From The New York Times online yesterday evening:
“You need firm ground to stand on,”
Mr. Bolles told an interviewer in 2000.
“From there you can deal with the change.”
Mr. Bolles, who reportedly died Friday (March 31, 2017),
was the author of What Color Is Your Parachute? .
See also a Log24 search for Lyche + Rainbow.
Related material — A poster for "Dead Reckoning" (1947).
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See last night’s pentagram photo and a post from May 13, 2012.
That post links to a little-known video of a 1972 film.
A speech from the film was used by Oslo artist Josefine Lyche as a
voice-over in her 2011 golden-ratio video (with pentagrams) that she
exhibited along with a large, wall-filling copy of some of my own work.
The speech (see video below) is clearly nonsense.
The patterns* Lyche copied are not.
“Who are you, anyway?”
— Question at 00:41 of 15:00, Rainbow Bridge (Part 5 of 9)
at YouTube, addressed to Baron Bingen as “Mr. Rabbit”
* Patterns exhibited again later, apparently without the Lyche pentagram video.
It turns out, by the way, that Lyche created that video by superimposing
audio from the above “Rainbow Bridge” film onto a section of Disney’s 1959
“Donald in Mathmagic Land” (see 7:17 to 8:57 of the 27:33 Disney video).
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… For the Harvard Arts Weekend:
"Grids, You Say?" by Josefine Lyche, with
Lyche's quotation from Rosalind Krauss in October
(Vol. 9, Summer 1979) —
See also last evening's Elevation of the Host, with Vampire Weekend.
"For every kind of vampire, there is a kind of cross." — Gravity's Rainbow
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An earlier verse in 1 John—
1 John 1:5 "This then is the message
which we have heard of him,
and declare unto you, that God is light,
and in him is no darkness at all."
Catechism from a different cult—
"Who are you, anyway?"
— Question at 00:41 of 15:01,
Rainbow Bridge (Part 5 of 9) at YouTube
See also the video accompanying artist Josefine Lyche's version
of the 2×2 case of the diamond theorem.
* Title of a Robert Stone novel
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(Not necessarily for Rainbow People )
About the artist—
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