Dreaming that the house is full of people, presenting an inopportune moment for me to take a shower, seems pretty transparent. I noticed last night that the further I pushed my bed away from the wall and the surrounding PVC and garden hose forming the water crossing barrier, added to the increase of water flowing from the tap, the more effective the deterrent to nightly negative interference. I woke only twice during the night (to cut fresh garlic I’ve placed throughout my room in small mesh fabric sachets as well as the pungent end slices of red onion in its sachet at the foot of my bed with fresh pieces) when previous nights I was awake at least a half a dozen times.
I used my RSG-1 on its pulser setting much of the day yesterday and slept, alleviating what I felt to be the beginnings of another onset of congestion. A CT scan at my doctor’s office revealed nothing out of the ordinary adding to my suspicion of negative influence. At home I wear a neodymium or rare earth magnet taped over the alien implant behind my right ear which I’ve found to be highly effective in nullifying the sensation of tiny insects crawling across my face. I rarely remove my Silver Terminator from its velcro strap I wear placed against my upper arm, even while at home, and take special care to make certain I’m wearing it when I leave my apartment, though I have to change arms once in a while when I begin to notice a stinging against my skin from prolonged contact with the silver disks and perspiration from my body. The Silver Terminator is probably ancient technology, but became lost somehow, so it’s again in its infancy stages of redevelopment. When the Silver Terminator is more widely embraced, as it should be, I’m sure there will be further improvements to make the device even more wearable.
‘Bow’ sculpture as seen at the 2011 Winchester School of Art Degree Show.
The leverage for my sculpture was Courtesy of Andrea Willette Rice and Tights Sculpture. As I felt the Bow needed to be tilted to give it extra height because the space where it was placed was vast in height and scale. This gentle tilt gave the Bow its space and composition. Using Andrea work was an important lesson on the chance to collaborate and work with materials that already existed in the space.
The ‘Bow’ sculpture seen at the SEIZE graduate show at The Bargehouse London.
fun with metal balls
no homo. but seriously, i found one of these cool puzzle toys in one of my colleagues desk. they look like small ball bearings but made out of neodymium magnets. i believe the original is made by neocube but there are many cheaper knock offs out there that will do the same job.
unfortunately i’ve seen that some sites has stopped selling these due to swallowing hazard that may cause intestinal injury or in some rare case, death! that aside, assuming you’re a responsible adult (and u will need to be, these things arent cheap!) check out the cool stuff u can do with them on the video below: