The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive

August 15, 2005

stet, never leaving well enough alone

yes yes yes, thank you applause
a very new effect towards the re/production of music for you
i know you will be satisifed

almost but not quite as if from outer-spatial
this is the allegory of the closed digital set opening to your ears
your ears run off! you can't follow them!
thank you, thank you

The Certain Truths

_From the viewpoint of the human_: nature is a slaughterhouse.
A certain truth: There is no salvation.
Death is the only arbiter.
Annihilation and meaning are identical.
> From one viewpoint, many. From many viewpoints, one.
Good and evil dissolve.
The stases of objects inhabit the wheels of decay and corrosion.
The coming-together is the pulling-asunder.
Chaos rules, dissolves into noise, noise rules.
The number and quality of truth always loses focus.
My culture is your death. My death is your culture.
Nothing survives violence.
Every creature suffers blindly in the guise of its body.
Pain is of no consequence outside the flesh.
The annihilation of the human race would only prolong the catastrophe.
We live only to destroy in the masquerade of decency.
Other truths evaporate in the face of death.
We live so that we might not die.
We live so that we might die.
I say to you: Your death is my salvation.
Every death is a meal.
Among the humans, the pinnacle of deceit.
Exaltation is a painless death.
There's no end to the end of it

Come if you can! - Alan


The Grand Central Art Center presents:

Alan Sondheim, our current Artist in Residence from New York will conduct a
performance and discussion highlighting his work in analog, digital and
online culture  on Thursday, August 18, at 7:00 p.m. Admission is free and
seating is on a first come, first served basis.

The presentation is at the Center, 125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, California.

Information: 714-567-7233 or 714-567-7234

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