DIZZINESS — A Resource

Robert Prosser
Lecture Performance

Lecture Performance by Robert Prosser at Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. May 22, 2015. Read More.
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Robert Prosser
Dizzy on Stage.
Trance in Anthropology and Practice

It's one thing to write a text, but another to read it out loud and in front of an audience, where one becomes vulnerable. On the other hand, through this act of reaching out, potentially, it touches people more directly than through the written word. Voice is limited to a place, at a specific time. It's intimate: one speaks, the other listens. Read More.
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Musikfestival Rottweil
Instruction for Use

Excerpt of the concert Instruction for Use at Musikfestival Rottweil, Germany. June 18, 2015. Read More.
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Henry Hills
HASENHERZ
Failed States

HASENHERZ-Screening with Henry Hills at Navigating in the Unknown, Monday 11 May, 2015. Read More.
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Observation 8

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Leonhard Grond
Instability to Provoke Reorganisation

Improvisation for me means to steadily scan my environment with all my senses in order to be able to react. This monitoring was a movement or awareness in as many directions as possible. Read More.
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Charlotte Hug
Insomnia Vertigo

Performance by Charlotte Hug at Navigating in the Unknown, Monday 11 May, 2015. Read More.
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Ruth Anderwald
Headlessness1 as Dizziness

Drifting away my perception changes. I can only recognise parts of what I do, see, hear and experience. Only in a quiet, secluded environment can I enjoy this state of dizziness, because I can deliver myself into it. Read More.
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Karoline Feyertag
Get Entangled!
On Positions and Momentums

Why have we always been thinking in “straight lines” when Lucretius had already observed the swerve as a permanent change of motion? Read More.
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Position and Momentum in Quantum Theory

In quantum mechanics, momentum is defined as an operator on the wave function. The Heisenberg uncertainty principle defines limits on how accurately the momentum and position of a single observable system can be known at once. Read More.
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Quantum Entanglement

Two entangled particles are linked in such a way that the state of one of them determines the state of the other. Have you ever heard how identical twins say they can tell when the other one has been hurt? I’ve no idea how true this is for humans but with particles, that’s kind of what entanglement is like. Read More.
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Superposition in Quantum Theory

When we are not looking, the world is acting completely crazy. But as soon as we turn around, it pretty much acts as normal. Read More.
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Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

Throughout the main body of his original 1927 paper, written in German, Heisenberg used the word, "Ungenauigkeit" ("indeterminacy"), to describe the basic theoretical principle. Only in the endnote did he switch to the word, "Unsicherheit" ("uncertainty") Read More.
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The Observer Effect
in Quantum Theory

When behaving as waves, [particles] can simultaneously pass through several openings in a barrier and then meet again at the other side of the barrier. This "meeting" is known as interference. Strange as it may sound, interference can only occur when no one is watching. Read More.
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Observation 7

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Vivian Ostrovsky
Ruth Gadish
Blown Away

First sketches of Vivan Ostrovsky's and Ruth Gadish's artistic process toward their found footage film on dizziness. Read More.
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Mapping Delirium
Part 2

The typically Western notion of “we’re taking drugs” just reflects the delusions of power with which we approach fellow beings that are superior to us. I don’t take drugs, the drugs take me with them. And it’s not my decision whether I am swept along by it or not, but I can decide what level of humility I display toward it. Read More.
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Observation 6

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In conversation with
Juha van ’t Zelfde
Dread – The Dizziness of Freedom

I think it is this cognitive override by physical intelligence, or physical knowing and thinking… I am interested in that, because there I encounter my vertigo as well. Read More.
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Observation 5

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