Re: monitor refresh rates & epilepsy


Subject: Re: monitor refresh rates & epilepsy
From: miriam clinton (iriXx) (iriXx@iriXx.org)
Date: Mon Jan 17 2005 - 18:05:25 EST


Eliot Handelman wrote:

> miriam clinton (iriXx) wrote:
>
>>
>> actually, a thought there if i /did/ want to trip...
>>
>> my epilepsy (as the most common forms do) resides in the temporal
>> lobes of the brain...
>> which is the area where creativity, music, art also reside (right
>> side of the temporal lobe)...
>>
>> so yes, i would be, but i dont think i'm keen on trying right now...
>> interesting info though...
>
>
> It's a win/win situation. If you want to be an ordinary composer, you
> can. Whereas in case
> seizures are triggered, you can decide to investigate some sort of
> new musical potentiality in whatever
> literally knocks you over and become a new kind of composer. As Heine
> says, the secret of the artist's creativity
> is the desire to heal oneself.

thats very true... as i managed to 'come out' as bipolar in the same
post, i might as well mention that most of my music is based on personal
experience... i find it helpful to express things and let them go, its
healing... sometimes its also been helpful to other people in that
they've realised 'hey, i'm not alone, someone else has felt like this
too'... the music of Radiohead does that to me...

i like those words of Heine.

and yes, actually i'm composing something at the moment that has
something to do with internal experiences... although not quite in this
context...

mC~

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