->A hormone test is a test in which blood is taken to check the amount of hormones in the blood. Hormone tests performed in obstetrics and gynecology are gonadotropins secreted from the pituitary gland to regulate ovarian function and female hormones secreted from the ovaries that act mainly on the uterus.

In other words, it is likely the same as in the dinosaur era,  from the sight of a new life biologically, we Humans are dinosaurs, if a biological new life can recognise already. They would have destroyed the ferocious dinosaur society on earth.

Current Global Warming and Ice Age:

It is mentioned that it is still in the "cool stage". The earth is stable. The current pollution problem on the earth is what humans are doing.

Missunderstanding of the New media artist: Today so-called "Media, and New media artist" is not artist generally, they have no specific study at the university. They are not unique, most of them are in the section of system engineering. In regards to the society, they are, how to use the technology. They are not creators, no one can study specific physics and mathematics, as well as philosophy (no sociology, no linguistics, no biology). Generally in the society, they are as an instructor who uses technology, not development, to create or do something (no function), and is called phantasy. But they are phantasy, that is the limited idea.
Very few of them, who are self-taught, could be an artist, but an object of something to the future, not system.

Because the study at the university is oriented to the social system in each country.

There are many critics toward "Meda, New Media art" by the scientists' worldwide wide today because there is strictly moral and it requires to study philosophy in the study of science, that contrast to the  "Meda, New Media art", and artists in the "Meda, New Media art" active toward "freedom of expression" in arts, using the technology.

But in fact, "Meda, New Media art", they don't know much about the sciense. Thereby the scientists mentioned "they should more study profoundly.", not only using the technology. This level of art generally would organize the research towards an artistic model (imitation) and its objective(s) as "evidence" of fact, but it is not the fact of anything (so-called as an artefact) today. It does not make sense, rather in the direction of today's bias as a fashion. They (So-called New media artists) are at the level of national science institutions (their funding and they are the future national elite artist, that aims how to use the technology. -> most of in the topic of weapons, control to humans and animals, torture), but their artistic content is imitation e.n.g. Nam June Paik is an ontological godfather (technology as high art) in Media art, in contrast with others, and not natural.

In another dynamic of art today, it is the work of art by the scientists literary, I would like to introduce this dimension of work of art, and they are "queer", also privately. Their (doctor in natural science) work of art is unique and literary. I met one of them in person (in a collective/group, it was a workshop), is a scientist and an artist, but literary (uniqueness and originate), and I am exploring it in art and humanity essentially and profoundly.

In the case of visual arts, literary means conceptual art (not the metaphysical painting) generally, but there are many variations. Her artistc topic on trans-gender connects with her scientific study in xenology, through her life-experience, it makes her work of art uniqueness.

What I explore in the topic of transversal aesthetics through my life-experience, e.g. a performance project with an autism girl.

In fact, from the xenological aspect, of I think about gene evolution, it is not wondering, about what I am thinking, probably there is existing "new seed" on the earth, it will create a new civilisation in the next 100.000 years later, it would be called "after human-age".  Art is fiction, but thereby fiction itself does not make any sense.

If I see their work of art from the aspect of culture, one is anal-surrealism, and another one is nonsense art in post-materiality, that are their truth and our near reality, probably, are now and its uniqueness.
A global error is the technology and its economy such as fixed nose by cosmetic surgery a figure of "trans-human" which image from the figure of comic and transforming of academic theories into popular culture through technology – Today's idealism in the comic as popular culture. (The contemporary academic art looks sub-culture, using sub-culture as a medium of art representation (academic theories)), they are young national elite academic artists. Many of them are home-sexual, without experience, but theoretically, they are homosexual and they say "yes, I am homo-sexual," but without love (without the emotional state, and they are (must be) always objective). It is called "progressive" in the art academy. In my generation at the art academy in West Germany, we had acknowledged autonomous seminars.

I mentioned that the prevocational art and provocation in the arts are these types of works of art in the context of the philosophy of art, which comes out of the outside of the art academy, and its something.

When I will write a paper, I would like to introduce my art collection, which I received and saw physically, which work of art, we don't see at the gallery, in the topic of inside of research.

Virus research is a very new study because it infects and spreads in the human body. Even now, it is not clear what it is.

-> When he/she knew the necessity of the operation, it was the decision of the crystallization of his/her genome for the next generation.

So what I am considering is the desire for human reproduction as a continuation of the gene.

References:  "Green x" on reflexion

Matsunami, Erika, still/silent, Berlin: Revolver Publishing, 2011. https://d-nb.info/1018097201/04 

On noise by Holger Schulze's and Joseph Necvatal's Theses are different theses, but in transdisciplinary research in transversal aesthetics, I need to explore both at the same sage ethically.

Joseph Necvatal's thesis is, after the end of the art by Danto, explored profoundly, what art might be possible to give for us in life, in other words, what means "creativity" for us critically, is a kind of cultural shifts in the Western culture as central culture in the world since modernism. It is close to liberation from slavery in the mental part from the Western culture as central culture in the world since modernism. - decentralisation

But that is the beginning of the quest for uniqueness and its responsibilities between science and art, philosophy and art, notion and human.-> Anthropology

Keywords: Meta-code, (...) -> Visual art, Industrialization, Life and Death, (...)

Holger Schulze's thesis is, towards awareness on listening or through listening, but philosophically, involves its consciousness in the environment from critical aspect and today's black study. - decentralisation

Also that is the beginning of the quest for uniqueness and its responsibilities between science and art, philosophy and culture, notion and human.-> Anthropology

Keywords: Emotion, (...) -> Music, Environment Noise in everyday life, Cognitive linguistics, Joyful, Liberation, Collaboration, (...)

Cage, John, Silence, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1995 (originally published Silence by the Western University Press, 1961)

Fuchs, Thomas, Ecology of the Brain, Oxford: OUP, 2018 (originally published as Das Gehirn - ein Beziehungsorgan by W. Kohlhammer GmbH, 2007)

Mac Cumhaill, Clare, “Specular Space”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, vol. 111, 2011, pp. 487–495.

Nanay, Bence, Aesthetics as Philosophy of perception, Oxford: OUP, 2016.

Nechvatal, Joseph,  Immersion Into Noise, Michigan: MPublishing/University of Michigan Library, 2011.

O' Callaghan, Casey, Beyond Vision: Philosophical Essays, Oxford: OUP, 2017.

Patteson, Thomas, “Listening to Instruments”, Instruments for New Music: Sound, Technology, and Modernism, University of California Press, Oakland, California, 2016, pp. 1–17. 

Schiesser, Giaco, "What Is at Stake: qu'est-ce que l'enjue? Paradoxes: Problematics: Perspectives in Artistic Research Today", Arts, Research, Innovation and Society, G. Bast et al. (eds), Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2015, pp.197–209

Schulze, Holger, Sonic Fiction, London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020.

When I start to think about Joseph Nechvatal's painting which is created with the support of the robotic arm. His image as an object, how he told in the interview about his experience with HIV-virus in the early 1980s in the USA, but I see the process of acute cirrhosis more than the case of HIV-positive in his image. It feels like endoscopy has made some progress. Body sounds can be heard by ultrasonography (Gefäßultraschall (Duplexsonographie) in the case of Vascular examination). It's noise, of course. Viruses are breeding in the body. In particular, the feature of HIV-VIRUS hijacks DNA. What does that mean to our body?

Thereby, I argue that "a work of art cannot be a model for anything".

So, my dialogue with his image (painting) is subjective. From the scientific aspect, I can not have any connections with his image, but political, economical and cultural aspects critically, it might possible to deal with his topics. However, it is through my inspiration his image as meta-code together with his thesis.


The painting of Joseph Nechvatal, which is created with the support of the robot arm, is likely the Object of Duchamps' URINAL. By Nechvatal, it is like anal (viral), that is his concept. And it is his dandyism toward this topic of HIV infection, or other infection, and the society. Thereby what he created, which was the noise music likely sound art and sound collage in the 1980s, is the hidden code and emotional part (invisible) of his conceptual painting with the support of the robot arm. His writing is complex, but his work of art is also complex. He is not the media artist, but rather the new type of the conceptual artist using the computer in the 1980s. - for me, he is like an American academic Punk Doctor (Phd. in Philosophy). In a sense, he is one of many, who has reformed American culture.



If my child has this symptom, then I would like to ask the medical doctor about the hormones of my child, maybe as her/his parents, we would like to be examined our DNA and my child. And I will think about skinship with my child (nonverbal communication, when she/he was a baby, etc.). In the case of children, there are many non-deeply psychological causes, is my experience with children. For children, I think it's serious.

I had raised her child with a German female friend, who was a German feminist, raised in Japan and able to speak in Japanese because of her parental relationship. Raising her son as a transgender, the "feminist ideological education through German political correctness by the intellectual women (I called it Kant's aesthetic and its negativity) - the gaps between mind and body" did not apply to the organic nature of the child's growth process. He cut his long blonde hair himself and stopped wearing his skirt. My task in our artificial family was to speak, cook, play, reading the Japanese book, draw and sing together with him in Japanese as his second mother language (bilingual) traditionally (minimalism in the sense). Her mother was a colleague of my grand aunt at a catholic university in Tokyo, both were professors and had a doctoral degree in theology (Feministische Teology) and my grand aunt in natural science, physics (She had BA in pharmacology, and Teacher licenses were earned from kindergarten to university professors. She was the president of a private university, from kindergarten to university.). He is German, but he is bilingual in German and Japanese without attending an acknowledged Japanese School. He studied Japanese Sociology/Japanology at the University in Germany, as well in Tokyo, Japan. (Keio, Waseda Universities) He married his classmate (her) and lives and works in Japan now. His mother is older than me, just after the German student movement's generation. She love/loved Japanese culture as a part of her own, such as the J-POP song by Takemitsu (his simpleness), and the Japanese aesthetic of organic sense (naturality). I would like to say "I love German culture." also, ...Since the established of AfD, I cannot say like before 2014 "I love German culture.". I am a foreigner and have no political rights in Germany. AfD uses the arts and culture for their propaganda, such as using the platform in social media, currently an issue in the art and culture scene in Germany. They will or did establish their cultural foundation.

When he was still a kid, he was so noisy, disturbing and hysterical when people were talking, so the German adults around him scolded him for being selfish. But my opinion was, "Isn't he deaf?" When I was examined by an otolaryngologist, it was an "ear (Semicircular canals) disease".

