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Argument with the Sky- Cityscape

Mon oeil l’écoute

Last Saturday I attended a Tristan Perich concert at “The Kitchen” in NYC. His repetitive synth timbres and rhythmic interruptions informed the image I created after viewing the NYC skyline under a bright moon on the way home to NJ.  9 more words

Synesthesia

Episode 118: The Senses

On this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Gem, Ashlyn, and Lauren are joined by Mark Forkheim to talk about the sensory system and do some science along the way! 292 more words

Skepticism

Episode 118: The Senses

On this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Gem, Ashlyn, and Lauren are joined by Mark Forkheim to talk about the sensory system and do some science along the way! 292 more words

Science

"Deep Color Noise" Review

I’ve got to be honest here. In my opinion being hypersensitive and a fan of ambient/electronic is a unique experience. More specifically, listening to lush or varied sounds as heard within these genres under the condition of chromesthesia (or more formally sound-to-color synesthesia) has the power to invoke an array of feelings within me. 1,458 more words

Dij Ri'chard

Changing embodiment

Neil Harbisson was born with a severe form of colour blindness meaning that he could only see grey-scale. He has developed an antenna that allows him to perceive visible and invisible colours such as infrared and ultraviolet via sound waves. 873 more words

Post

Hearing Colors, Tasting Sounds

This past week I read a 2013 New Yorker piece by one of the most notable neurologist’s of the modern era – Oliver Sacks – titled “A Mind’s Eye.” The premise of this piece was the way in which blind individuals experience their blindness; how even if the visual cortex isn’t active in the classic sense of what society considers “seeing,” they have compensatory sensory experiences that are equally as vivid. 762 more words

Psychology & Neuroscience

The Lyrical Imperative

I am always amazed by the fact that things which are inherently silent in nature make music in your mind.  Writing is like that for me.   484 more words

Humor