investments :
the picture is neither a real object nor an imaginary object."
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