Autumnal monochrome: a long, slow zoom-in upon a three-dimensional rendering of Pieter Bruegel’s painting The (Little) Tower of Babel (c. 1563). Corkscrewing upwards from the ground the expansive
So begins Godfrey Reggio’s Naqoyqatsi, a film composed of hundreds, thousands of disparate visual-images, accompanying and accompanied by the music-images of Philip Glass. This is gaseous perception.
To read the full exploration of Naqoyqatsi through the Deleuze's sign of 'gaseous perception,' see Deleuze's Cinema Books: Three Introductions to the Taxonomy of Images
Luhtala (CBS) On the Origin of Syntactical Description in Stoic Logic, collected brief summaries - by Corry Shores [*Search Blog Here*. Index tabs are found at the bottom of the left column.] [Central Entry Directory] [Stoicism, entry directo...
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