My immensely gifted friends Chris Parker and Lola Kalman have helped me realize my dream of turning my diagrams about love into a series of six short videos. Chris and I shot and edited footage over the course of a year. Lola sent us recordings from her new home near Tel Aviv, while she was less than a month away from her due date. I couldn’t have done it without their patience and brilliance, and I can’t be more pleased to share our work with you.
You can view these videos at love.seebytouch.com/videos, where I’ll be adding them one a day starting Monday, July 22nd. They are best enjoyed with headphones. If you like them, please pass them on.
The struggle for social equality, racial equality, gender equality and animal rights is a struggle for equal distribution of love.
See also: Input Output.
“If a cat is called a tiger it can easily be dismissed as a paper tiger; the question remains however why one was so scared of the cat in the first place.”—Paul de Man, The Resistance to Theory.
Tikal, Guatemala, May 2013.
“If you stand at the bottom of the pyramid’s steps and clap your hands you get this incredible chirping sound. …Reflections from the treads of the staircase are responsible for the echo; the sound is like a bird chirping because the step height gradually changes: causing the frequency of the echo to rapidly drop.”—Sound Tourism