What about these topics, I am thinking in the context of body, that is about chromosome and hormone. Its time and space, as well as body, into body.

Historically, sex chromosomal abnormalities, as well as transgenders, were not strange, and their lives were destined to be fragile. Thereby, my thought of keywords is hormone. I think that it is the relationship of XY that appears in men, more than in the case of female body (sex chromosome).

These days, the numbers on the medical test might be possible to show us which cases the person is ethically sensitive (at the mental level, psychology) and which is physically sensitive. Some of them are both sensitive. In the case of physically sensitive, e.g. person has the obvious limitation of capacity organically.

-> Question for relaxing

In my aspect of research, it is "sich fallen zu lassen" auf Erde, that is "Relaxing my body and relieving tension". It means for cleaning (off state) my mind (at the mental level) also.

-> Post-materiality

On mathematics, I would like to argue that the limitation of the mathematical theories such as on Nature by Pythagoras (Golden Ratios by Pythagoras, Plato, and Plotinus), in the Western arts, is a kind of the foundation of a paradigm or industrial ideal (pragmatic) in the design or belief of beauty.

The collective play as a sub-culture of everyday life in the contemporary society, a case of Japan, one of is Karaoke. It was from the cultural context of Traditional Japanese Culture, such as exchange poems (Lyrics/Waka) and reading aloud poems (Lyrics/Waka) in a collective. The poem (Lyrics/Waka) in Tradtional Japanese Culture was an important and intellectuell gift. - Love and Communication from the Japanese Buddistic tradition. By singing Western English songs in Japanese, new expressions and new Japanese pronunciations were born. - How Japanese transformed the Western industrial culture from the context of Traditional Japanese collective play for joy in everyday life. - Cultural evolution from sub-culture.

I am thinking about the collective play in post-materiality.

Takemitsu's aesthetic was also like "viral aesthetic" in dandyism, and his word was very simple, but his music composition was complex, likely Nechvatal's text. It was the era internationally. The artists of this era were "anarchy" in the society, so that their work of art was uniqueness. Both of emptiness, I can connect with estrangement. Takemitsu's is for me clear, which is based on daoism. Both works are mourning death.

-> If we say that we like these object as an artwork, then it would be produced and released in the society.-> Supply and demand society, its capitalism

So even more problematic is that it overlaps with postcolonial morals. -> Artistic intervention through media, new media art and economic war

Thereby traditional critical theories have no meaning in the contextless of the human and non-human society

-> To us interesting to see their works, because we in art and humanity must explore our law towards technology by the authorities democratically.

Media art and New media art:


Media art is using the media such as Video, Sound, Photography and so on, is represented through the medium of CD, DVD, Monitor, etc., or installed in a space. It is managed by computer software. -> Monitoring, Projection, and so on.

New media art is such as sine wave as artistic material through the interface and other diverse such as sensor, is managed by the computer software, as well AI. -> Robot, Interactive Game, Interactive installation, and so on.

-> I received an invitation to discuss from a researcher in science, in the section of art and technology. He is critical of art and technology in media, and new media art. I connected this paper to my artistic research. But I don't respond to this invitation in words yet. I agree with his critical aspect, however, I do have not enough current debates in the new media art worldwide. Mine is rather the aspect of aesthetics, is towards moral and freedom of expression in arts.

-> I saw her current work of art in 2021 physically. She is a scientist, designer, artist, and engineer, and transgender. Her work is nonsense art, not metaphysical, but rather from reality and not documental, also not experimental, and not a classical art object. Her nonsense art gives us no category of art in post-materiality. (She has the philosophy of science with her artwork, but she has no philosophy of art, that I found, and I can say that I like it without worry about anything.) Her attitude to artistic creativity is in the contrast with the new media artists, how different is, the new media artists are their research looks like the scientific, but without scientific content, that is a kind of their phantasy. How Russell claimed at the time philosophically.

For us, artistic researcher, interesting work of art is not the representation format of the Western ideology (the museum was the colonial place) of the gallery or concert or museum.

Why did we artists in the 1980s go out from the white cube of the gallery and museum? But, the today's art world is the same conservative likely before 1980s. What it different is, the industrial system is digital today.

It was for the new creating of the representational places in the context of society.

 -> In the case of her work of art, especially current her thought of hormone is important for me to study, due to the sensibility of the body. Particularly, her artwork is, in her life under the medical health care, that is focused on the legal state of our society and human mentality, against violence and racism. Her artwork is very smart in post-materiality. -> Her truth and its natural state in these complex topics.

For me as an artist, thereby the research objective(s) is for exploring my topic of ageing. -> I also received a prescription for vagina cream (hormonal agent) at a regular cancer examination in obstetrics and gynecology this summer. -> the risk of the Estrogen treatment (by artificial and chemical hormones) is Breast cancer.  My question is on Estrogen, as well as ageing and hormone in her case. Perhaps the treatment will be "from her body individually" rather than artificial and chemical hormones.

I think the hormone is the animal's "eros". It's a very complicated treatment. -> considering of life style, "my body" and my mental state

My criticism toward "queer" is, in the case of their idea of transgender is equal "freedom". Because the operation of transgender is dangerous for life, and that is not for fashion. The purpose of Medicine saves lives, not kills lives.

J-Pop, Lyric and composition by Toru Takemitsu, - I wonder if tomorrow is sunny?, a simply wishing makes change our life, was his wish of happiness for everyone. For him, music was a gift for everyone.

明日ハ晴レカナ、曇リカナ ショーロクラブ/武満徹ソングブックより

小さな空  "small sky"


「死んだ男の残したものは・・」 This song sings about the fighting (war) is not a "hero", just "emptiness", which is nothing more than a loss.

I feel that Takemitsu's unique "幽玄yugen" aesthetic world is so beautiful. "幽玄yugen" is an aesthetic in Japanes culture which was from Daoism. Takemitsu's unique "Yugen" aesthetic world, there is nothing else left. What the dead man left behind. A composer who has achieved this much work and passed away.

-> In other words, humans experience at the aesthetic level (sensory level) only "using eyes" and simultaneously hearing mainly, today's emotional education without using body and without kinship touching each other at the level of moral (good or bad decision). The intellect by the senses of the brain does not develop. For example, language ability. In neuroscience, it is started to claim.

Noisy Fields: Interference And Equivocality In The Sonic Legacies Of Information Theory


Knouf, Nicholas
Noisy Fields: Interference and Equivocality in the Sonic Legacies of Information Theory discusses the ways in which noise causes interferences within disciplinary fields. Noise tends to bring diverse disciplinary approaches together, interfering in their constitution and their dynamics. I understand noise to be more than either positive revolutionary potential or negative disruption; instead, noise functions equivocally, possessing aspects of each pole in varying degrees. As such, it is vital to follow the machinations of noise. Considering noise as a material-discursive phenomenon, I trace its intersections with sonic practices and information theory. Noise was a key point of contention in the early debates surrounding the development of information theory, and I examine some situations that provide alternatives to the standard formulations. I then trace the interrelationships between information theory, noise, and early electronic music in the 1950s, outlining how artistic experiences necessitated the development of new information theories. Considering the confluence of sound and information in finance, I show how noise is both understood as a potential source of monetization while ultimately confounding attempts at complete capture. I turn to the nexus of speech, the voice, and noise, to consider situations of parrhesia , or "fearless speech", that consists of noisy interferences within social systems via the activity of robotic performing objects. Finally, I listen to the electronic vocal manipulations of Maja Ratkje and Holly Herndon to consider a micropolitics of the noisy voice. In sum, I show how the analysis of noise requires a transdisciplinary approach in order to elucidate the complicated dynamics of its interferences.
Date Issued
noise; sound; information theory; cybernetics; music; finance; robotics; voice

Before starting to explore I need to deal with topics from diverse perspectives. This procedure is my natural being, not technical problem of RC or editing problem. At the smae time, probably, this natural being is well doing for the deep (interactive) learning with AI in arts and humanities. – a test phase for that.

If the RC would connect with AI interactive optionally, that is for me (user) helpful.

My task is how I edit my exposition on RC from these aspect of deep learning particularly. Currently, I explore the gaps between human writing and non-human writing at the reading level. Writing, when I write, that is human-wiritng. In the reading, pronounce is characteristic, but how to read, in relation with the mental state, I would like to explore practically. e.g. between English as well German, and Japanese. (the language with article and without article.) -> artistic research for articulation, which is an important research in which country has diverse minor languages, as well topological and phenomenological aspects.

I don't use any comparative expressions in natural language. It is different between "Difference" and comparative. Today's problem is, through the information theory of nonsense-without context at the level of English (one language) in the world, we don't see/grasp the "difference" of reality. The advantage and the disadvantage in the one-world thinking of virutual reality, who and from which position sees the world. For the level of the virutual relaity, I explore "relatiy" for us humans through art, what it means in the informational society.

Nechvatal's Grandchild generation in the USA, I am reading Knouf's doctoral thesis, is very smart, how he dealt with topics and research questions, as well as critically. We can research transdisciplinary, thus we don't need to fix the research position as left or right, and we don't need to use the metaphor.

-> Programming of the computer: Javascript, generative, mapping, patching, and so on.

->I am the generation in molecular biology (general study), because of developing of technical by Canon, Nikon etc...

In Japan, AI came in early of the 1980s. Earlier more than Germany.

Since 2020 New digital organisation in Germany, in my case, my sound composition analysis through AI by GEMA, and there is sound ID, and AI can identify my sound in the streaming. Without my permission, a second and a third person cannot modify my sound composition. It is the same with the digital image.
So, I don't need to draw classical sound notation anymore. The sound notation of sonic sound can be written more freely. I am designing one. Thereby the most important is to write (script) in words. It was easier when I could express myself in a drawing. Why I am reading a lot of papers and books as well in other research fields, is because of the specific term. Today, study means more harder for artist.

With my rule of sound painting, you cannot see it, but AI can analyse it. It is the same on the radio.

-> Thereby my suggestion toward Human and Non-human society in the 21st century, it is necessary to explore. I am convinced so.

In the topic of Bodies, Organisms and Machines, Vivian Xu (Artist, designer, Shanghai/Kunshan): The Skin Series includes her "Sonic skin" is obviously towards the self-destructive terrorism that made the control of human emotions possible by a third party.

Vivian Xu had explained the detail of her work of art via zoom, everyone can watch this talk by Vivian Xu online.

Why do artists without scientific knowledge study as "academic" at the national level? - dilemma in freedom of expression in arts of the western philosophy at the academic level internationally.

