BEFRIENDING HYPEROBJECTS: PHOTOSYNTHESIS
Ruine der Franziskaner Klosterkirche, Berlin DE
curated by Creamcake
An essay on Google Gardening by Hannah Grow
Sound Science Podcast is a monthly podcast by Dr. Yewande Pearse about the science stories that affect our lives and have in some way influenced music.
Episode 5: The Left-brain vs. the Right-brain
At some point in your life, someone may have asked you whether you are left brained, or right brained. Or maybe you have heard someone proudly proclaim that they are right brained. This show is all about ‘The Left Brain Vs. Right Brain’ and the long held belief that people tend to have a personality or style of thinking that is either “right-brained or left-brained”. As a musician is your right-brain really doing all the work? Myth, half myth or truth?
Judith is an artist, whose recent work ‘Befriending Hyperobjects’, was recently exhibited at NAVEL in Los Angeles.
Rex Eugene Jung is an American psychologist who has researched on the neural basis of human intelligence and creativity.
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Befriending Hyperobjects is an ongoing decentralized eco-performance interfacing art and technology to fund environmental projects.
Hyperobjects are entities we cannot grasp in their entirety, such as water, cyanobacteria, or typhoon. They appear to us as an abstraction due to their scale, ethereal nature, or non-linear relationship with time. They are comparable to #hashtags.
In this project, artists “befriend” hyperobjects, similar to how you can befriend or follow someone online.
The initial exhibition at NAVEL in Los Angeles featured 17 artists from 5 continents and was fully biodegradable with exception of the technology needed for display. Instead of solitary human art practice, this project portraits the encounter and collaboration of human and non-human entities.
We were able to raise $82.98 / 0.46 ETH for the native plant nursery Hahamongna in Pasadena.
Guided meditation through 9 dimensions
With the support of breathwork, sound, and aromatherapy, Judith Sönnickenguides an inner journey for 7 participants through dimensions 1-9 (in chronological order). Upon their return to linear space/time, participants are invited to visualize the imagery that unfolded during their journey.
NAVEL, Los Angeles US
HYPERSLOW, Los Angeles US
STUDIO GOLDSCHMIDT / RUTHERFORD, New York City US