“You have only so many variables you can hold in your brain. If those variables are stage elements, one must be actively engaged with all of them to draw a rich experience from a show. If the music and dance are somehow synchronized and coherent, they become one entity. If the tempo of the music and speed of the dancing is not in register in any way, they don’t become one entity. You are forced to either look at the guy jumping or listen to the music.”
Graham Spicer is a writer, director and photographer in Milan, blogging (under the name ‘Gramilano’) about dance, opera, music and photography for people “who are a bit like me and like some of the things I like”. He was a regular columnist for Opera Now magazine and wrote for the BBC until transferring to Italy.
His scribblings have appeared in various publications from Woman’s Weekly to Gay Times, and he wrote the ‘Danza in Italia’ column for Dancing Times magazine.
You know Rodolfoe does not just make these things up! Read his book The I of the Vortex and you will see–experience–the world differently–a post-llinean world–of understanding consciousness and brain function based entirely on the properties of matter randomly happening as events one of which chance happenings is the human brain amongst a myriad of other events we call the whole realm of nature. Briefly, everything oscillates. Oscillations resonate. The frequency of oscillation and combination, in tune, out of tune of networks of neurons in the brain are physical properties of matter that support consciousness and higher cognition. The guy jumping that’s not what it’s all about. But when the guy’s jumping is synchronized and coherent with the rest of the show that’s an event. Rodolfo is a lot of fun. He IS an event. You have to read his book to really get it.
Quisiera una respuesta, para saber si es cierto que el cerebro funciona como un holograma, o si es una especulacíon