13.6.17

nature.

As I have already indicated this is a book arguing for nature. In other words, there’s a belief that the word can still do some work. (In the text I sometimes use ‘Nature’ with a capital N when reference is made to the idea of a fixed and single world, totally outside systems of understanding and acting. I prefer to use ‘nature’, small n, to denote that natures are made but not in ways that are reducible to human meaning systems.) In the following pages, nature (certainly demoted from the capital Nature) is alive and well and living in inner-city Birmingham, in subtropical Africa, in laboratories, on farms, in the offices of European governments, on allotments, and so on,

Hintchliffe - Geographies of natures

8.6.17

Anthopo-poetry

Does this sense of wonder, which Rorty attributes to the poet, not also lie at the root of anthropological sensibility? Like poetry, anthropology is a quest for education in the original sense of the term, far removed from the sense it has subsequently acquired through its assimilation to the institution of the school. Derived from the Latin educere (from ex, “out,” plus ducere, “to lead”), education was a matter of leading novices out into the world rather than, as commonly understood today, of instilling knowledge in to their minds.

https://www.haujournal.org/index.php/hau/article/view/hau4.1.021/665

INGOLD (2014)

16.2.17

Interview

 Studio is a place where realities may be deployées, spread out, made present, re-presented – with a hyphen – by diverse professionals. It doesn’t mean, either, that their specialty does not count, that it would only be a label. All those people are not just participating into a kind of spontaneous brainstorming session. On the contrary, they do come together with their competencies, expertise, knowledge. But in the studio nobody can 'apply' any fixed knowledge. Instead they engage with their bodies, they negotiate with others, depending on what happens, with the possibility of being surprised, and of commuting roles. So, say, in the music studio I am officially the one who writes the lyrics, but as I am sitting there, listening to the work, playing for the public, or reacting to the music, or blaming the sound. The studio allows changing roles, incarnating, embodying the relationships between different kinds of reality, putting them together. All those 'components' come from outside, brought by the professionals, but to become a song they have to be tested, put into question, mixed, and so on. Technically, this also means all this is not a matter of ideas and disputes only: it heavily relies on material intermediaries, as sketches, drafts, more or less elaborated maquettes - anything that can resist, respond, and provoke new ideas. 

(Hennion, Interview. 2016)

1.10.16

Orquestador

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iulbK_hSWlk

1) Arreglo musical como disciplina, transposición del líder
2) Organización
3) Entrenamiento situacional del arreglo
4) Surgimiento del arreglador

Arreglo ->
"Imaginación" de los instrumentos sobre partitura del Piano..


3.9.16

Orejitas Perfumadas (Letra Paoleti , Música Tata Cedrón)

La entrada vale un peso
y da derecho de abrazar
dulcemente a una muchacha
a dar vueltas con ella como un trompo
y a sentir su temblor bajo la palma

Atras se queda el yugo y los patrones
el taller , el mostrador y el cadenera

aquel que manda el que borda el ocho
aquel que ronca es el que raya el suelo

Mesas de lata, cerveza tibia
platito con maní, saco y corbata
milonguita de barrio, noche de bruja..
orejitas perfumadas.

Despues suenan los tangos y las parejas giran
con un brillo de fiebre en la mirada
hay olor a catinga y a brillantina
y hay un goce secreto en cada alma
por un peso compraste el paraiso
y el derecho de abrazar a una muchacha

ya te podes volver al yugo y a la noria
ya te podes bancar otra semana

10.8.16

Santoka

October 1, 1930. Today as I was walking along, I kept thinking
to myself: when there are trains, when there are automobiles,
to walk, and moreover to walk in straw sandals—what an
outmoded, what an inefficient and burdensome way to trav-
el! As a matter of fact, on the road today there were autos
and bicycles passing from time to time, but I met almost no
one who was walking. Nevertheless, by venturing to do
something so ludicrous, I, who am not very clever, justify
my existence.

Santoka

(trad. Burton Watson)

1.8.16

Representando la Vida

La experiencia sensual de las palabras
y del relato de los viejos y viejas lobos y lobas
de mar , de tierra, de desierto.
No tiene nada que ver con los actos, acciones.
El placer viene de la hijaputez del lapiz
que hizo un gol, representando la vida.