Nechvatal allowed me that writes about his work of art, and he knew how I write. (He cannot write "shit" as a cultural shift by himself.) critically, because writing must be objective. But he wishs for the writing at the intellectual level from the critical aspect, and metaphisically.


 Materiality until today’s theories at the level of molecular biology were ignored. However, the topics in the theories might be possible to explore more and more subjective from inside. For example, perhaps from now on, the medicine won't use a chemical drug such as in the case of cancer treatment, etc., but one that uses its antibody. In fact, methods have been developed to make artificial bones from own bones (own DNA), as well in dental implantat OP.

My interest in Artist Vivian Xu's Work of art is for the artistic mediation, especially in the case of Heidegger's phenomenology in Aesthetics, which was transformed and is transforming into another language. Generally, we can write only in the case of Japanese critically. In Germany, it would be an "ideal", even if it is in a negative sense, that is German dilemma between Kant's aesthetic and its negativity. In France, it would be together with their Sadomasochism culture aesthetically. -> Sadomasochism and Christian culture. What I claim, is toward "human gene editing of the embryo". Her body thinking in our culture (law) is illegal, but Chinese "human gene editing of the embryo" is studying not only China's alone. In this case, a Chinese national scientist was punished by international law. In doing so, in general, I am listening the argument of China also, but in English. Because China is a subcontractor for the peaceful use of Western science and the manufacture of weapons, as well as the Western ideology of capitalism and communism. Then, How is working the law in China at the national and international level? So, they will keep Maoism straightly at the national level. I think that the limitation of the Western ideology of the global economy since modernism. What about the Chinese economy developing with Western capital investment?  How the Asian countries would be independent of Western countries?

Thereby my aspect is in transversal aesthetics. Question for contemporary law on the human body.

For example, the idea of a French punishment tracking device currently used by France for sexual violence criminals is also a device to wear on the body. In the case of France, I read an article about a sexual violent who is chasing a particular woman, who attaches a device and begins to sound a warning when approaching the woman.

For me, it's more important than whether the article is correct -> Question for contemporary law on the human body.

The era of passing electricity through the body and treating the shock as a treatment is over. That's because neuronal research has been incorporated into molecular genetics.

A Korean independent filmmaker and curator Gye-Joong Kim, who lives and works in Canada currently, he created a firm for Robert Fenz. They studied together at the California Institute of the Arts, USA. I watched Gye-Joong's film, which was a digital video, image and editing were simple but very beautiful, estrangement which aesthetic is based on Daoism is mourning the death. What Gye-Joong filmed, it was "wind", on wind.

From this aspect, I love Asian culture, is Asian philosophy. Gye-Joong is working already on the next videowork, that was left by Robert Fenz, a dialogue with him.

I am also working on.

-> You will understand what fits your language culture sensuously, what does not fit, and you will also sensuously understand the differences between generations.

The Western (before the world war II) industrial culture is "aggressive" for the ecological culture, it made the society aggressive in Japan. The Western (before the world war II) industrial culture itself in modernism was not civilization, rather an ideological, categorized system.

For example, American lyrics in the 1970s was too aggressive and expressed directory their aggression for Japanese culture (in language), was question how to make a balance between Western's and own culture.- the issue of colonialism own selves in own country.  I call it a kind of cultural feedback.

In the case of India, the Dancers and Musicans (their profession is the academic degreed engineer who are the member of CID/UNESCO. Because there is no job and no profession as educated traditional dancer in the Indian contemporary society) had been starting to dance and creating the music from the context of their tradition, and organising the Dance and Music Festival and workshops in India, were the member of CID/UNESCO in Paris, for joy in everday life. (The academic degreed engineers as dancer and musician are showing and teaching the Indian high traditional culture to indian people in India. They learned the Indian traditional high culture as they were child.) I think that this situation made up by the ideology of communism in India, rather than American idustrial culture.

The Indian high artistic culture and their philosophy, I cannot compare with the black study. I question why all colours of people are categorized under the black study by the academy in the Arts today? and another side is whiteness and toward whiteness. Because the Western believe even today, Tradition against the Western civilization. But there is their country, not the Western (since before the world war II) territory.




This essay constructs philosophical defenses against criticisms of my theory of the end of art. These have to do with the definition of art; the concept of artistic quality; the role of aesthetics; the relationship between philosophy and art; how to answer the question "But is it art?"; the difference between the end of art and "the death of painting"; historical imagination and the future; the method of using indiscernible counterparts, like Warhol's Brillo Box and the Brillo cartons it resembles; the logic of imitation-and the differences between Hegel's views on the end of art and mine. These defenses amplify and fortify the thesis of the end of art as set forth in my After the End of Art: Contemporary Art and the Pale of History (1997).

Robert Fenz (1969-2020)

<- Art (and Humanity) and Science

In my suggestion of "Gree x" on creativity, next talk after the talk with Nechvatal is with Thomas Fuchs (Neuroscientist), after his talk, is the workshop with Bence Nanay (Philosopher in philosophical psychology).



It takes a very long time for human beings to become experiences and conceptualize through knowledge.Thereby, my question is, will the notion consists of the information? e.g. through virtual experience, and AI


Ethics of Minimalism and Christian culture, its naturalization (in Music and cognitive linguistics), on Reflection


Kant, Hegel, Husserl



Deleuze and Guattari 


So, I am a contemporary artst.

My starting point of research question in the first solo artistic project at UdK Berlin, was 'What is "art"?' in 1992, it meant 'What is "beauty" in human-being?' The project was with disability, but with severely disabled people. In doing so, I created an artwork (fiction) "video-performance" - experimental documentation from nonfiction (physical experience as notion) to fiction. Severely disabled people were performers together with me. And the second research quetion in this porject was "What is the therapy?" in the context of art and our life. It was question for our human-nature.


->To deal with contemporary new media art or other art with / through technology, a study of philosophical psychology in aesthetics is required. To me for exploration of transversal aesthetics, it requires to study.

Pressemitteilung,  Dienstag, 19. Oktober 2021
Will die AfD den Vorsitz des Kulturausschusses im Bundestag übernehmen?
Deutscher Kulturrat appelliert an die Fraktionen von SPD, CDU/CSU, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, FDP und Die Linke
Berlin, den 19.10.2021. Der Deutsche Kulturrat hat bereits am 29.09.2017, nach der Bundestagswahl 2017 den folgenden Beschluss gefasst: „Der Deutsche Kulturrat appelliert an die politisch Verantwortlichen im Deutschen Bundestag, bei der Besetzung der Ausschussvorsitze im Deutschen Bundestag ein besonderes Augenmerk darauf zu richten, dass der Ausschuss für Kultur und Medien im Parlament eine besondere Verantwortung für die Kunst- und Medienfreiheit sowie die Erinnerungskultur trägt. Der Ausschussvorsitz darf daher nicht an die AfD gehen, die dieser besonderen Verantwortung nicht gerecht werden kann.“ Dieser Beschluss hat an Gültigkeit nichts verloren.

Die SPD hat nach der Regierungsbildung 2018 den Vorsitz des Ausschusses für Kultur und Medien des Deutschen Bundestags übernommen und damit die geplante Übernahme des Vorsitzes durch die AfD verhindert. Es stellt sich jetzt die Frage, wie die Fraktionen im Deutschen Bundestag bei der Konstituierung des Ausschusses in der nächsten Legislaturperiode verfahren werden?

Deleuze and Guattari 

We need to sutdy and study in the new age.

-> My research position, as well as perspective, is in the research of Holger Schulze anthropologically. Noise culture itself, I don't think that is revolutionary. Because we don't recognise things and their events in our surround essentially. Informational noise in society does not give us any deeper meanings in everyday life anthropologically. People believe that it is intelligent or highly sophisticated digital material. In Knouf's society, it makes money, probably, many countries in Europa are interested in this aspect of noise more and more, is revolutionary, and is so-called digital revolution. Because sonic is material no matter of money. Also class difference in the culture was changed, it made a flat and individual society.

And, we are in the next phase with noise, that is,

-> What is "matter of rich in listening" for us humans (it makes us happy), I would like to introduce the artistic research of Max Eastley's (in the works).

-> Quetion for cognitive-cultural economy


Deleuze and Guattari 



-> My interest in Danto's research is the transformation of imagination that is not a conceptual conversion from Geocentrism to Heliocentrism. It is a cultural shift of research on contemporary human culture and is the most important "death".

Warhol's Brillo Box is the important question for reality, originality, imagination and creativity and so forth in the contemporary art.


-> It's no wonder that cosmetic surgery is commonplace in China, a culture that controls the body and makes the body beautiful.

One of the characteristics of Chinese cosmetic surgery is that facial expressions do not move. People who have had cosmetic surgery on their nose, cannot move their noses like who have not had cosmetic surgery.

Vivian Xu's work of art is in terms of a classical Chinese aesthetics, it's general ideal in the Chinese culture, especially in the Chinese high culture. In this context, I think Chinese cosmetic surgery is normal for noble women. 

In contrast, South Korean men's cosmetic surgery. When asked a Sout Korean about his motivation for those who underwent cosmetic surgery,  he answered that it would be advantageous for them to have a "beauty appearance 容姿端麗 (yoshi tanrei)" as the recruitment criteria for "employment.", that is a kind of classic rassism through the image of high society, that is classical rassism of idealism against another race and another norm.

"容姿端麗" is an idea of beauty in the Confucianism high culture (high society).

In the art world, these people with no facial expressions and fixed noses are called "trans-human", but as a term and a fashion, for transforming the global economy through China.

I cannot understand the difference from someone who had a cosmetic surgery by cosmetic surgery due to the car accident.

Vivian Xu's artwork is intended for worldwide export, not for China, especially for the Western art world, and their consumers. I call it "post-opium war", and it is Chinese awareness historically.

We need to be intelligent now after 20-years war in Afghanistan, the next is Hong Kong..., for that, how we will solve the conflict between Western countries (capitalism) and Eastern countries (communism).


On a planet that is increasingly technologically linked and globally mediated, how might noises break and re-connect in distinctive and productive ways within practices located in the world of art and thought? This is the question I have set out to explore in Immersion Into Noise. (Joseph Nechvatal, 2011) -> Human and Non-human society

Matsunami, Erika, still/silent, Berlin: Revolver Publishing, 2011. https://d-nb.info/1018097201/04 

I explored them in the social context and implemented the thesis methodically and for the educational purpose. My artistic projects were/are more than MA level in this aspect of art study. As well as in terms of keywords of collaboration, gender, (...)

