video for SonicActsXI - the anthology of computer art -
title: "B_left_T00_sonicDC " [by reMI / Karin Pinter-Koschell, Andreas Kirchmayr and Michael Pinter]
length: 00:07:42 - dimensions: 720x576 PAL colour - digital produced: renderd as DVD - images in use: pictures 'the bloody hand' acted by K. Pinter-Koschell; ink-drawings 'palimpsest' by M. Pinter and photos 'shop-windows in portugal' by A. Kirchmayr and M. Pinter - year of production: 2005 - copyright: reMI pictures
Timeslips and/or spaceslips implicate alter-ations - mental changes, whereby destructive elements are explicitly desired to maintain the active interchange of information and the data streams (nota bene that already the theory of monades* describes this streams) - disturbing effects are equanimity as frequencies in the middle (normally audible) area and pictures in real sequences. It seems that each element enter into each other element of the system in a kind of synthesis, which induces a symbiotic fractal state - you can find bifurcational** streams and all that stuff which make up a synchronous - within the meaning of Synchronizitšt of C.G.Jung, chaotic and bifunctional system. That also causes a total increase of a higher level of information, and consequently some (at least a few) destructive elements can be neutralized. At the same time new one are created, and this dynamic process enables further bifurcations - out of the system this process is only perceived as a destructive action - that is total non-sense, of course. Because the continuous creation, the demolition of (information-)bits is an unalterable premise for an operating system. The activating process per se is already a creative action, of course, so to speak the introduction for input/output. Therefore deleting (often archetypical) structures should be preferred to get a heuristic accumulation of acting- and mindbits in the finite space-time-structure. [text by karin pinter-koschell] german