Archive for April, 2012
In the film “Band of Outsiders” a teacher writes on the board. Classical = Modern. To understand this principal in anything, classical ideas are melded and formed into more contemporary ones which then become modern. Now the question then becomes almost like a sling shot in time and evolution. If we go back say a decade, (represented as D), or a century, (represented as C), or a millennium, (represented as M), and apply classical principals to these modern the outcome becomes this:
D Classical=D Modern
C Classical=C Modern
M Classical=M Modern
D having the least impact on art, and M having the most. Through the Scientific Method in which I’m studying at the moment, I’m eager to test this hypothesis.
The matter is an alternative idea to the Rashomon Effect, should we create an objectivity from a subjectivity? If so, we work with variables:
Formula’s “y+z” utilizes juxtapositions in shots and/or sequences the result “a”, taken by itself, is subjective.
However, when juxtaposed to this formula:
Formula’s “c+b” utilizes juxtapositions in shots and/or sequences the result “a”, taken by itself, is subjective.
But we now have to key things at our disposal two “a’s” that resulted from different variables.
When we contrast these “a’s” they equal one thing.
A=A, we’ve created a objective understanding of our subjective understanding.
Math wise, plug in some numbers into the equation to see if it fits:
which could also mean:
different numbers but the results stand that:
Next is to write in scenarios instead of numbers into the variables. I will be very interested in discovering its aftermath.