Public Art Work

November 17, 2008 at 1:38 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
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These are the unique works of public art by artist J Callaghan which are created using state-of-the-art digitally printed adhesive vinyl. They are applied to the urban infrastructures like electrical structures and others, which then appears like a reflective surface transforming the environment into art.

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November 17, 2008 at 1:23 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
Interesting read.

some more:
“On the traditional conception of the mind, if you want to study experience, you shut your eyes and you introspect. You look inward and reflect on what is going on inside of you, on the inner show”
“To reflect on experience is not to look inward, it is to pay attention to what you are doing, and to the way in which what you are doing is world and situation and environment involving. “
“A much better image is that of the dancer. A dancer is locked into an environment, responsive to music, responsive to a partner. The idea that the dance is a state of us, inside of us, or something that happens in us is crazy. Our ability to dance depends on all sorts of things going on inside of us, but that we are dancing is fundamentally an attunement to the world around us. ”

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The problem of consciousness is understanding how this world is there for us. It shows up in our senses. It shows up in our thoughts. Our feelings and interests and concerns are directed to and embrace this world around us. We think, we feel, the world shows up for us. To me that’s the problem of consciousness. That is a real problem that needs to be studied, and it’s a special problem.
A useful analogy is life. What is life? We can point to all sorts of chemical processes, metabolic processes, reproductive processes that are present where there is life. But we ask, where is the life? You don’t say life is a thing inside the organism. The life is this process that the organism is participating in, a process that involves an environmental niche and dynamic selectivity. If you want to find the life, look to the dynamic of the animal’s engagement with its world. The life is there. The life is not inside the animal. The life is the way the animal is in the world.

The Budha Boy

November 17, 2008 at 12:17 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
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