"Somebody" app by Miranda July. instead of texting/calling your frenemy/boo/mirror twin directly, you message someone physically near them, and that person delivers the message to them verbally. let’s make this happen, chicago!
A photocopy of a complaint form from 1998, submitted by a couple from Cleveland, who strongly disliked Bruce Nauman’s video installation “Clown Torture”. When I worked in Visitor Services at the Art Institute of Chicago back in the mid-late 1990s, it was always exciting to see what visitors complained about - particularly when their complaints concerned specific works of art and not the harsh reality that they had to check their backpack. I have erased the name, address and phone number from this form, to protect the tortured.
I FEEL THE SAME WAY
Brouwer may have been trying to meet this difficulty, in a special case of this sort, with his concept of two-one-ness, according to which the activity of consciousness brings about “the falling apart of a life-moment into two qualitatively distinct things”, of which the moment then present retains the structure of the original, so that the resulting “temporal two-ity” can be taken as a term of a new two-ity, giving rise to a temporal three-ity. Thus the process can always give rise to a new moment, which for Brouwer is the foundation of the infinity of the natural numbers.