ften on socıologıcal awkwardnesses
For example avantgarde new musıc concerts at remote, off the center regıons
of the cıty, may very well be stated as as art at extreme envıronments.
Further more, these same creatıve new musıc concerts and the like,
esthetical abjections are also very truly beıng claımed as wıthın extreme
dıverse envıronments. Should these concerts
will be being launched at polıtıcally very conservatıve crowds and/or at
excessıvely commerce orıented consumer publics or social circles, aain
extreme controversıes will occur obstıinately...However, best wıll be to
encourage all anarchıc art actıvatıons, just as decissively at all universal
Therefore, art at such extreme envıroments
are ın most cases the ethically.quite correct ones.
On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 6:15 PM, roger malina <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> here is another thought- are extreme environments only
> exploration- or can one also explore extreme mental states ?
> yesterday i was with christian xerri who is a neuroscientist in marseille
> jim gimzewksi
> were were discussing the work that xerri does with alzheimers
> christian's work includes looking at ways the brain re organises
> itself after trauma
> *Research topics *
> 1. Experience-dependent malleability of somatosensory cortical maps
> during development and maturation.
> 2. Postlesion remodeling of somatosensory maps after brain damage.
> 3. Spatio-temporal coding of tactile inputs within cortical networks.
> 4. Biochemical and morphological mechanisms involved in somatosensory map
> 5. Elaboration and recognition of haptic and visual forms: a fMRI study.
> christian's son your is an artist and art therapist and they are working on
> art science collaborations
> xerri's lab has developed interactive software tools that are used to help
> patients with impaired
> memory etc
> a related connection is how humans in extreme environments have modified
> , i heard a talk by michel marcelin who mentioned that at high altidue
> vision is affected ( see for instance
> http://ajplegacy.physiology.org/cgi/pdf_extract/140/3/354 )
> so for the discussion i thought i would introduce the topic of modification
> of mental states
> in extrement enviroments, but also extreme zones of mental states
> as part
> of this discussion
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