Published on Jun 17, 2016
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Turn Your Sh*t Down
First release from
The F*ck You Sound
Microcity is an imaginary place, conjured up into this reality by Chu’s pioneering analogue to digital handcrafting techniques. It is an empty place, a desolate and experimental pitstop on the way back home from disillusionment.
The city is based on the layout for a board game and evolved into four defined quarters: residential, industrial, natural and financial.
Microcity is the only location for future video broadcasts from The Fuck You Sound, populated solely by the cosmic guardians of each district.
This pilot episode introduces you to our solar system, and puts you at the centre of an alternative universe.
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+ 2 minutes of your time
+ 2 ears
+ 2 feet space
+ Google Cardboard or similar headset
+ Youtube app installed on your portable device
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“As you decide on the hue of the tone, visual elements melt and evolve before your eyes; you are traveling through the song you are weaving, or you are painting a picture using complex and beautiful noises. The visuals offer just enough familiar hooks that you always feel essentially like you are looking at a world, a place. There is the suggestion of a storm over the ocean, clouds trumpeting and congesting together. Colored streamers in a garden, or perhaps they are little red fish playing over a pond. It is more than “making music” or “creating your own song”, as you experiment with the intensity of different sonic elements. At times it defies description—I reach for words to try to describe the Panoramical “levels” I played, and there are none. Is “played” the right word, or did I “make” or “find” instead?–http://boingboing.net/2015/09/18/panoramical-will-change-the-wa.html
I reach for words to try to describe the Panoramical “levels” I played, and there are none.
MAKE IT NEW (Originally Panorawma & The tale of the tribe (July 2011)
Over the last ten years together with a sleepless band of independent researchers, the author has been tuned into “The Tale Of The Tribe” (TTOTT), developed exclusively by Dr. Robert Anton Wilson (1932-2007)
At RAW360 we embark on a whole new way of communicating some parts of TTOTT, introducing new ways of seeing and navigating information. New spaces that reflect primary innovations of key historical figures who deeply inspired RAW and his works.
The multi-sensory experience of interacting with the new ‘info-process tools’ and embedded media, ploughs the language for the appropriate new message. I walk in the footsteps of those writers whom wish to show delight in the limitations and boundaries of the textual art form. Visit any major writers website and be confronted with audio, video, texts and hyperlinks, the sum total of which, I feel, often overshadows the individual textual medium by which we show up here.
Fly On The Tale Of The Tribe: A Rollercoaster Ride With Robert Anton Wilson
by Steven James Pratt
Continue reading “Make it new: Panorawma and the tale of the tribe”
In London, on my last visit next to Victoria station sits a square glass metal and mirror area with a few shops and some offices The mirrored object presented a great chance for a pano’ love, steve fly http://www.360cities.net/embed_iframe/flight-of-the-navigator
Flight Of The Navigator in London
Photo-pano picture mixture
audio sonic soundtrack
listen with eyes and seer the future
non-local and 360 rotational
A new movie and unique
as the scene spins and
the film moves along
Hand made arts in new dimension
panorama spaces – the now
lend some attention
look listen touch travel
Bridge to a new synthesis
Chews your experience
fly through the novel painting
leap frog from
cutting all corners off everything
Vondel Park, Amsterdam. May 4th, 2013. 2-3 PM.