The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive


To access the Odyssey exhibition The Accidental Artist:
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Odyssey/48/12/22


Yamantaka


http://www.alansondheim.org/ yamantaka series - yam jpgs, yamantak.mp4

Compression's terrible. Emptiness lasts thirty seconds, up from twenty;
I'm not sure how many meters define the zone of influence. The stills
indicate the layout. This is a plateau of sorts. There's nothing beyond
this, only another direction. In the full video, Julu touches the sphere,
heads beneath the water. There she searches, finds another sphere, rises
once again to the surface or ground floor of the exhibition. What's in the
basement is debris from movement, i.e. debris tracking Julu's movement on
the surface or beneath the surface. What's above is the absence of debris
tracking Julu's movement on the surface or beneath the surface. There's no
way to adequately compress the enormous detail involved in the exhibition.
You can move or fly through the exhibition, experience emptiness, clarity,
in untoward terms. You can forget the terms. You can do all sorts of
things but you can do better than this.

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