Control and surrender have to be kept in balance. That’s what surfers do – take...– Surrender. It’s Brian Eno | Music | The Guardian (via wildcat2030)
Illuminated Darkness: Nightmares, Blind Spots and Biofeedback by Ted Hiebert “This exploration would be best seen as the beginning of a story, a somewhat tenuous account of what might be called a manifest imagination. This is the story of how we are all already imaginary beings, entities not governed by the rules of science or truth or reason, but at least always in part governed by our...
A Message From Brian Eno
“If you walk around with the idea that there are some people who are so gifted – they have these wonderful things in their head but you’re not one of them, you’re just a normal sort of person, you could never do anything like that – then you live a different kind of life. You could have another kind of like, where you say, well, I know that things come from nothing very much and start from...
The intense world of differences, in which we find the reason behind qualities...– Outlining his “transcendental empiricism”, Deleuze, in Difference and Repetitio Bogue on Deleuze and Art « Larval Subjects (via theswashbucklingconductor, wildcat2030)
Poets and artists live on frontiers. They have no feedback, only feedforward....– McLuhan (via instantplasticmaybe) (via notational) (via humancomputer) (via anotherword) (via wildcat2030) (via mattermedia) (via pieto)
“Neither global nor local, today we are mobile — we are code drift…” - Arthur and MarieLouise Kroker http://www.ctheory.net/articles.aspx?id=633