S1E5 Dionysos

Contamination in Dionysos: Les Amants (2020)

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Ann Sophia & Milena: Katharis (2020)

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Arriving at Katharsis, decided to confront your emotions. Moving up, becoming the actor of your own journey by overcoming intense situations. Reflecting on your role as part of a bigger stage. Acquiring awareness and acceptance of your mind’s mechanisms, influencing the play. Arriving at the top apogee, ultimately reflecting and distancing yourself from your journey by becoming spectator.

Contamination in Dionysos: Kátharsis (2020)

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Contamination is defined by the merging of two entities, one overtaking the other: spoiling, corrupting and changing its properties.

Milena, Ann Sophia: contamination (2020)

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NASA: Pingualuit Crater Lake (2019)

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Even worse than these demonic transformations of the outer world, were the alterations that I perceived in myself, in my inner being. Every exertion of my will, every attempt to put an end to the disintegration of the outer world and the dissolution of my ego, seemed to be wasted effort. A demon had invaded me, had taken possession of my body, mind, and soul.

Hofmann, Albert: My problem child (1979)

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Psychedelic: from Greek psykhē 'mind' and dēloun 'make visible, reveal'

Online Etymology Dictionary: psychedelic (2020)

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Magritte, René: La Condition Humaine (1935)

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It is easy to see that the ego is that part of the id which has been modified by the direct influence of the external world. For the ego, perception plays the part which in the id falls to instinct. The ego represents what may be called reason and common sense, in contrast to the id, which contains the passions.

Freud, Sigmund: The ego and the id (1923)

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Friedrich, Caspar David: Der Wanderer über dem Nebelmeer (1817)

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Catharsis

from Greek katharsis, is the purification and purgation of emotions through art, or any extreme change in emotion that results in renewal and restoration.

Online etymology dictionary: Catharsis (2020)

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Rist, Pipilotti: Ever is over All (1997)

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Internationale Situationniste: The Naked City (1957)

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Palladio: Theatro Olimpico (1579)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Katharsis (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Catharsis (2020)

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Abundance in Dionysos: Arsenal (2020)

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Ligorio Pirro: Sacro Bosco (1500)

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Pitt, Suzan: The Asparagus (1979)

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unknown: Brain (2020)

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Rossi, Aldo: Città Analoga (1976)

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Cranach, Lucas: Adam and Eve (1531)

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Magritte, René: Castle of the Pyrenees (1959)

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Magritte, René: Youth Illustrated (1937)

de St Phalle, Nicki: Shootings (1960)

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Abramovic, Marina: Point of Contact (1980)

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Kandinsky, Wassily: Contact (1924)

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Magritte, René: Les Amants (1928)

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Candilis, Josic, Woods: Fort-Lamy Stem and Web (1965)

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Friedman, Yona: Ville Spatiale (1959)

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Kubrick, Stanley: 2001: A Space Oddyssey (1968)

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Art was a union of the father and mother worlds, of mind and blood. It might start in utter sensuality and lead to total abstraction; then again it might originate in pure concept and end in bleeding flesh. Any work of art that was truly sublime, not just a good juggler's trick; that was filled with the eternal secret, like the master's madonna; every obviously genuine work of art had this dangerous, smiling double face, was male-female, a merging of instinct and pure spirituality.

Hesse, Hermann: Narziss und Goldmund (1930)

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Picasso, Pablo: Dionysos (1922)

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Unknown: Monastery on Katshki Pillar (1000)

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The acts of the flesh are obvious: sexual immorality, impurity and debauchery; idolatry and sorcery; hatred, discord,jealousy, and rage; rivalries, divisions, factions and envy; drunkenness, orgies, and the like. I warn you, as I did before, thatthose who practice such things will not inherit the kingdom of God.

Galatians: New Testament (80)

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de Egusquiza, Rogelio: Tristan and Iseult (1910)

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What desire can be contrary to nature since it was given to man by nature itself?

Foucault, Michel: Madness and Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason (1961)

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Sorrentino, Paolo: The Young Pope (2016)

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Vermeer, Johannes: Girl with a Pearl (1665)

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON: Worlds oldest microfossils (2017)

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From these few observations we can already conclude that the real is never beautiful. Beauty is a value applicable only to the imaginary and which means the negation of the world in its essential structure.

