To be conscious that we are perceiving or thinking is to be conscious of our own existence. (Aristotle, 350B.C.E, Bk9:Ch9 in Ross, 1994)
'Loss of the real'. Indeed; I see it as an amusing satire on those who have lost their grip on reality, those perhaps immersed in the congruent but sadly theoretical world of what is perhaps an after-wish, an egoistical search for eternal life when all else dies around us. It explores the five-demensional word of religion and insanity at various levels but never quite comes to grips with a conclusion. Perhaps that is because there isn't one... is there? ;-)
it was actually with regards to that pissed up feeling you get after a heavy session, but what ever floats your boat!!
Alan Corkish you are a DICK! You seem to be someone pretending to be intelligent??? You shouldn't look too deeply into someone's art - don't try to psycho analyze!!! All creative work is subjective you either like it or you don't... If you like it say so and give praise if you don't say why not don't bother to write pretentious gibberish, it doesn't help...Amanda take no notice, I see that you don't with the excellent reply - love what your doing :)
Thanks Soda, you don't know the half of it! Anyway the support is appreciated!!
No problem Amanda :)Alan must loved what he was saying so much he had to comment in stereo... or is he too dumb to know that you only need to push a button once???
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