Could only visit Sonic Acts shortly this year due to personal circumstances, but was able to visit the CC Hennix performance this Saturday in Smart Project Space, which was an impressive cross between drone and yoga meditation music with an entire horn section blowing minimal low frequency waves and subtle live singing.
“When you are concerned with aesthetics, with images of beauty, you are always exploring. You’re always remaking them, adding to them. They are basically slow-growing things, like plants, and the explosions are rare, but so far as man’s mind is concerned, this is all part of the system.”
Because everybody has one…
This little book by artist and director David Lynch is about (transcendental) meditation, although most of his films are mentioned in short. It reminds me a bit like the Tao, with short one or two-page chapters built around a single theme.
Lau Tzu, translated by John C. H. Wu, Shambala Library, © 1961 by St. John’s University Press, New York.
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