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If WikiWiki [4] is the Hawaiian word for fast (quick)...
... what is the sense [6] for calm [7] (serene, peaceful...)?

Scriabin [8] was have said to Rachmaninoff [9] that...
"your intuition [10] has unconsciously followed the laws
whose very existence you have tried to deny."


"There will not be a single spectator. All will be participants. The work requires special people, special artists and a completely new culture. The cast of performers includes an orchestra, a large mixed choir, an instrument with visual effects, dancers, a procession, incense, and rhythmic textural articulation. The cathedral in which it will take place will not be of one single type of stone but will continually change with the atmosphere and motion of the Mysterium. This will be done with the aid of mists and lights, which will modify the architectural contours."
- About 'Mysterium,' an unfinished musical work by composer Alexander Scriabin.

"This anthropic cyberspace recognizes space as a human-generated means of thought and communication, as a site for cultural engagement… The creation of this kind of cyberspace could be a Great Work, the electronic equivalent of the cathedrals in Europe. People involved in its construction are building the extensions of our present world of space and thought. In coming years we will encounter resonances between physical and cyberspaces." – Peter Anders [11]


exempli gratia; JacksonPollack(dot)org [13] (by Miltos Manetas [14]) and its origins (by Michal Migurski).

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-- by wikipedia user: Evercat [15] 19:27, 10 Apr 2005 (UTC)

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* No Ghost Just a Shell () was initiated by Philippe Parreno and Pierre Huyghe in 1999. They acquired the copyright for a figure called 'Annlee' and her original image from the Japanese agency Kworks, which develops figures (almost actors) for cartoons, comic strips, advertising and video games of the booming Japanese Manga industry. 'Annlee' was a cheap model: the price of a Manga figure relates to the complexity of its character traits and thus its ability to adapt to a story-line and 'survive' several episodes. 'Annlee' had no particular qualities, and so she would have disappeared from the scene very quickly. "True heroes are rare and extremely expensive..." (Parreno) Buying 'Annlee' rescued her from an industry that had condemned her to death.

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