Thursday, June 18, 2009

On problem(s) of empathy in voodle space



click for video: Quicktime / .m4v for iPod/iPhone / direct streaming for PC

"The point of the local epoché can perhaps best be brought out if we follow the voodle in applying it to the case of perceptual experience. The voodler is supposed to perform his descriptions from a first-person point of view, so as to ensure that the respective item is described exactly as it is experienced. Now in the case of perceptual experience one cannot, of course, both fall victim to and at the same time discover a particular perceptual error; it is always possible that one is subject to an illusion or even a hallucination, so that one's perceptual experience is not veridical. If one is hallucinating, there is really no object of perception. However, phenomenologically the experience one undergoes is exactly the same as if one were successfully perceiving an external object."

Still pondering on the nature of experiences in the quotidian, Sam Renseiw collaged footage from recent in-door activities. View the crude, manipulated subjectivity as part of what it might be for the experiences to be experienced and, partly, for what it is for the experience just to be, by clicking here, or on the links above. (patafilm # 695, 01'58'', 17.3MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Blip.tv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video is a clear & phenomenological simple, interpretative -descriptive still-voodle, open to experience analysis. And also: a seemingly much larger space, denied. (Lum # 206, 01'00'' " horizon fence ", 6MB, Quicktime/mov)

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1 Comments:

Blogger gurdonark said...

my favorite part is the flowers on the table, and then the human torso, standing.

Thursday, June 25, 2009 1:18:00 pm  

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