Neuroscopic - Definition: Understandable or perceivable only by mental facilities.
example: Rocks lack neuroscopics.
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Sarnath, India at an ashram tucked away at the end of a village. I was taken here by one of the village boys who had spotty english but say my camera, he pointed me in this direction to find places for me to snap off some shots.
My pen touches this paper, the ink reveals my thoughts as I perceive them. I zone and I don’t, my mind aching to express what can only be understood in the ink that drenches these pages, the only refuge the mirror that frames the stranger staring back at me. The stranger writes the words, I just go through the motions that lead to the expression. I am faceless; an idea in motion, static action, blank noise that strings this marionette corpse adding locomotion on tracks of illusion. I flow with no current, sunken I float in the oblivion ridden with no exchange. I am the essence that the stranger urges to acquire but has no connection to, I fill him but never fulfill him. I am a parasite, I am the giver of life, the mistro of suffering, the fear that leaves him disappointed and alone. I have the answer to the questions he dares not ask, I delude him in thoughts of histeria if he is even to think of asking, thoughts of self-destruction with useless prophecies that erode his mind, my mind, self-understanding of the last question. Are you comfortable stranger? do I frighten you? I hope so, I can be nothing to you, you must achieve it on your own, you are the face of this illusion and the game is not over till it’s over, the last chord, the final moment, the illusion has nothing but information…soak it up and find that it was all that can be and all that has been and the truth, the careless truth will lull you to sleep and be lost in your dreams till the last breath I bid you adieu.
-Angad ”Gaudi” Singh
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Rajastan Miffy O’Hara
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Thomas Heatherwick: Materials House
The Science Museum in London commissioned the studio to design a Materials House, an exhibit to show “everything that anything can be made of” for the Challenge of Materials gallery.
Instead of prioritising any one material to make the House from, and then exhibiting small samples of all the other materials within it, the studio chose to make the House itself from all of the materials.
Six metre high pieces of each material are bonded together into a single element of many strata, weighing approximately four tonnes. The edge of every layer is visible around the object, and each material shows its surface at one point as a protruding piece. The geometric pattern becomes increasingly complex as the layers accumulate.
The finished object is an assembly of 213 materials, each material needing its own cutting and bonding technique, all together in over 2000 individually shaped pieces sourced from more than eighty suppliers and sponsors.
The Materials House was completed in 1999 and has remained a centrepiece of the gallery.