Running fast or flying high or good writing is not an artistic ability. They are able to be implemented through robots and computers, that can be implemented "perfect" ideally.

At the same time, it requires to reflect what is "producing" and "creativity", such as "How it woul be porduced in the environment?" towards Human-centered system

Therefore, we know well, how the digital system destroyed the environment, such as mass producing of semiconductor.

My suggestion is thereby for regionality in art and culture, with the idea of digital system analogically, and for sharing the digital system.

China does not want to be the mass producer of the subcontractor, instead in China, Southeast Asian countries are as seriously polluted as China currently. I feel that the spread of corona infection is also a warning to the world economy for the near future.

But the digital revolution gives us no positive future obviously.

If the memory of a gene is generated in the environment, and the inheritance of a gene does not consist of between homo chromosomes only, then the memory of a masculine gene and the memory of a feminine gene are potentially within oneself and will exist in the own self. That is the gaps between oneself, society (social environment) and nature (natural environment) in the natural sense.

-> The problem with Western traditional aesthetic appreciation as knowledge:

For example my photo series I-ARUIWA, I took just light and air by the analogue photo apart. But, through the transformed words of the Art historian, it would be connected within the context of their culture literary. Thereby, I mentioned "please write just what do you see." always. So, I don't write anything about my artwork as minimalism.

For me, if an art historian can find my effort of the analog photographic technique, it will be my pleasure for creating an artwork. The art historians don't look at artwork, their effort is how to deal with their philosophical knowledge with an artwork effective.

Therefore, my knowledge and effort are a photographic engineering effort, it might be possible in a philosophical notion.

I research Nechvatal's artwork from this aspect into a philosophical notion. -> Human and Non-human society, Noise culture, and so on.

Nechvatal, Joseph,  Immersion Into Noise, Michigan: MPublishing/University of Michigan Library, 2011 is a central subject of this research in the literary aspect as well as towards ethics, because we never know ourselves in the environment.

Semiconductor production and global pollution issues, as well as global infectious diseases and hunger issues



Seriality in gender studies

Seriality or serial collectivity is a term that feminist scholar Iris Marion Young used to describe a reconceptualization of the category of woman in her 1994 essay Gender as Seriality. Young borrows the concept of seriality from Sartre's Critique of Dialectical Reason, where "The originally developed the idea to describe the relationship of individuals to social classes and the capitalist system of production and consumption. Understanding women as a series, rather than a group, entails the recognition that the category woman is not defined by any common biological or psychological characteristics; rather, individuals are positioned as woman by a set of material and immaterial social constructs that are the product of previous human actions."

Serial art

Serial art is art that adheres to a strict set of rules to determine its composition or to determine a series of compositions.


Serial art in art history

Difference of industrialization between Eastern block and Western block in the world:


- PAL and NTSC in analogue TV colour


At an elementary level, NTSC is an analogue TV colour system used in North America, Central America, and parts of South America. PAL is an analogue TV colour system used in Europe, Australia, parts of Asia, parts of Africa, and parts of South America.


-Format in Video -> It calls the format of  "Medium"

VHS and Beta in Video camera recorder and player system



Tractatus 2021 für Rechtsphilosophen Möllers

Der Tractatus 2021, der Essaypreis des Philosophicums Lech, geht an den deutschen Rechtsphilosophen Christoph Möllers für sein Buch „Freiheitsgrade. Elemente einer liberalen politischen Mechanik“. Der Preis ist mit 25.000 Euro dotiert.          

Cage's subject was not on imagination, but rather on reflection, which includes desire.

Search for a Method

"Sartre's opening chapter discusses the relationship between Marxism and existentialism. Sartre sees Marxism as the dominant philosophy for the current era of history and existentialism as a reinforcing complement. Most of the chapter discusses how existentialism fails to stand on its own as a school of thought while Marxism has become corrupted by the Soviets and other orthodox Communists who abuse the system of thought. Sartre sees existentialism as a reaction to this abuse."

-> Not producing, but rather creating in which Idea of collaboration in art, and what is it?

A world industrialization and mass-production in post-war

-> Computing

-> Art and Technology

-> The conference of art laboratory Berlin, I watched their streaming. It was on technology and conservatism through and in Art.

From my aspect, due to art and technology as a study, artists study their topics in literary. Artists have no specific scientific topics, that is why on technology and conservatism through and in Art.

-> Classical global cultural studies and art history are in a rotten state today, as well as classical feminism. It requires for us self-taught and life experience.

-> The Arts in the Eastern block in the world is critical to my aspect of artistic research in terms of biology and ecology because mine is opposed to their seriality. Due to their Eastern Academic ethics in the Arts, in post-war.

They missed the point. There's no such thing as silence. What they thought was silence, because they didn't know how to listen, was full of accidental sounds. You could hear the wind stirring outside during the first movement. During the second, raindrops began pattering the roof, and during the third the people themselves made all kinds of interesting sounds as they talked or walked out.

— John Cage speaking about the premiere of 4′33″[9]

Today's Eastern Block


Freiheitsgrade kennt man aus der Mechanik. Der Begriff bezeichnet dort die Zahl der Richtungen, in die ein Körper sich an einem Gelenk bewegen kann. Bei seinem Versuch, den Liberalismus auf die Höhe der Zeit zu bringen, geht Christoph Möllers weder von der politischen Großwetterlage aus noch vom Gegensatz zwischen Individuum und Gemeinschaft. Vielmehr versucht er, Formen einer Ordnung herauszupräparieren, die Bewegungsfreiheit und soziale Varianz ermöglicht. So gerüstet, verspricht er keine Antworten, aber neue Perspektiven auf diverse Phänomene: auf den Begriff der politischen Repräsentation, aber auch die Funktion territorialer Grenzen. Freiheit, so Möllers, ist eine Praxis der Ergebnisoffenheit, die Prozesse ermöglicht, von denen unklar sein muss, wohin sie führen. 

Therefore, the question is, how is the computer system in the Eastern block and the Western block currently? I think that there is not much difference as a system in Engineering, as well as for users. Probably, how to use the computing system in each country, makes sense culturally.

Seriality and the Eastern formalism in post-war

John Cage4'33" (In Proportional Notation)1952/1953 (Collection, MoMA, USA)


Ink on paper


page (each): 11 x 8 1/2" (27.9 x 21.6 cm);

sheet (each, unfolded): 11 x 16 15/16" (27.9 x 43.1 cm)




Acquired through the generosity of Henry Kravis in honor of Marie-Josée Kravis 

Object number



© 2021 John Cage Trust

-> How was this material problem (medium) solved in digitization (post materiality)?  Through "formatting"

in materiality

My question is, "Might the concept of time be possible to be twisted?" or "the concept of time is twist.".

Then, I think that today's notion of time is "the concept of time is twist." such as DNA, is the biological time. Thus, the sun centered time is the phenomenon of time, which we perceive. (time perception).

The activity of photosynthesis (reflection) is also the "awareness" of cells (through Skin sensation) by the perception of time through light (projection). (for example, Sun bathing may be effective in treating depression.) Thereby, I research the gaps between tradtional notion and contemporary notion.

Hence, a question "Might the concept of time be possible to be twisted?" was an Idea of an era of such as Wittgenstein, who explored the solution and logic towards the question "What is logic?", was important. 

- Artistic research "Green x" by Erika Matsunami, for 2022, in Berlin, 2021

-> It would be explored within the context of Kant et. al, towards the fundamental of German mentality (culture).

Recht und deutsche Kultur/Law and German culture, it calles in German "Gemeinschaft". The question is Gemeinschaft and Individualität. -> Judgment

Changing in norms for "individuality" in the 21st century: How it would be changing?

Another computing is "script" (coding) -> A new language (computer language) -> Linguistics -> Philosophy of Language, Phylosophy of Information

Today's Western Block

-> Changing of Collectivity and Individuality

Private space and Public space (physical), and Online space (virtual) in-between private and public for sharing of "..." as a democratic communication space, e.g. platform

-> Art and Technology

Green x

Post-materiality and post-capitalism

From the perspective of traditional Japanese culture, the Buddhist concept of Zen "無 (Mu)". Its philosophical consideration. That is the point of intercultural approach in cross disciplinary between the Western culture and non-Western culture in music (in which terms of cognitive linguistics), as well as between Minimal art/music and minimalism, towards Minimalism in music.

How it would be developed an economic idea or/and a life idea, or/and a political idea...?


         What does mean thereby "creativity" for us Humans?

Contradiction in the word/term in post-capitalism:

 e.g. Consumer


In socio-economy, is classical capitalism as a system that still "exists", given that essential substances are politically planned so that the people are not inconvenienced and hungry?

Public space and Private space

-> Human and Non-human, Human interface

Thereby, the misleading of the Japanese interpretation on 4'33 was that Cage transcribed Japanese and Asian cultures into the Western culture.

Such as Cage had embodied Japanese and Asian cultures in the Western culture with his artistic way.

This piece 4'33 by John Cage is a work, which consists of both sides (the Western and Non-Western culture) of misreading by the interpretation culturally. It was a new idea of life in the 20th century and the ethics towards this new life (the new technology with the nuclear, and it's politic in the Anthropocene.(action and reaction) It is like a meson, any member of a family of subatomic particles composed of a quark and an antiquark.

-> towards Semi-Formalism

It is not a philosophical thing to be considered from this work, but the work itself is a philosophical consideration, not in a peculiar moral sense of "good" and "duty".


->In this sense, three graphs (1–3) in my portfolio were created by a natural sence towards Cage's "Silence", is an attention to Cage's 4'33, and for time perception by a person (human) towards quantum mechanics (space and time).

Ludwig Wittgenstein: Tractatus logico-philosophicus, Logisch-philosophische Abhandlung. Suhrkamp, Frankfurt am Main 2003

in post-materiality

->Ethics in post-materiality:

"What is data ethics?", Luciano Floridi and Mariarosaria Taddeo

Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK

Alan Turing Institute, London, UK

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A


Data science provides huge opportunities to improve private and public life, as well as ourenvironment (consider the development of smart cities or the problems caused by carbonemissions). Unfortunately, such opportunities are also coupled to significant ethical challenges.The extensive use of increasingly more data—often personal, if not sensitive (big data)—and thegrowing reliance on algorithms to analyse them in order to shape choices and to make decisions(including machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics), as well as the gradual reductionof human involvement or even oversight over many automatic processes, pose pressing issues of fairness, responsibility and respect of human rights, among others."

