Victorine van Alphen: Swimming Pool Robot – episode 2

episode 2: suggestive information for re-interpretation.
Suggestive information for re-interpretation followed by the soundscape from episode 1, recorded by the curator from an underwater speaker in the curator’s sink.

episode 2: suggestive information for re-interpretation
it’s said that the fur-be, 
only became (relatively) adorable and sympathetic.
when it got the (artificial) ability to suffer when held upside down
when held upside down it would wine
 Sisyphus was free
Sysyphus was 
Meditating is not or doesn’t need to be spiritual or philosophical. It simply means to marinate in an observation of something until questions come alive between the observed and observer. 
After marinating for longer then usual, it becomes rather impossible to discern if the observation says more about the observer or about the observed, it becomes a dance with a mutual logic.
Google plays waterfall sounds in its offices
Waterfall sounds are natural noise, a relatively randomly distributed spectrum of frequencies.
there will be a screeninglistening event of the swimming-pool-robot in Glasgow
sunday on the 2nd of september. I highly recommend coming to the live listening and watching event. The robot in its natural habitat has a grande belezza type of quality that can be hypnotizing, or at least reflectively relaxing.
see you later alligator. 
what follows now is the soundscape from episode 1 recorded by the curator from a underwaterspeaker in the curators sink.
Written by: Victorine van Alphen