September 21st, 2006
investigations into the senses


the braille trail, what an amazing idea.
psychogeoraphy, a form of guerilla art based on random walking tours, and using techniques to change the way we look at our space. a site that I am enjoying immensely glowlab. I’m sorry I could not attend the recent conference.
…on a related theme i simply must try experimental travel.
…I just ordered a couple of these for myself. (link via camilla.)
…a trip to the ocean via dosa, I wish this site had more pages.
…some wonderful sounds here. (thank you nina)
caroline woodward does some clever things.
david byrne discovers a hidden puppet library in brooklyn. (actually his friend kenny did.)

Sep 21 2006
2:19 pm
eliane writes:

I used a great techniques to change the way I look at my space this morning. Yesterday we got a dog, and it’s such fun walking it. All the spots he stops to smell or lick or pee or tries to eat something (I won’t let him). I saw plants and flowers I had forgotten exist.

Sep 21 2006
2:34 pm
alissa writes:

hi keri,
i think i found you through alex beauchamp’s blog, but imagine my grins when i saw that you’ve moved to troy and started at rpi. i graduated from the IT program there in ’05 and spent a lot of time around the arts department – including a couple of guest-taught classes by Pauline Oliveros – and the place is near and dear to my heart.
enjoy the ben & jerry’s.
alissa

Sep 21 2006
5:43 pm
Marieke writes:

What a lovely collage! Love it.

Sep 22 2006
2:52 am
julie writes:

God..i just want to go back and read all of your past posts. From a quick scan you blog looks so interesting!! Will be back…

Sep 22 2006
6:17 am
Boho Girl writes:

what fun links…thank you!

Sep 22 2006
12:39 pm
PJ writes:

Something for ALL our senses!!

Sep 22 2006
4:22 pm
nadine writes:

I like the new header :-)

Sep 22 2006
6:29 pm
Aaron Ximm writes:

Re: psychogeography,
From our friend Larnie we learned the amazing tactic for recovering the new, the dice walk; he takes them, leads them in small groups, and makes and gives away small kits with the minimal instructions (which in any case can be remade).
Cf http://www.infoflow.com/larnie/
This year at Burning Man we gave out hundreds of pair of dice, and on one epic night, turned ourselves over to the dice entirely — they led us for many hours into unexpected places and to unexpected people, who we would then give the dice to — and have the recipients roll our next direction…
Re: recordings from Vietnam,
if you didn’t find them you might peek behind the flag logo on that page, and find:
http://oneminutevacation.org
best,
aaron

Sep 29 2006
8:48 am
Earthlight Love writes:

Yes, “The Spell for the Sensuous” is an awesome book!


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