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  • Chapter IV Music

    Soundography: A Spacetime Mapping Experiment For any number of players who would like to pay their respects to all living creatures who inhabit dark places and who, over the years, have developed acuity in the art of echolocation, i.e., sounds used as messengers which, when sent out into the environment, return as echoes carrying information…

  • Sascia Pellegrini

    Sense Amplification: A Phenomenology of Time Abstract This research consists of first-hand experiments designed to call attention to, inspect, and elaborate on questions related to perception of the various species of time (mechanical, integral, physical, psychological, cyclical); space (as a field of human perception); and the human body (as a sensuous temporal object). Using my…

  • Chapter III Literature

    The Sands of Time: An Experiment in Temporal Intertextuality A main source of our failure to understand is that we don’t have an overview of the use of our words. – Our grammar is deficient in surveyability. A surveyable representation produces precisely that kind of understanding which consists in ‘seeing connections’. Hence the importance of finding…

  • Chapter I – Film

    Time: A Study in the Specious Present for Coffee and Cameras Introduction The duration of sensation and the sensation of duration are different. And it is the same with sensation. The succession of sensations and the sensation of succession are not the same. (Husserl, p. 31) A table is set up: on the table’s surface…

  • Chapter II Dance

    Skins: an experiment with ‘Ma’ (間), temporal inbetweens, and Hijikata’s ankoku butō ‘The hand, man’s outer brain’ Immanuel Kant (1724 – 1804) Skins: An Introduction In this experiment I look into the effect of altering the human skin and protracting the haptic feedback from a surface (wall, paper, plastic, water) for a prolonged period of…