Fragmission Ideas Edit and create a VCF file that encodes the fragmissions, think of it kind of like a form of genetic code poetry Maybe create a fragmented sequence chromatogram for the variants Also look into FASTQ sequence format and think about how to link up with the quality matrix Consider sending the altered fragmented files as part of the amateur radio fragmissions, perhaps using some sort of protocol such as PSK31 or packet radio or something of that sort General notes Sequencing12/17/2020
**Sex, Gender and Schrödinger's cat: ** How the classical understanding of sex fails to explain sex' diversity and mechanisms. Why nature is on non binary. The dictature of essentialism. Queer and trans feminism: -resistance/resiliance: a body language -Self identification -the label paradox12/16/2020
Title Discomfort/State/Changing 違和感/状態/変化 INTRODUCTION I have had numerous opportunities to visit the Tohoku region of Japan for months at a time since 2008. March 2011, I was in Scotland when the Great Earthquake and subsequent tsunami ravaged eastern Japan. About a year after the earthquake and tsunami, I found myself in Fukushima again in 2012. While visiting the affected areas, a strange sensation overcame me. I can only describe this sensation as a slight “gap”, It didn't feel right. Being in that place at that time, seeing the disaster unfold live on the news in 2011 in addition to the time I had previously spent in the Tohoku region all contributed to this feeling. From my personal point of view, the feeling of “gap” was because what I saw in person was “less than what I had imagined”, which led to a feeling of “discomfort”. I was overloaded with images and information on the Tohoku disaster, and my mind became overwhelmed with the widespread and complete destruction I had seen.12/15/2020
Ryuoyama 違和感/變化/狀態、人為及野生 Adriana Knouf -- Exomio Fragmissions forkonomy() 岔經濟() IDystopia 2035 數位身分大冒險 Ultra Immune Taipei City (UITC) 超免疫北市 Five Projects @ Rhizome Online Back to WORK STATIONS12/15/2020
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