VIDEO: Making Music with the Brooklyn Bridge | The Human Harp
Monday, May 18, 201511:26 AM(View: 15782)
This is unusual and creative. "Human Harp connects the human body to the instrument-like architecture of existing structures and enables pedestrians and dancers to interact in the translation of journey into musical composition."
This is a very unusual artistic concept...music written for the listening sleeping mind. This short film gives "An insight into classical composer Max Richter’s “Sleep,” an epic eight-hour lullaby designed to ease the audience into unconsciousness. "
Changing images are projected onto a tiny grain of rice to reflect the Japanese belief in "shogyo mujo (the impermanence of worldly things)" and “all creation is infinitely transitory with forms and values changing in each moment.”
Eskmo modifies and integrates his sounds moment-to-moment from anything and everything accessible and available to him. In our unawakened state, we compose our life's story and "soundtrack" by sampling from our trove of memory consciousness and integrating the past into each present moment.--ZenMoon
We see the world using our physical eyes then process the information by our consciousness of sight or "eye-consciousness."--ZenMoon
"Emulsifier" is a hand painted anamorphic glass sculpture made out of 160 glass strips. by Thomas Medicus.
A very Interesting short documentary..."Filmmaker and Anthropologist Niobe Thompson teamed up with Composer Darren Fung to create a magnificent musical score for the upcoming CBC series The Great Human Odyssey."
Life is too precious to live with clinginess and obsession over things that are beyond our control. Karmic life is a ceaseles flow. Being at Inner Peace, no matter the fluctuations in life, is the ultimate freedom.--ZenMoon.