Max Planck and Albert Einstein had solved the classical issues on Nature, namely in the case of my research in the arts and for the arts between romanticism and modernism.


These issues were started in the early of 1800S in the Western science and academy already.

(The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes in Europe and the United States, in the period from between 1760 to 1820 and 1840.[1])

Quantum mechanics arose gradually from theories to explain observations which could not be reconciled with classical physics, such as Max Planck's solution in 1900 to the black-body radiation problem, and the correspondence between energy and frequency in Albert Einstein's 1905 paper which explained the photoelectric effect

I explore spatiality in the (physical) installation from the aspect of post-materiality currently. -> Environment, Surrounding, etc, and Body.

At the beginning of the 20th century, humanity (Scientists) suggested that the formation of nature consists of quanta and its phenomena, not amounts of weight and mass.

-> Intermediate(s) Art

4'33 was composed by John Cage in 1952.

If the topic of this work by Cage is "Silence" with the background of the atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the 20th century, "4 minutes and 33 seconds" is the historical metaphor of time, and its event was the perception of time, that was created by humans. Thus, I would like to mention that it was an eternal length, as well as awry-time historically.  I think it's no exaggeration to say that everything happened in such a short time interval, and that space created a momentary vacuum (tube) state there (in Hiroshima and Nagasaki). 

In the piece of John Cage, my consideration related to "4 minutes 33 seconds is 273 seconds", its "Silence" with the speed of light and speed of wave** in space. How his piece was intereplated and embodied by the pianist, that was/is the limitation of the pianist (How complex and difficult, how fast and beautifully the pianist plays. either the metronome nor the arrogance, as well as competition was rejected there. ). I read his notation (a score of a sheet music*), the performance was/is just an Ereignis, made up a formalism, maybe (towards) a new one. So, he gave the chance for any kind of music, particularly for sonic art in music, which type of music could not be adopted in a limited space. (It cannot be written on a traditional scale, that was a limited space already.)

*Provision as a artistic rule which referred to the law of the Traditional Western art. 4'33'is a defined length, one reference and measurement range.

** The "sound" that we recognize on the earth is a phenomenon caused by vibration in the air from the origin of the sound that called a sound source. We perceive its sound phenomenon as event. And, by philosophically considering those phenomena and events, we have built the human nature of "existence" and human nature, which is sociality including governance as well by gender difference.

For artists, Online is for sharing or exchanging space or a platform, it depends on the rule of business (everything is business, due to the tax and its law). Even if an Academician streams his/her paper, it is "sharing", is a duty in post-materiality. Thereby, the presentation on the online gallery (which organized as a community or as a company, they manage the artwork in the social context.) is a portfolio under  the rule (ligality) for the professionla artist, is also a new kind of mobility in post-materiality and post-capitalism.

The physical shop is a business in a private space, but virtual space in-between private and public can see everyone from all over the world freely (mobility), in a private room or at the park, and so on. It is also "sharing" of notion.

Digitalization of society with non-human, how can we share with people who have no device such as computer or mobile?, and Is it (Digitalization) necessary for human life?

The image itself is not important for the question of creativity.

Aesthetic judgment

On spatiality in post-materiality: Exploring toward a new coding and formatting with the material in post-materiality of the arts.

As well, due to issues of pollution, energy, etc.

-> Fluxus

The research from the aspect of aesthetics academically and transdisciplinary

Talk "Care with Everyday Objects: Aesthetic and Ethical" by Yuriko Sito at the BSA conference:


How the traditional idea of "Care" in the Traditional Japanese Culture transformed as the art form and design into the contemporary society was, such as the consumer society in the USA, it was as a new relationship with and through the object. - changing of being of the object, and its value. From the perspective of Dogen, philosophically, it is a high culture, which is not the second-hand idea or not the idea of recycling.

How it is different from the idea of care such as repairing an object and recycle?

recycle itself is  in "sachlich" or "funktiononal" system.


From the perspective of Dogen, philosophically, its aesthetic value is thoughtfulness 'communication' for other people and its creativity.

'communication' in the contemporary society means mostly telecommunication or visual communication "Botschaft" or semantics on Facebook and other social media, however, from the perspective of Dogen, philosophically, rather through art medium (writing, reading, singing, dancing, design, painting, and so on) by a perceptional act, not by functional act automatically. -> cultural Behaviour such as tea ceremony, like communication, exchanging the poem (Tanka/Waka). For example, "love letter" was so beautiful in words.

In Japan, there are still some parts of the economy that are made up of this communication (care). For example, mid-year gifts (ochugen/お中元) and year-end gifts (oseibo/お歳暮).


However, Yuriko Saito's on the topic of care is a semi-formalistic idea which is based on thoughtfulness, attention, rather than changing the form from people to people in the environment, e.g. repairing as artistic concept and method (-> de-construction, articulation, assemblage), participatory art project. -> was in post-war -> Post-structuralism

Post-structuralism and Aesthetics of the Everyday -> aesthetic intervention and awareness

->Corona for pianist(s) was composed by Toru Takemitsu in 1962, was one of the new articulation in post-war, in the 20th century.

-> In the arts, that is toward "semi-formalism" in post-materiality.

I explore "formatting" of the ethics from science in the arts, in post-materiality.

Recent problems with modernism in contemporary are, such as, that is with and between the old programming (it has been improving continuously) language and the human languages, as well as its communication.

If the memory of a gene is generated in the environment, and the inheritance of a gene does not consist of between homo chromosomes only, then the memory of a masculine gene and the memory of a feminine gene are potentially within oneself and will exist in the own self. That is the gaps between oneself, society (social environment) and nature (natural environment) in the natural sense.

From the perspective of "Gene" and its naturalisation from the perspective of 21st century:

Difference between East and West, South and North, Digital and Analogue, With property and without (Licence), and so on.

The research in aesthetics is not centered around the art world. 


What is private, public and what means "sharing"? How do we communicate?

-> Post-Fluxus in the 21st century

In the case of a wave, the speed is the distance traveled by a given point on the wave (such as a crest) in a given interval of time. In equation form, If the crest of an ocean wave moves a distance of 20 meters in 10 seconds, then the speed of the ocean wave is 2.0 m/s.


What is wave speed formula?
The speed of a wave is related to its frequency and wavelength , according to this equation: v = f × λ where: v is the wave speed in metres per second, m/s. f is the frequency in hertz, Hz.
What is the speed of a wave physics?
Wave speed is the distance a wave travels in a given amount of time, such as the number of meters it travels per second. Wave speed is related to wavelength and wave frequency by the equation: Speed = Wavelength x Frequency. This equation can be used to calculate wave speed when wavelength and frequency are known.

-> recent Nanay's research on Global aesthetic in aesthetics in 2021

Alfredo Jaar is a Chilean-born artist, architect, photographer and filmmaker who lives in New York City. He is mostly known as an installation artist, often incorporating photography and covering socio-political issues and war—the best known perhaps being the 6-year-long The Rwanda Project about the 1994 Rwandan genocide. He has also made numerous public intervention works, like The Skoghall Konsthall one-day paper museum in Sweden, an early electronic billboard intervention A Logo For America, and The Cloud, a performance project on both sides of the Mexico-USA border. He has been featured on Art:21.[2] He won the Hasselblad Award for 2020.

Question for photographic documentation and photographic narrativity in contemporary industrial journalism:

From Abbildung (illustration) technology in the 20th century to Sccaning technology in the 21st century on apparatus phenomenologically and epistemologically.


Between the Western perspective in post-colonial position and own perspective in everyday life, question for idenitity (mother-language) in photography

Different point of view between them is on transformation of original, and its procedure of things, it might be possible to be an event (Ereignis). -> representational theory of art

The gaps between regionality and globality

I am very thankful for the BSA conference. It was refreshed by the gaps of theses in my brain. 

-> Thereby I have a question: Whether time would be twist?

->We are communicating with this speed in the 21st century.

-> in the western culture, that is design or designed art more than art/Kunst, but it is not a creation only for the functional and rational concept 8for practical, using) of the design goods, but rather mainly thoughtfulness care and communication, e.g. Bauhaus, et. al. in Europa, the USA, and so on, was/is beauty in everyday life. In the UK, its care as communication is hospitality culturally.


The opposite was/is the functionality of convenience. For example, a disposable camera.


Changing from a consumer society to a care (thoughtfulness, attention) society in the 21st century

We do not have to inherit any philosophical and tradition and its formalism in artistic research.


The Postresearch Condition (Postacademic condition)


The 2021 EARN/NWO Smart Culture Conference took place January 26 – 30, 2021. It was organized in collaboration with HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, NWO (Dutch Research Council), and BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht.

For this aspect, my interest in global aesthetics refers to the global climate conditions biologically and geographically. Another interest is in virtual space at the digital level of globality.

My suggestion is thereby matter and event in the environment on earth/Mein Vorschlag ist dabei Materie und Ereignis in der Umwelt auf der Erde. -> Question for "creativity", e.g. in which consists of collectivities, participational life in the environment (surrounding).

I suppose that yes, it might be possible happen in universe. I would like to ask the scientists. time is not like a straight line. What is "time"?

-> Philosophical discourse

Projection and Reflection

threshold, control through digital measurement

Virtual environment

As knowledge in this artistic research, I don't explore communism as well as capitalism, but rather I explore minimalism in the research method, such as Tanaka (which research was held the Nobel peace prize)'s thought at the starting point of his research, "From one drop of blood, I want to develop the machine to examine cancer from one drop of blood.". His idea is based on everyone and for each individuality, not the idea of capitalism by everybody as a collectivity. - The cost performance for everyone, not the cost performance by people.

The universe is the outer world, not "beyond" the world for us anymore in the 21st century. We live on the earth in the universe or into the universe. However, we can never know the whole of nature.

-> Post Neue Kunst in the 21st ceuntury


More Anthropological, Global aesthetic, Geographical, ...were Rhizome in the 20th century

(The high art is not the painting or creation by art medium such as sculpture, rather ethical content of artwork on life or imagination by a human. It can also be a poem. For example, "4'33" by John Cage was created by his imagination, which was another way of imagination by Beethoven. Because Cage lived in another milieu as Beethoven. Thereby the question is what is "imagination"? always. it is the same as Aura (Erscheinung) to judge aesthetically and philosophically. However, it depends on the intention of the creator. In the case of  "4'33" by John Cage, the attention of aesthetic judgment is for the sheet music, to his score, but it was toward the representational theory of art. Thereby I would like to thematize on performativity.  -> being, time perception, finaly, I could say that is a metapher of being in the partiture (score) "4'33" by John Cage, which was not a feature or not as a fugurative image, was a representation of a (musical) performance for 4'33'' on the stage. The task of the pianist was for embodiment of the score 4'33'' by John Cage.

