Danitaly21 June 2008 at 10:38amPosts: 147 (0 today)Status: offline
What is that ball? I mean: why this album is called Big Blue Ball? Thanks
Synnie21 June 2008 at 11:12amPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Oh, there is a link on the front page here already
Danitaly21 June 2008 at 11:30amPosts: 147 (0 today)Status: offline
Sorry, but my english is bad . =
Synnie21 June 2008 at 11:43amPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Sorry, but my italian is only good for understanding. . .
But here is the link to alll about the project:
Maybe some other italians around can help you to translate??
(its true, they should have it in more languages!)
All the best!
8thPlanet21 June 2008 at 1:57pmPosts: 693 (0 today)Status: offline
I think it's the "Big Blue Ball" we are all living on.
Synnie21 June 2008 at 4:54pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Yes, thats a good site too, PBJ
Its definitely our globe, thus global thinking, too, as inspiration, at least.
In fact, also "horizontal", where everything has its place. . .and should be seen as a whole. Inwardly and outwardly.
Therefore the "accidental" recordings under free(!) will, which I had the pleasure to observe in small years ago, when Peter explained his kind of collecting and documenting his own ideas, whenever they come
(the little "box" in his car).
He once more explained this principle en large in Aachen, but not only for him alone, but as much in cooperation.
I am hoping to get the full explanations as a copy from Rick.
Peter stated, that one often has the best ideas in between, when they come by itself, whereever, and by letting this happen, one then can sort the jewels, best moments out and build something out of this. If its not documented, it may dissappear, which would be a shame, because you cannot repeat them the same way.
(The very same principle of a Japanese documentary friend of mine, who thus was a real roadmaker for many over there).
It also is an intense listening to what are called "dreams", the unconsciousness, that wishes to come out to tell you something. Yes, Peter does go psychological (inner and holistic) ways as well. He is very much for free speech too therefore (see Birma) and against oppressions of those, who wish to oppose it.
He accepts the flow, but also builds a dam, to use it, so to say.
It was great pleasure to talk to him on this level once, he was the most openminded and flexible friend I met until then, for which I still trust and thank him (I met others later though too, my own ways).
It keeps on reminding me on some eastern thinking, as a japanese friend once said: "We see things all sides/ways round", which is this "think round" once more.
(Hey, we had a jolly good time in Aachen, btw., you reallly should see the exhibition as well)