Re: [-empyre-] Re:oh my god
I think... where I differ... I don't think 'information' is neuraly
encoded... I think if anything neurophysiology problematizes code, at
least in the sense I understand it (Eco for example or info theory). Look
at Winograd's later work on breaking-down - for that matter, outside
offormal languages, I don't think mathematics ad language are that
inextricably related -
I'm on the road, typing on a PDA - excuse the brevity - Aland the errors -
On Wed, 12 Nov 2003, ian wrote:
> I'm in that fabulous spot where one just lands in a
> conversation....such as a bar
> and SPINS literally spins out...oh my god!
> What are you talking about. Can someone rescue this dialogue?
> Are the collective authors proposing that:
> 1/ there is a code/inscription that functions as a record and forms a
> pre-kinesthetic intention or script for gestures to be enacted by the
> 2/ There are gestures that operate as code for kinesthetic memory to
> experience in the conscious.
> 3/ If gesture/code/kinesthetic memory are intertwined why doesn't
> scores for choreography
> reflect this.
> 4/ Where is choreography when it comes to the kinds of extended
> discourses such as found in music, and music theory; sound, harmonics,
> psycho-acoustics, intervals, rhythm, acoustics, scores, translation,
> transposition, spatial acoustics, spatial mapping, jamming, improv. to
> name a few....
> 5/ Have we discussed Reich yet?
> I'd love to pick up on this
> Ian Hobbs
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