The uniqueness in the artwork, we can not learn as the way of "how to" methodologically and commonly. But, we can study it.

Urban collectivity, which idea is to share the environment with others at the individual level and the public level.

individuality, self-governance, autonomy, ability and non-ability

The gaps is thereby, in medicine, it is prominent (e.g. in the case of cancer. We can never control the cancer cell in our body in the environment.), that is not all and whole of life biologically.

Real environment

After all, as Foucault and many others mentioned, it's important to explore ereignis "other than  out of these measurements as common in life, I mean it from the aspect of biology.".

-> Composition on seet, and Zufall method in the composition by Jazz composer. 

Metapher as artistic value in art, and is it today's or tradtional method in art?

If a man asks me "Does God save a person?", my answer is maybe God is a reflection of the person's heart, but sometimes it is a projection to the person's heart. In neuroscience, it is "mind", heart is an expression literary.

A woman who has been suffering from the "pain" of her chronic illness for 20 years. She was baptized as a child, and when she grew up and withdrew from the church. But in pain, she asked God, "God, if you exist, ...", she told me that she heard the voice of God when she prayed on the bed. After then she was baptized again. The living is really painful for her, due to pain. I think that God has saved her from suicide and is showing her the way of life. God is not the power. If God is the one, it might be possible to be the authority, but if God is Zero, it might be possible to be transparent, it is up to your mind. Anyhow, she has "love" in her mind, in other words literally, she has love in her heart. In English, it expresses "God breathed into you the breath of life". If God is Zero, it might be possible the nature in the envrionment. In minimalism, One is not the one, because it is not towards God, but rather its Being is in the nature.

This woman is a model of "A weeping Woman" in my sound painting work N.N-Zwischenliegened - non-calculable space, time, and body. The idea of the sound composition N.N-Zwischenliegened - non-calculable space, time, and body came from Picaso's cubism, I articulate something.

Difference between Sachlich and Essential:


-> Wohllheim

According Benjamin on Aura to the painting by van Gogh, -> Artwork through perception.

My phase in the 21st century with AI:

In my experience with AI, an excellent AI might be possible to analyse essential and describe essential, however, I need to proof or judge my text. Because it is a systematic way and by the machine, is changing essentiality phenomenologically. It is similar for me to understand between analog photography and digital photography, such as auto correcteur. (There is also image analytics.) 

The question is thereby "What is essential?" 

So, Wohllheim's helps me for that.

Africana philosophy” is the name for an emergent and still developing field of ideas and idea-spaces, intellectual endeavors, discourses, and discursive networks within and beyond academic philosophy that was recognized as such by national and international organizations of professional philosophers, including the American Philosophical Association, starting in the 1980s. Thus, the name does not refer to a particular philosophy, philosophical system, method, or tradition. Rather, Africana philosophy is a third-order, metaphilosophical, umbrella-concept used to bring organizing oversight to various efforts of philosophizing—that is, activities of reflective, critical thinking and articulation and aesthetic expression—engaged in by persons and peoples African and of African descent who were and are indigenous residents of continental Africa and residents of the many African Diasporas worldwide. In all cases the point of much of the philosophizings has been to confer meaningful orderings on individual and shared living and on natural and social worlds while resolving recurrent, emergent, and radically disruptive challenges to existence so as to survive, endure, and flourish across successive generations.

The emergent third-order work defining the field has been focused on identifying for research and teaching, and for further refinements and new developments of, instances of philosophical articulations and expressions regarding what has been, and is, of thoughtful, aesthetic significance to persons African and of African descent. This work has produced educative catalogings and critical surveys of particular ideas and idea-spaces; intellectual and aesthetic expressive agendas, practices, and traditions; and networks of individuals, organizations, and institutions serving philosophizing in African and African-descended life-worlds.

The question for, how grows the culture and its human notion theoretically and practically.

Page: Space composition

Thereby, the research of Sun Erath Tool.com is also "care", and essential, that is the same as in the medicine. -> Care by AI, as well as in the urban. At the same time, that is the control of the public space or/and the collective space (overlapped with private spaces), which is "environment" by AI in the 21st century, which is globaly.


In the artistic research, I explore to draw today's space thinking of "urbanity", is different as in Neue Kunst. What type of space shownd historical Neue Kunst for us? - spatiality

Artistic research: Variations

My view point of the critique in the international "new media art" conference in 2020 (new media art projects were from last 20 years),  it was two poles between East countries and West countries. The subject of new media art projects were stereotypical generally. such as political, economic, scienstific, due to catching the attention of audience. It was strategic toward democracy with using the art as an insturment.

One is commercial norm of in the Western countires, other was meaner sort of system for the artists in the Eastern countires. 

The East country against the Western commercial (economical) system, the artists explored the West commercial (economical) system as reflection. Like a mirror, but how it would be used, likely the idea of torture and intervention in private sphere, was developed by artists, and maybe to use for whom would against the East system, was also idea from the Western art, and looked as fashion.

In the Western countries, there were ideas for the reflection of the governmential technology and war, and mass-media, care and play for enjoyment, or the global economic as symbolic.

-> I am grateful that the 20-year war is over.

From my point of view, material would be light, the technology would be transparent. However, the industrial system itself does not much change, but how to deal the material would be changed. The public sphere and private sphere would be overlaped, I call it a collective sphere (virtual), e.g. social media, and other virtual community. Then, how would the politc change? The language would be minimized more and more, and informational, thereby the term is important, as well as image. For example, Klee's book, at the time, when he explored and wrote this contribution, there was no term yet, but today, we can explain his writing shorter or briefly.

Apple M1, 2020

In art, what it is important therefore research the gaps of  "uniqueness", "aesthetic value and artistic value", "artifacts", "aesthetic appreciation" between Tradtion's and today's, question for natural being.

-> However, what is different from 100 years ago is that modern German medicine and medical institutions are different. If it hurts so much, I think that treatment with the medicament neuroscienstifically. Also in Japan, the treatment method of the pain treatment department is related to neuroscience. In other words, although she will not recover, she had met a good doctor and the treatment is probably successful, is her luck. It may not be understandable her feeling for God to healthy young people. 

She is a German woman. She is an independent person as well as economically, who raised her child with her ex-husband from African countries by herself. She lives independently, she has a great relationship with her married son, grandchildren in Switzerland, her girlfriend and her mother in the senior retiretment home in Germany. They help her lovely.

I think her happiness is that she raised her child freely while fighting discrimination in the environment (milieu). She is a lovely person, her son is a very nice person and also lovely. (I express with a word "lovely", because "Love of God" is too great for us and too heavy generally. Because it is a dialogue with "self-" (reflexion) about life and death. I think it's hard to realize that life is limited. Only she/he by self can express, so I interviewed about life in everyday, through her cognition.)

I found interesting in Joseph Nechvatal's painting, support by the robot's arm and AI, that is a pictorial world on a two-dimensional surface, is a world no correctness, without bad or good, without human intention. His artwork is in the context of surrealism, but with AI. It is an honor to be exposed to the work of real Surrealists in the 21st century. Not only art historical things, still alive. Thereby his creation is his noise sound composition. So, his work is projection. (-> I listened his work, as well as a composition by Lucier also.) His work is an excellent work, and probably a historical one. 

In my research, a question is for "subjectivity" in his work, in which terms of today's. -> Thomas Fuck

Representational in art, representational of art

Geometry is an important research subject in the evolution of the representational idea of space and time through the relationship between visual artistic expression and hearing sense of space and time, and its recognition in human history. Among them, the topic of projection is an important position for the research. For example, it relates to cognitive linguistics, that consisted/consists of grammar as well preposition in the sentence objectivitly and subjectivitly.

The way of humans sees things that differs depending on the projection of light and the phenomenon in the environment.

This research in artistic research has been exploring the subject of geometry without the historical-philosophical academic guideline. For example, I explore this topic in the research field of out of monadology, to grasp the difference between them.

It is the same as a dictatorship that one worldview dominates the world because the perception is different and the concept is different depending on the place of the earth.

-> Text analytics and natural language processing (NLP)

I don't think it as new aesthetical, ethical and philosophical approach, but maybe it helps us as our nature at psychological level. Natural being of the tradition is in Japan for exploring such as therapy, physiology, and so on, as well in Germany.

In Germany, there was an art movement "ZERO" in post-war.

The limitation of platonism in molecular biology was explored in the 1950s, therefore Deleuze had written (...).

In Literary, it is on Love.

e.g. Monade



Echo in the nature, resonance in the architecture, its phenomenon of whole of space design. e.g. Church

As well as in the body of the music instrument.



-> spatial figure

doppeldeutig, dispositive

There is no notion of generic reference, generic expression with the article in Japanese like in English and German, and other language. It means each one-ness in Japanese. Characteristic the outline is ambiguous. 

Beauty in nature and natural beauty:


Difference between by Kant and by Zeami.

Kant (1724 –1804)

- "Form, Shape" of Nature

"Brain death" has historically "There was". It is not a mutation. (It's also written in the story.) In modern medicine, it has been studied that a condition requires treatment.

-> consciousness in neuroscience

Human beings are constantly conducting research that considers "living" and "dead" philosophically and what nature is.

Minimal art

Minimal music

Desire for preservation of the nature historically

For instance, in a concert of a piano piece, thereby the value of uniqueness, Is it the Steinway Grand piano?, Is the performer who plays?, Is it a spesific situation of the place (the concert hall or in other place)?, or is it the music composition by a composer? The value of uniqueness in the Western culture traditionally was such as the judgement through the competition. However, Kant explored the aesthetic judgement at the intellectual level, and also Zeami explored the aesthetic judgement.

From my point of view, aesthetic value is rather being in the environment, and artistic value was explored by the artist profoundly, and was judged philosophically. For this reason, in Western Traditional Art, particularly, the artistic value was important. However, in today's art, there are many intermediated arts that depends on the artistic medium and how the artist manage it.

We can not easy to categorize which is artistic value and which is aesthetic value.

It means that it seems either A or B, or AB?, we can not define the artwork.from the form. For exapmle, participatory art project, interactive art, generative art, was started in American art, as well as in the UK, in post-war, especially, art and culture were grown in the social context, also economically. In the painting, such as Jackson Pollock, "Is it a painting? or an action performance?" or both? or neither painting nor action performance? 