Sartre, Jean-Paul: The psychology of imagination (1940)

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According to Plato and Kant, any use of media at all serves to taint and corrupt the purity of intellectual ideas. Purity naturally seems to tend to extremes, as could be expected from an idea containing such an inherent binary opposition (mixed/unmixed, clean/soiled, etc.) Purity is an absolute; one cannot be mostly pure, or almost unmixed. Purity is an all-or-nothing proposition.

Martinsen, Leah: purity (2002)

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David, Jacques-Louis: La mort de Socrates (1787)

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Bourgeois, Louise: Selfportrait (1990)

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Graverol, Jane: L'Esprit Saint (1965)

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Man, I can assure you, Is a nasty creature.

Molière: le Tartuffe (1664)

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Pitt, Suzan: The Asparagus (1979)

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One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.

de Beauvoir, Simone: Le Deuxième Sexe (1949)

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Oursler, Tony: The Influence Machine (2000)

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Paik, Nam June: Tv Eyeglasses (1971)

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Holzer, Jenny: Untitled [Protect Me From What I Want] (1982)

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OMA: Yokohama masterplan (1991)

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Price, Cedric: Fun Palace (1964)

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The heterotopia has the power to juxtapose in a single real place several spaces, several emplacements that are in themselves incompatible

Foucault, Michel: Of Other Spaces (1967)

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Archigram: Instant City (1968)

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Hadfield, Chris: Brussels (2013)

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Musk, Elon: Starlink (2015)

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Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration: Supermassive Black Hole, Galaxy M87 (2019)

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Google: Data Center Saint Ghislain, Belgium (2010)

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There remains nothing, in culture or in nature, which has not been transformed, and polluted, according to the means and interests of modern industry.

Debord, Guy: La société du spectacle (1968)

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Haus-Rucker-Co: Oase Nr. 7 (1972)

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Rottier Guy: maison de vacance volante (1963)

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Kubrick Stanley: The Shining (1980)

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Constant: New Babylon (1959)

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Architects can no longer afford to be intimidated by the puritanically moral language of orthodox Modern architecture. I like elements which are hybrid rather than "pure", compromising rather than "clean," distorted rather than "straightforward," ambiguous rather than "articulated," perverse as well as impersonal, boring as well as "interesting," conventional rather than "designed," accommodating rather than excluding, redundant rather than simple, vestigial as well as innovating, inconsistent and equivocal rather than direct and clear. I am for messy vitality over obvious unity. I include the non sequitur and proclaim the duality.

Venturi, Robert: Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture (1966)

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Michelangelo: Biblioteca Laurenziana (1519)

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Ungers, Oswald Mathias: City Metaphors (1982)

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There is therefore a critique of language in the form of bricolage, and it has even been said that bricolage is critical language itself...If one calls brico- lage the necessity of borrowing one’s concepts from the text of a heritage which is more or less coherent or ruined, it must be said that every discourse is bricoleur.

Derrida, Jaques: STRUCTURE, SIGN AND PLAY (1966)

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Coppola, Sofia: Marie Antoinette (2006)

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Everything which we now call culture, education, and civilization must at some point appear before the unerring judge Dionysus.

Nietzsche, Friedrich: The Birth of Tragedy (1872)

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Unknown: Danse Macabre (1700)

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Pussy Riot: Punk Prayer (2012)

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Complete honesty has nothing to do with ‘purity’ or naivety. The full truth is unattainable to naivety, and the completely honest artist is not pure in heart.

Greenberg, Clement: quote (1909)

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Schneemann, Carole: Up to and including her limits (1976)

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Kriegman, Blackinston, Levin, Bongard: Xenobot (2020)

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Harrison, Niel: First Human Cyborg (2004)

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NASA: Dry Heat Sterilization (2017)

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Nasa: Sand dunes on mars (2016)

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NASA: Golden Voyager Record (1977)

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Social Catharsis is reached through reciprocal stimulation of emotions and emotional communion.

Online Etymology Dictonary: Social Catharsis (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Joker (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Katharsis Orthophoto (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Section Katharsis (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Katharsis Orthophoto (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Section Katharsis (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Orthophoto (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Orthophoto Connections (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Elements of Katharsis (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Katharsis (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Katharsis - New York (2020)

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Contamination in Dionysos: Katharis - Paris (2020)

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