• Changing the Picture The report below was written in response to Changing the Picture – the conference on storytelling and technology that took place in Berlin’s Babelsberg studios in November 2016.  … Everyone lives in the stories they’re telling themselves. Many of those stories are imagined and told by somebody else and that’s where the one who speaks can have […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments November 24, 2016
  • Crimean Surfers While most surfers ride the waves with their bodies, Crimean surfers ride the waves with their нутро or “gut chakra”. This changes everything, including the surfer and the concept of surfing itself, but as everything that is simple it also demands more explanation. Crimea is a beautiful desolate peninsula located at the Black Sea. It […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments November 21, 2016
  • The Rites of Power, circa 3797AD A view on the Earth's infrastructure from an external position, outside of this time and space. Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments April 19, 2015
  • Chaos and Circadian Rhythms There are several facts scientifically confirmed. The state of cognitive rest is characterized by chaotic variability. Chaotic variability has a pattern of pink noise. Pink noise: oscillation amplitudes correlate with their frequencies. (In other words, most of the time the body is making small movements and sometimes there are occasional spikes of bigger movements. The […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments December 20, 2013
  • In Search for the Local “We shall argue that the task of localization needs to be understood as an oblique procedure that operates by means of certain ‘perspective operators’ and ‘epistemic mediators’. These perspective operators or navigational tools are able to interweave depth and surface, the generic and the vague (particular) and diagonally connect the diachronic to the synchronic (telescopic […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments December 18, 2013
  • Friction and Evolution One can say     that beauty         is almost always     an effect of limitation. … A maple tree leaf looks the way it does because it had to fold itself in order to fit inside the bud. // genetic code meets the environment Human brain is the same. So is cauliflower. Its shape is the result of […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments October 26, 2013
  • Surfing In this world, there is an activity that is called Surfing. The essence of this activity, as we could decipher from numerous observations and infiltrations, is about finding the right moment across multiple dynamics that are in relation to one another. Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments May 25, 2013
  • Lotus Flower Polysingularity of movement manifests itself through slight deviations that nevertheless gravitate towards a temporary attractor state. This state would not exist if it was not for the deviations that define the essence of their polysingularity by refusing to leave from each other too far. Yet, every movement is a promise of a new state of […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments April 23, 2012