Course blog for American University PERF-570, Fall 2014
According to Edward T. Hall a car is an extension created by man. Even thought the car can travel quite fast there are some limitations: the car cannot jump like our legs can, turn very quickly or get into small spaces. The story repeats itself with other objects: pens and brushes as extensions of the hands, language as an extension of knowledge and computers for instance are capable of storing incredible amounts of data but unable to think. (so far).
After seeing this video, I wonder 1) what else can be invented and 2) how prepared is the art world (market, managers, artists) for these quick changes?
At the same time we are confronted with news like this.
Why can´t we have it all?