by Maurizio Bianchi/M. B. + Cheapmachines
Maurizio Bianchi/M.B.: waves, loops, noises Phil Julian/Cheapmachines: radio, electronics, computers
Early forms of the word 'paradox' appeared in the late Latin 'paradoxum' and the related Greek paradoxos, which means "contrary to expectations". The word is a fusion of the preposition para, meaning "against" or "beyond", and the noun stem doxa, meaning "belief" or "opinion". Applying this to the experiment in sounds system, it's possible to create a counterpoint which seems always increasing against the harmony, while in reality it's cyclical believing in the drones. This represents a plain paradox of oppositions. Like the silence, which is the contrary of the sound, or the Arctic which is the opposite of the Antarctic. The recognition of phonetic ambiguities and modular contradictions asserts for resolution of some kind in a distinctly logical manner of paradoxical conditions. Interfering with the organoscopic past, the paradox is apparently intelligible and the ratified sentence is falsing the sonorous dissemination in an instrumental development of post-modern logic. To illustrate the saturated absurdities of the plurality which revealed therapeutic problems. The demineralized infinity, the circular definitions and the gangrenous confusion are occlusive levels of pulverizable reasoning. In the end, an ethical dilemma of the conflict between an electronic injuction is not to surprise, but inspires a frequencial truth.
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