I've been there at lease a dozen times but I'm always floored by the student artwork. Here are two students expanding on a SketchPad art they produced to illustrate how genetic switches (contributed by parents on either side) influence our life.
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...It’s a bit puzzling that Caillois never went on to make a study of music, inasmuch as the production and consumption of music is surely a game par excellence. Just think about it: in English, we don’t simply “do” music, we play it. Nor can it be coincidental that ringtone culture and video game apps emerged at roughly the same point in history. Predicated upon a particularly stubborn, pernicious strain of l'art pour l'art ideology, that sonic forms, inherently abstract, ideal, and non-referential, can have no possible social, economic, or even psychological efficacy, classical music may very well be pure expenditure in its most unadulterated form. Or so we’ve long been led to believe. Even John Cage, ever the standard-bearer for the furthest frontiers of iconoclasm, fell for the misconception hook, line, and sinker. James Pritchell has memorably spoken of Cage’s “aesthetic of wastefulness” – his 14-hour extravaganzas and massive “musiccircuses” – which is so memorably on exhibit in Cage’s desperate plea: “Why are people so stingy about their time? Why are they so ungenerous? What in heaven’s name is so valuable about thirty minutes? Or forty-five minutes? Or an hour and a half?” Yet surely this isn’t the whole story, for just as we don’t rank violinists in the same way that we rank tennis players, so musical composition has never been free from the clutches of capital financial, social, and cultural...
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