Re: Extropic Art (was META: Transhumanist art)
Natasha V. Mor (email@example.com)
Thu, 9 Jan 1997 08:58:57 -0700 (MST)
At 01:28 AM 1/9/97 -0500, QueeneMUSE@aol.com wrote:
>In a message dated 97-01-08 21:00:43 EST, you write:
><< If we hung imagination on a wall with one of those, one of those, you
> "things" that we used to use to hang artefacts on walls, (oh what are they
> You know, those things that hold up the cardboard or similar material placed
> around a picture to serve as contract, along with that outer structure made
> up of parts fitted and joined together at the 90 degree corners, along with
> a piece of glass or plexiglas that is inserted on top and fitted just so to
> protect the artefact and ensure that it would hang just - perfectly.
> Anyway ... one of those things that you could hammer into the wall to hang
> the artefact ... But, how could we make sure that it stayed there. I mean,
> right there where we hung it? What if it wandered off?
>if we hung the imagination, what would we hang it by? It's neck? It's
We would have to hang it by the very cells in the brain that provoke the
firing of creativity impulses and imagination responses. It might get a
little small, so we'd have to use nano-frames.
Natasha Vita More
[f/k/a Nancie Clark]
Extropic Art Movement/Transhumanist Art Site
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