Reason is based on previous experience and knowledge, Fantasy, being an element of thinking too, appears to be in opposition with the experience because it is based on novelty. Relationship between Fantasy and Reason should be regarded as a co-relation between the determinate and the subsequent. It should be said that Fantasy does not always determine sober calculation but it never happens vice versa.
Black dots – people that follow the rules of the cube and move along the lines. (I wanted to make them more in sync with each other, but lost patience in doing so 😉
Red dots – people that don’t follow the rules of the cube and move independantly outside the system.
click on the image to view animation:
Both have their own function: the black ones – to maintain the system, the red ones – to test and hack it.
approx. ratio: 1 red dot for 9 black dots.
p.s. All the black dots love watching parades and be part of any sync movements. All the red dots are mavericks and independent thinkers.
from this loft in the centre of berlin, courtesy of my friend Lenny who kindly allowed me to use this space.
(since i came back from india i didn’t bother to look for my own)
and every time i look out of that window – i see love:)
filmed at Repos Beach, Auroville.
below are a bit more spectacular vids of Harekrishna’s stunts that we filmed during my time in Auroville.
click on the pic for the full view.
1. Village couple announces its support for a political party.
2. Wedding announcement. You see the couple (left) and wedding ceremony sponsors (right)
3. A symbol that keeps evil forces away. You can see such signs almost on every house, village office or transport.
4. A village leader stature.
5. Election poster.
6. Popular guy (election) poster.
7. Private Happy Birthday poster.
8. Political leaders poster. I don’t know why, but the “green” face (with dark glasses) always stays “green” on every poster.
9. Political poster on private house. In support of Lolita (controversial political figure.)
10. Another political party symbol.
11. Beacon – another symbol representing a political party.
12. Anniversary of someone’s death poster.
13. A marriage announcement poster.
14. Another political party symbol in a village
15. Just wierd.