Sunday, July 15, 2018

Week 28 7/15/18

Expand the field of perception, in thinking, in creating.


Effect change in the environment. Alter the dynamic of the moment.

The Celestial Way (Excerpt)  by Black Mountain School

Night Traffic in Open Secrets (Excerpt)  by Black Mountain School

Ancestral Shadows  by Ghost Radio Orchestra

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Sunday, July 08, 2018

Week 27 7/8/18

The creative process exists in a continuum of events.


One thing may be a coincidence, and one thing may not be, and intentional. The process continues in motion, and remains so.

Sunday, July 01, 2018

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Week 24 6/17/18

More often than not, the artist, at least, must transcend culture.


It is an infantile mistake to conflate high degrees of specialized knowledge with moral reason. The source and origin of critical, creative vision lies far beyond such common perspectives.


Sunday, June 10, 2018

Week 23 6/10/18

In listening, and hearing, perceive source and origin without predetermined perspective.


This is accomplished without imposition of attitude or prejudice. One does not project emotion or idea, apprehending, instead, direct impression.  Develop the aural composition accordingly, to the extent possible, and the formation of atmosphere and art come about with clarity.

This is merely an ideal to be approached, rather than a superficial goal or ultimate objective.

Sunday, June 03, 2018

Week 22 6/3/18

It is a curious thing to create something markedly different from previous forms, if similar in nature.


Research tone poems, Erik Satie, Debussy, Cage, Eno, yet move continuously away from both "music" and "noise". The aural aesthetic remains, while musical paradigms diminish.

Those who are said to have heard music in paranormal or "enchanted" settings describe a kind of enigmatic impression of beautiful sounds that cannot be recollected or re-created in musical terms.

Such impressions may lend themselves to altered perceptual awareness, changes in attention, emotional perspective, and cognitive acuity, or even elevated states of consciousness.