From the art side, if we mention the limits of prolarism, it is impossible to make, create a paradigm with our current knowledge of arts, was the limitation of classical epistemology.

The limit of what we can't see, but we reached the limitation at the knowledge level, that is Mars, and DNA.

How can we describe Black Hole with art medium critically, which affect our earth, we are in part of earth? or how can we describe Black Hole with art medium critically, which affect our earth, we are in part of earth? or DNA?, that is the blueprints of our body.

The impact of that knowledge on us is the diversity of cognition. I consider what impact it has on us and that it is probably an evolutionary process of human. -> consciousness

The question is thereby, what is the technology for us human in the 21st century?


Mass production cannot be denied, such as the production of vaccines for the outbreak of corona infection. If it would be delayed, it would be more serious. I think the problem is that this virus spreads and evolves quickly and unexpectedly. So what is the evolution of viruses? So, it requires to follow-up each one's case. -> Probably, it is current issue of the health care system in each county at WHO level.

Nechvatal's work as well as his research philosophically is important of my proporsal as well as for ethics in the 21st century, especially after the corona pandemic in 2020. At this moment, imagination itself does not help us. However, if imagination would able to be deal proposition mathematically, it may be work as creation, was also in renaissance. The idea of "returning to nature" is the reason why we cannot solve the problem in this era because the dynamics of nature is random. Actually, What is "virus"?, no one knows yet. From this aspect, Nechvatal's image is his imagination, his work is also from the aspect of postacademic artistic research in niche, never would win by the art academic competition, I mean that he won't become World art master. My artistic research B.O.D.Y. on pain is also postacademic artistic research towards humanity (human-being). Pain as illness, no one can know causality yet, if it is not due to the cancer. Generally, the most of diagnostic is in Autoimmune disease. Until today, it was a literary expression, but due to the research of neuroscience, it has been studying for the treatment scientifically, not literary. For the causality, it is in the study of DNA (molecular biology). -> Thereby the criterium is in a new consideration of aging for human-being through art, which is not stereotypes.

Artistic research: Variation III

- on Ma, Randomness (Zufall)

Finally, I don't see that many differences between them at the creative level of people, but how to do it methodically and how it is  related geographically, I see differences between them. – Because of the nature on the earth

Aesthetically, difference between them  such as through colour, timbre, and so on materially, also through perception in the different natural environment. 

in the 21st century


Dutch was in Japan from 1634 to 1854



Time perception




...is likely academic black hole, already has been researching by researchers. An example in the topic is "trance". Nechvatal is an researcher, his research in arts, which is focused on the Western arts from the aspect of asthetics philosophically and postacademically.

-> Thereby how the art medium is used, that is free. -> Post-Neue Kunst in the digital age. My understanding of approach by the research institute in the EU countries for artistic research.

Uniqueness in art is not the same with "particular" of art.

The value of uniqueness in art is not about perfection, or not about proportions.

Zeami (1363 –1443)

-> Even so, I don't think the virus will propagate in nature rather than in cities and villages, so I think there are cases where people can live without problems other than out of the managing area. But I need to read the report of WHO.

- "Being" of Nature in the environment


-> Organisation and Nature -> Coexsitence

Reincarnation culturally

Intersections of Value: Art, Nature, and the Everyday

Robert Stecker


This book is about the universal human need to aesthetically experience the world around us. To this end, it examines three appreciative contexts where aesthetic value plays a central role: art, nature, and the everyday. The book concludes by asking: what is the place of the aesthetic in a good life? An equally important theme explores the way the aesthetic interacts with other values—broadly moral, cognitive, and functional ones. No important appreciative practice is completely centered on a single value and such practices can only be fully understood in terms of a plurality of intersecting values. Complementing the study of aesthetic appreciation are: (1) An analysis of the cognitive and ethical value of art; (2) an attempt to answer fundamental questions in environmental aesthetics, and an investigation of the interface between environmental ethics and aesthetics; and (3) an examination of the extent to which the aesthetic value of everyday artifacts derives from their basic practical functions. The book devotes special attention to art as an appreciative context because it is an especially rich arena where different values interact. Artistic value is complex and pluralistic, a value composed of other values. Aesthetic value is among these, but so are ethical, cognitive, and art-historical values.

Keywords: aesthetic value, artistic value, interaction, environmental aesthetics, the everyday, ethical value, cognitive value

Mute in the architecture, its phenomenon of whole of space design. e.g. Tempel

As well as in the body of the music instrument.


-> spatial figure

MA (間)

I think the big issues are disposal, exhaust gas and excretion rather than creation and produce weapons, from this aspect, I am critical of Da Vince's as a paradigm or many others as the paradigm, due to his contract work on the mechanism as a medical doctor in the case of Da Vince's work, in other words, due to the reality is different as their imagination using the technology. in today's media art as the paradigm of imagination. "Mona Lisa" is Da Vince's imagination, but it is not an ideal feature or figure of a woman, the important in the image is the attention to "woman" at the time. Its historical value is in the Christian culture, especially in Italy and France, because of the war between Italy and France. The historical background of Mona Lisa was along with this war, syphilis was prevalent and there were many rapes. -> The modern modifications were already studied by Umberto Eco et. al. academically.

Images of renaissance such as the idea for telepathy, sight of democracy, gave us "imagination", were based on geometory.

Two Definitions of Artistic Value

Robert Stecker



This chapter compares two definitions of artistic value that accommodate its second order, pluralistic nature. The first, the composite view, defines this value in terms of the evolving functions of central art forms. The second, the buck-passing view, defines artistic value in terms of art forms (‘arts’) but instead of doing so by appealing the functions of artworks, it does so more directly in terms of ‘value of work as a k,’ for example, value of a work as a painting. The chapter argues that the chief objections to each definition can be answered. It concludes by assessing the comparative strengths and liabilities of each approach, but the main message is that there are multiple resources for sustaining a pluralistic approach to artistic value.


Keywords:   Pluralism, composite view, buck-passing view, definition, artistic value

-> From that point of view, reading Kant (the papers on Kant's in the study), Kant acknowledges the evolution of human epistemologically.

In Japan, there was an art movement "Concrete" in post-war.

The countries in Buddhism are maybe similar.

I have read, but did not want to understand confucianism well in Japan, due to the Japanese historical imperialism, was the imperial ideology, such as by Shogun, and Kaiser.

Uniqueness in Traditional Japanese philosophy such as by Zeami is likely DNA, random (Zufall), (semi-formalism) biologically -> It means that was focused on "life", as well as in ethics. For this reason, in Japan, genetic engineering in medicine, as well as in biology is strict and critically, e.g. toward Genetic recombination, gene editing baby. Rather for repair, and care (the treatment in medicine). Is the copy the opposite of uniqueness such as android?

In the idea of reincarnation, to be born as human, that is uniqueness.  

In Literary, it is on Communication.


Today's tradition has not much rules, and simple, even if the thesis by Kant. Due to the law in the society, that is mainly, not the tradition in our life. Traditional lifestyle applies only in private and individual decision.



Warp ->

Probably, a simple way is transforming into the virus. To be born as human, it is a reincarnation around one million years. (Randomness, Zufall)

In the fact, there are many piece in the Traditional Japanese Dance play on the subject of Transformation.

Multi-foldness, based on biology

Study for arti-fact essentially, in artistic research

Study for artifacts aesthetically, includes aesthetic judgment in academic research.

Memory, genetically

-> Transversal aesthetics

Ficition from non-fiction, Imagination, Knowledge through arts

An acount Semi-formalism by Bence Nanay ->

Changing of proposition in an artwork, but not the context of in situ (earth is moving) -> Artistic research: Space composition

Is semi-formalism an openness? in other words, openness is semi-formalism?, the question for creativity in the 21st century. -> mental spatiality and perception in art

In my understanding of semi-formalism, that relates to time perception, incluedes transposition, as well as transit. i.e. DNA 

->It (the project of the sun light) may be like a change in our mood, likely "hope", on spatial figure. But how it would be projected, toward that, I mean "changing of proposition" in the context of in situ (the earth) in the environment. -> spatiality

Another space composition is in the subject of artificial in vitro in the artificial environment, such as virtual living. -> spatiality

Exploitation of generative art ->

With the workload of contemporary art, manual work alone is not possible. Because of the art material, the social context, and so on.

Space, Time and Body

Aesthetic of the everyday

The starting point of "Silence surrounds us, silence around us" - X is not the art object centered project, but rather time perception and its environment as temporary project in urban space and artistic intervention.

For the real estate, it does not give the attention because it is not the subject. Global and local real estates, after the corona pandemic, how they would change, for that I have no idea.

However, it was the concept, the gaps between real space and virtual space.

However, depending on the living environment of the location, there is a social environment that can be established without using a personal computer for each one, even if in Japan, in the USA. In the case of in Japan, Europe and in the USA, it works with the mobile (smart) phone. There is also the location without internet users in the world commonly.

Objective(s) is/are in minimalism from the perspective of the 21st century for the issue of climate change.

Because the communism in the Estern economy does not, cannot help us, as well as commercialism in the Western economy. does not, cannot help us.

Another idea with the industrial words is value of 'transforming of cost-, or quantity performance in the environment'. -> What we are doing.


Koichi Tanaka 

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2002


Tanaka's idea is based on minimalism.

Minimalism is not logics, and minimalism is not the goal of this artistic research.

But it is a way of changing (transforming) quantity and its value. -> We are also doing it with digital economy.

A production system with 10 times the running capacity and 1/10 the cost of electricity, which is equivalent to 1 liter of gasoline fuel. And recyclable materials.

A private power generator for replenishing the energy of robots and computers. Portable solar cell.

The issue is "energy", as well as excretion, exhaust gas, of production, activity,  -> infrastructure

Political thinking for the future.

In morals, the situation does not change unless we change from quality, quantity and value. 

-> Transformation, in the art generally, it would be implemented with articulation methodologically.

Reincarnation in tradition was limited, however, today transformation is also limited.

The industrial pollution problem in modernism in Japan was traditional ethics that was based on reincarnation, so the law was not in place enough. e.g. The industrial pollution as the social issues of today's in India.


So, I explore "X", is "variable(s)" in mathematics.


-> X 

i.e. microorganism (was saved Hiroshima and Nagasaki from the dropping Atom bobme after 1945.)



