Shana Moulton - ThoughtPlace MindStream FLAC
Title: ThoughtPlace MindStream
Recorded by: Shana Moulton
Produce year: 2014
Exhibition date: 23rd Sep ~ 12st Oct 2014 (JST)
Hello young traveller, how are you feeling this day? Are you well rested? No? Well, that's quite alright because I have something to help with that, if you are interested of course. It'll help you feel well rested, it'll help you get to sleep, it might even help you feel a few tingles in your head and your back. So all you have to do is listen. You don't even have to keep your eyes open. All you have to do is listen to the sound of my voice as I chant to you and over you and rid your body of any tired aches. So just relax, calm your soul, and listen to the sound of my voice as the elvish chant overcomes you. Nepteerwoazeh, nepteerwoazeh, every year nisksnoch, ha hah, every year, ehbday year whoa-oh. Every year ness-snoch, constant craving, always been. Craving, ah ha, constant craving, has always been. Has always been. Has always been. Do you know what happens when you eat Activia? It's truth or dare on the dance floor, la la la la la, la la la la la, la la la la la, truth or dare on the dance floor! La la la, la la la la la, la la la la la, la la la la la, oh, oh, oh, oh. I dare you. When your tummy smiles. Is it true that you love me? Then you smile too. Then act like you need me. The whole world is watching. Activia, feeling good starts from within. It's truth or dare can you feel it, feel it, feel it, feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel feel. La la la la la, la la la la la, la la la la la, la, la la la, la la la la la, la la la la la, la la la la la, la, I dare you. I don't know what I'm saying, its just um…its just that I really hated myself before I came here and um…so I'm trying to see myself hopefully um more as I am, more um more positive like seeing the plusses. Like I think its slowly opening up now,
people's minds like um educating and and aids and um and other types of diseases cause cause and it is a disease cause its out there and we…just have to be more aware of it um…make people aware of it and um even ourselves like uh going reading labels and and going into buildings.
V, V, V, V, V, V. V…V. La la, la la la la, la la, la la la la, la la, la la la la, la la, la la la la, la la, la la la la, la la, la la la la, la la, la la la la, la la, la la, la la, la la, la la, come here, I you, come here, I you, come here, I you, come here, I you, come here, I you. Ah ah ah ah ah. Listen to the man, listen to the man, listen to the man, listen to the mad man. Up pops the picture puzzle patterned door, and I'm now whizzing through this sucker like if it was nothing, it just, I'm flying through it. But now I know what the picture puzzle patterned door is. The picture puzzle patterned door is the farthest reaches of your humanity. This is the doorway into the what defines you as a human being, when you go past that you stop being human to a degree and the further you get past this point, the further away you go from being a human being. But right here this picture puzzle patterned door is everything, it's everything it's what defines you as a human being. This is your, this picture puzzle patterned door is you! I must find someone who knows me, who has seen others like me. Oh my gosh! ah! I did, oh I am sorry. Oh! I want you to look at all of those wiggles. Ha ha ha, oh my gosh! Wiggles. Oh my gosh. I love to wiggle. The whole thing. There are many other surfaces that you can sponge on. I'm gonna show you wood. Of course you can go straight. Oh my gosh. Ha, I love this. Are they incredible or what? Hah, Ok, calm down Dee. And it's done. Yes! Do you see that? Oh, earthtone. Look at that. Ha ha ha. Is this fun or what? Look at that, ha ha ha. On a card. Ah! Aha, breathing heavy. Ha, yes! Yes. Let's stamp it out. Hah, ha. Oh my gosh. Now, look at that. Ha ha ha. Is this fun or what? Look at that, ha ha ha. On a card. Ah! Aha, breathing heavy. Ha, yes! Yes. Let's stamp it out. Hah, ha. Oh my gosh. Now, think, go this way, and now we zigzag, oh my gosh, oh my gosh, ho oh my gosh. Look at that tile! Ok, and then that, and then hah. Oh this is one night I did not sleep. It is so hard to stop.
This is Shana Moulton. MindPlace ThoughtStream, 2014 by Warm São Paulo on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. ThoughtPlace MindStream и еще 1 Nozomu Matsumoto - 積極的な退化 Positive Degeneracy File, MP3, Mixed, 320. Disc Magazine. Shana Moulton is a New York based media artist who explores contemporary anxieties through her filmic alter ego, Cynthia. Combining an unsettling, wry humor with a low-tech, Pop sensibility, Cynthia's interactions with the everyday world are both mundane and surreal, in a domestic sphere just slightly askew. As her protagonist navigates the enigmatic and possibly magical properties of her home decor, Moulton initiates relationships with objects and consumer products that are at once banal and uncanny. New version of Shana Moulton - ThoughtPlace MindStream avalable for free download. zip, rar archives. mp3, ape, flac, hd formats. Album: ThoughtPlace MindStream. Genre: Non Music. mp3 album size: 1808 mb. ape album size: 1109 mb. wma album size: 1199 mb. Other music formats . The Mindstream - The Mindstream. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Tracklist: Nozomu Matsumoto - Untitled Nozomu Matsumoto - Elitany Takashi Yoshimatsu - Cello Concerto Centaurus Unit mov. 1 Ann Hamilton - Lignum Ekkehard Ehlers - Plays John Cassavetes 2 Yoko Ono - Song for John Anri Sala - Le Clash David Rothenberg and Michael Deal - Madagascar Whale One Shana Moulton - ThoughtPlace MindStream Shana Moulton - Whispering Pines 6, 7, 8 Shinobu Ono - 私と小鳥と鈴と . Songs in album The Mindstream - The Mindstream 2017. The Mindstream - Will You Open Up. The Mindstream - Worlds Apart. The Mindstream - Explode Into Light. The Mindstream - Touch The Grey. She concentrates on producing loosely autobiographical videos and performances that feature her agoraphobic, hypochondriac alter ego, Cynthia. She describes Cynthia as a tool for me to figure out my own ambiguities or ambivalence about things in the world, to help me deal with them with a little humor and perspective