Isles - We Have Decided Not To Die album flac
|3||Theme From House Of Sorrow|
|4||Now We're Here|
|5||The Hell In Hello|
|7||These Books Are Heavy|
|8||The Good In Goodbye|
|9||A Place Between Nothing And Nowhere|
- Bass – Rune Pedersen
- Drums – Alf Lenni Erlandsen
- Guitar – Søren Corneliussen, Thomas Fagerlund
- Mastered By – Morten Bue
- Piano – Thomas Fagerlund
- Vocals – Søren Corneliussen, Thomas Fagerlund
NotesAlbum release by members of Kissaway Trail before they made Kissaway Trail
|POLY-001||Isles||We Have Decided Not To Die (CD, Album, Promo)||Polynation||POLY-001||Denmark||2005|
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If you’ve seen or read any Buddhist material you’re probably aware of how the Dalai Lama is chosen, and even if you don’t want to but live in the western world, you probably know that one of the most.
Released: January 1, 2005.
S: How did you choose the title We Have Decided Not To Die? D: You know, it's actually from something that I saw in a book. A couple of artists that work in the States called Arakawa and Gins and they did this book called 'Reversible Destiny'. Initially, I thought, the guy is so going to die. We have Decided Not To Die - except one. D: Yeah. In a perfect world, what I would have done with that last ritual, which is kind of in the script, is bring it to a point where, he does, more obviously, hover and not fall. That was my intention with the story. At the end kind of loops back through the other two rituals. We go back to the vista that it starts from and hopefully, that, combined with the title, gives the idea that he doesn't necessarily die. What exactly happens to him, I don't know
Daniel Askill’s ten minute experimental short We Have Decided Not To Die is one of the most visually arresting pieces I’ve ever seen. It’s a film that’s continued to lurk at the back of my cerebral cortex for many years, never too far away from memory. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with i. K.
Three wordless rituals: birth, between, and rebirth. A woman lies at the bottom of a swimming pool, alone. The camera pans her body. She starts to rise, then sinks; convulsions follow and then she rises and hovers above the pool. A shirtless man in white pants stands in an asphalt lot, a car visible on either side. The cars back up, still facing him and each other. They pause; they race toward him. He leaps. A youth, shirtless and in white shorts, stands in front of a tall building. Doors open, he enters and walks to an elevator
It was wrong to die, held Arakawa and Gins, and they knew how to avoid doing s. This new emphasis on the city coincides with the artists’ earliest public pronouncements about radical life extension (the subtitle of the retrospective was We Have Decided Not to Die ), summed up by the suitably paradoxical phrase that became their signature: reversible destiny. This was, in a way, an outgrowth of The Mechanism of Meaning, with its exercises meant to challenge one’s fundamental concepts, beliefs, and general approach to understanding the world.
Directed by Daniel Askill. With Kasia Werstak, Daniel Askill, Jordan Askill. Three wordless rituals: birth, between, and rebirth.