In Ancient Greek, 'Χ' and 'Ψ' were among several variants of the same letter, used originally for /kʰ/ and later, in western areas such as Arcadia, as a simplification of the digraph 'ΧΣ' for /ks/. In the end, more conservative eastern forms became the standard of Classical Greek, and thus 'Χ' (Chi) stood for /kʰ/ (later /x/; palatalized to [ç] in Modern Greek before front vowels). However, the Etruscans had taken over 'Χ' from western Greek, and it therefore stands for /ks/ in Etruscan and Latin.


The letter 'Χ' ~ 'Ψ' for /kʰ/ was a Greek addition to the alphabet, placed after the Semitic letters along with phi 'Φ' for /pʰ/.

Unique features of fungus:

  • Some species grow as unicellular yeasts that reproduce by budding or fission. Dimorphic fungi can switch between a yeast phase and a hyphal phase in response to environmental conditions.[28]
  • The fungal cell wall is made of glucans and chitin; while glucans are also found in plants and chitin in the exoskeleton of arthropods,[30] fungi are the only organisms that combine these two structural molecules in their cell wall. Unlike those of plants and oomycetes, fungal cell walls do not contain cellulose.[31][32]

About 400 to 500 types of bacteria such as lactic acid bacilli, bifidobacteria, Escherichia coli, enterococci, and Clostridium perfringens, and about 100 trillion intestinal bacteria live in the intestines, which decompose the contents of the intestines. And it is said to be produced vitamins, and involved in immunity. 

On the topics of projection and reflection

Fungus Growth

Fungal growth causes a decrease (consumption) of carbonyl groups from the original oxidation products (e.g., esters, lactones and ketones) (Ammala et al. 2011).

Nano World:

As material

As medicine

As ?


New Frontiers In Nanotechnology


A nanometer (nm) is a unit of length equivalent to one billionth (10-9) of a meter. For comparison, a single sheet of paper is approximately 100,000 nm thick and a strand of DNA is 2.5 nm across. By studying and controlling matter at this nanoscale (1-100 nm), scientists can alter individual atoms and molecules. These alterations can lead to changes in the physical, chemical, biological, and optical properties of matter. When compared to their larger counterparts, nanoparticles can exhibit more or less strength, flexibility, reactivity, reflectivity, or conductivity.

If we think about form of fungal materials, the loofah sponge has obtaining large area and volume, and its weight is light. It is a plant, it has no reactivity, reflectivity, or conductivity, but it is strength, flexibility, insulating and breathable.

My questions are thereby, won't the fungal material corrode or be weathered?

Which type of gas will emit when it will be incinerated?

Will (possible) the ingredient change to a vegetable protein?

Maybe it's hard to corrode and be weathered as material. ->  cellulose (fiber) insulation in the architecture



It may be gentler on the skin than nylon, which is derived from crude oil.

Nylon is a type of plastic derived from crude oil. -> Changing of the plastic material.

In the body, it has a role to activate (help) the mucous membrane (It makes easier to digest and absorb, otherwise, the dregs (Sediment) will accumulate and become an impaction. ), (...)

Proteins are large biomolecules and macromolecules that comprise one or more long chains of amino acid residues. Proteins perform a vast array of functions within organisms, including catalysing metabolic reactionsDNA replicationresponding to stimuli, providing structure to cells and organisms, and transporting molecules from one location to another. Proteins differ from one another primarily in their sequence of amino acids, which is dictated by the nucleotide sequence of their genes, and which usually results in protein folding into a specific 3D structure that determines its activity.

A linear chain of amino acid residues is called a polypeptide. A protein contains at least one long polypeptide. Short polypeptides, containing less than 20–30 residues, are rarely considered to be proteins and are commonly called peptides, or sometimes oligopeptides. The individual amino acid residues are bonded together by peptide bonds and adjacent amino acid residues. The sequence of amino acid residues in a protein is defined by the sequence of a gene, which is encoded in the genetic code. In general, the genetic code specifies 20 standard amino acids; but in certain organisms the genetic code can include selenocysteine and—in certain archaeapyrrolysine. Shortly after or even during synthesis, the residues in a protein are often chemically modified by post-translational modification, which alters the physical and chemical properties, folding, stability, activity, and ultimately, the function of the proteins. Some proteins have non-peptide groups attached, which can be called prosthetic groups or cofactors. Proteins can also work together to achieve a particular function, and they often associate to form stable protein complexes.

-> threes

loofah fiber


Environmental issues are a dilemma that cannot be solved only by politics or legal regulations. We need to change the perspective and/or notion for life-style fundamentally. Probably tthereby creativity helps us. Creativity is not the same as productivity.

Artistic research "Silence surrounds us, silence around us - X" was started with my empirical knowledge in minimalism (from the perspective of minimalism, post-minimalism in the 21st century.)), is not wrong, because toward a world - space and time without correctness.

I explored the proporsal for the PhD in arts in summer 2015, was on maximize and minimize.

minimize was on nanometer. (Units below nanometer towards aesthetic appreciation), the problem was on maimize (towards universe).

A major achievement of the arrival of the moon in the 20th century was "communication" between the earth and the moon simultaneously.

So what did humanity discover from flying the distance between Earth and Mars in the 21st century and arriving at it?

If I express as an event rather than an exaggeration, it is an intervention in the development of humankind, similar to "aliens (new knowledge)" have arrived on the earth." - After 2000 years of human history, it is the beginning of a new story (history).

At the same time, it was the material which was explored and developed by the nanometer level (units below nanometer) that succeeded in reaching Mars.

Due to long conflicts and wars, mankind proved that in the 20th century, the beyond (universe) was not the world of God, and in the 21st century, proved what means the arrival of "new knowledge" on earth. ->I suppose that is maybe performance of quantity and quality in physics, as well on time. i.e. projection and reflection (maybe (difference of) on earth), toward the idea of inside and outside the galaxy, new component (for us), ...The wave in universal is noisy (without air in universum, we can not recognise the wave as sound, but I suppose that in universum is noisy. universal is not silence, but rather noisy.), but the speed of the light tells you/us the obstacles and their distance. The notion of Einstein, the light is strength. Space and Time of In-between, probably rather wave(s), The cycle is not just a moving movement...., For example, a new law of heat, a new law of space..., were changing from virtual to physical research, as well from physical to virtual research.

For this appication, I had the problem with a question of the art university for PhD in arts, was on Tradtion in artsI could not explain this topic until deadline simply, due to my two (bi-) cultural idenity.  The topic of Tradtion is the complex subject for study in arts and humanities.

Multi-foldness in the environment, based on biology 

Transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary artistic research in terms of the academic research (in the research field of empirical aesthetics)


Post-20 years-war, starting of the new age in the 21st century.

Cellulose was discovered in 1838 by the French chemist Anselme Payen, who isolated it from plant matter and determined its chemical formula.[3][10][11] Cellulose was used to produce the first successful thermoplastic polymer, celluloid, by Hyatt Manufacturing Company in 1870. Production of rayon ("artificial silk") from cellulose began in the 1890s and cellophane was invented in 1912. Hermann Staudinger determined the polymer structure of cellulose in 1920. The compound was first chemically synthesized (without the use of any biologically derived enzymes) in 1992, by Kobayashi and Shoda.[12]


French chemist Anselme Payen was the first to discover an enzyme, diastase, in 1833.[9] A few decades later, when studying the fermentation of sugar to alcohol by yeastLouis Pasteur concluded that this fermentation was caused by a vital force contained within the yeast cells called "ferments", which were thought to function only within living organisms. He wrote that "alcoholic fermentation is an act correlated with the life and organization of the yeast cells, not with the death or putrefaction of the cells."[10]

In 1877, German physiologist Wilhelm Kühne (1837–1900) first used the term enzyme, which comes from Greek ἔνζυμον, "leavened" or "in yeast", to describe this process.[11] The word enzyme was used later to refer to nonliving substances such as pepsin, and the word ferment was used to refer to chemical activity produced by living organisms.[12]


Eduard Buchner submitted his first paper on the study of yeast extracts in 1897. In a series of experiments at the University of Berlin, he found that sugar was fermented by yeast extracts even when there were no living yeast cells in the mixture.[13] He named the enzyme that brought about the fermentation of sucrose "zymase".[14] In 1907, he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for "his discovery of cell-free fermentation". Following Buchner's example, enzymes are usually named according to the reaction they carry out: the suffix -ase is combined with the name of the substrate (e.g., lactase is the enzyme that cleaves lactose) or to the type of reaction (e.g., DNA polymerase forms DNA polymers).[15]

What is extractive capitalism?
The term extractive capitalism captures the way in which our current political-economic system has created this crisis, extracting wealth from Earth, workers, and communities without fair payment or regard for the problems that ensue.

Different notion(s) of life-style between creation and produce in different cultures.

- Materiality

What we can do for indigenous as artistic researcher, we explore the indigenous culture for studying as knowledge and establish the foundation for their cultural property (cultural heritage on the earth), such as together with UNESCO

This authorization would use for their education in their country. They have the possibility and can have the opptunity to research their culture at the University.

In the United State, there are many interesting researches.  I have a book (one of them) also.

For example, attempting to write a review of the exhibition of indigenous artists. -> researching and sharing of knowledge from the aspect of another language. To me, four pictures on this Website (Exhibition "Véxoa: We know") is inspiration. The indigenous culture is intellectual culture.

It is a possibility of knowledge made up their  "collective capital". I mean, if it would be fair paid for their collective knowledge by the culture institutions all over the world, maybe they have more opportunities and chance...

The exhibition “Véxoa: We know” at São Paulo’s Pinacoteca museum runs until March 22, 2021, showcasing works by 23 Indigenous artists and art collectives from different ethnicities and areas across Brazil.

The relationship between the Western global colonial history of the Americas and also Europe is complex even today.

-> My interest in this topic is metalanguage, and its cognition in the culture. Because Japanese, especially ancient Japanese is Metalanguage.

The western language is an articulate type of metalanguage, not this type of metalanugage.

-> Spatial cognition and its logic: In the meta-language, thereby, it lacks context. But it is mathematical, and it is logic, which is not an expressional sentence in the context. It might be possible to explore and develop knowledge through human experience topologically, phenomenologically, aesthetically, and so on.

I think that Latin America needs their notion to become independent from Christian colonialism in Europe and North America without the revolution.

Because their concept is the culture of "living" in the land. -> decentralization

-> Oceania , New zealand, Australia,

From any aspects, References:  "Green x" on reflexion is not wrong, I will start to research and explore.