1. Conference 'Wealth of Nations': Day 1: Panel 2: Matteo Pasquineli

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    Conference 'Wealth of Nations' 07 - 08 June 2009 Serbian National Theatre, Chamber Stage ---------------------------------------------------- 07 June 2009, Sunday RESOURCES-WEALTH-PROPERTY Matteo Pasquineli 'The 'animal spirits' of the factory of culture' ---------------------------------------------------- more info: napon.org/​conferences/​wealth-of-nations-conferences/​ ----------------------------------------------------

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    • Animal Spirit Encounters: Episode 1

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      Special thanks to: Micheal Rivers~http://michealrivers.com/ Emily~http://tarotverbatim.com/ Barbara Watkins~http://www.barbarawatkins.net/ Feather~http://feathertlk.netfirms.com/

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      • Brian Dowdall: Folk/Outsider Artist

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        Brian Dowdall, a contemporary folk/outsider/visionary artist, talks about his life and his art. After graduating from high school in the 1960s, he set out to find adventure, hitchhiking across the country. He met many interesting people and held many unusual jobs during this time. He settled in Cocoa Beach, Florida, in the 1970s and began making folk art. He creates colorful paintings on cardboard of animal spirits and goddesses.

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        • Gp's Audiobook Review #11 - Animal Spirits

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          An explanation of Animal Spirits first coined by John Keynes. Recommended for people who have studied economics in some kind of post-secondary fashion.

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          • Ghosts, Gods & Aliens

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            All throughout human history we have had experiences with ghosts, spirit-beings, demons and aliens. Is there a common denominator behind all these seemingly different phenomena? Are they real or a hoax?

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            • The Animal Spirits Reach

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              Dance and music production with special art effects to express animal spirits through colour and movement. Costumes by Evelyn Roth. Dance by Ray Fuse and Annamira Materna. Video effects by Ray Fuse . Music by In Fuse group. This is a 2012 production of Sacred Sound and Vision.

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              • Big Thoughts at The Bell House with Tim Fite

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                Big Thoughts at The Bell House is an interview-based music series that plumbs the minds of traveling musicians. Filmed backstage at The Bell House, a 1920's warehouse-turned-music venue in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn, each session begins with the question: "what have you been thinking about on the road in the wee hours of the morning?" What ensues is a free-flowing conversation culminating in a musical challenge: to create an improvised piece of music inspired by the topic at hand. Created by Tom Mason, Camera by Dan Moody For more on Tim Fite, visit www.timfite.com For more on The Bell House, visit www.thebellhouseny.com

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                • Animal Spirits

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                  What if Animal Spirits were economic indicators?

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                  • The Heaviside Condition - 'The Notes of Inbetweenies'

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                    Tickets on sale now for performances at Torquay Museum (26th March), Paignton Library (27th March) and the Barbican Theatre, Plymouth ~(28th March). Tickets for Torbay performances available through:- www.doorsteptheatre.co.uk/ Tickets for Barbican performance available through www.barbicantheatre.co.uk/ Box Office: 01752 267131 The Heaviside Condition is a quirky song-cycle based upon the life and times of one Oliver Heaviside FRS (1850-1925); a deeply eccentric engineer and mathematician whose work helped revolutionise communication technology at the dawn of the 20th century. He was the penniless pioneer of the Victorian Internet; a self-taught maverick whose application of maths led to the transmission of human voices across the Atlantic Ocean. His legacy is writ large in today's shrinking world of instantaneous messaging and wireless transmission, yet his character has remained obscure to most. This mashup of eclectic original music, live theatre and film tells an original and surprising story about Oliver Heaviside. Taking his retirement in South Devon as a jumping-off point, The Heaviside Condition explores avenues of madness, love, loneliness, acceptance, numbers, letters, human rituals and animal encounters. The piece will introduce, for the first time on a public stage, The Choral Engineers; a new creative community choir of all ages. The Choral Engineers have been clapping, laughing, playing mechanical instruments, creating new songs outdoors and exploring their animal spirits as part of the research for The Heaviside Condition, all in addition to singing their hearts out. The performances will also feature the two director/composers Hugh Nankivell and Steve Sowden (aka The Shared Inventions) on keyboards and guitars, plus musician Dean Brodrick (bassoon and percussion) and actor/singer Jon Croose – as Oliver Heaviside. The Heaviside Condition is the opening show of this spring's Doorstep Theatre touring partnership

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                    • The Heaviside Condition - 'Radio Waves'

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                      Tickets on sale now for performances at Torquay Museum (26th March), Paignton Library (27th March) and the Barbican Theatre, Plymouth ~(28th March). Tickets for Torbay performances available through:- www.doorsteptheatre.co.uk Tickets for Barbican performance available through http://www.barbicantheatre.co.uk/ Box Office: 01752 267131 The Heaviside Condition is a quirky song-cycle based upon the life and times of one Oliver Heaviside FRS (1850-1925); a deeply eccentric engineer and mathematician whose work helped revolutionise communication technology at the dawn of the 20th century. He was the penniless pioneer of the Victorian Internet; a self-taught maverick whose application of maths led to the transmission of human voices across the Atlantic Ocean. His legacy is writ large in today's shrinking world of instantaneous messaging and wireless transmission, yet his character has remained obscure to most. This mashup of eclectic original music, live theatre and film tells an original and surprising story about Oliver Heaviside. Taking his retirement in South Devon as a jumping-off point, The Heaviside Condition explores avenues of madness, love, loneliness, acceptance, numbers, letters, human rituals and animal encounters. The piece will introduce, for the first time on a public stage, The Choral Engineers; a new creative community choir of all ages. The Choral Engineers have been clapping, laughing, playing mechanical instruments, creating new songs outdoors and exploring their animal spirits as part of the research for The Heaviside Condition, all in addition to singing their hearts out. The performances will also feature the two director/composers Hugh Nankivell and Steve Sowden (aka The Shared Inventions) on keyboards and guitars, plus musician Dean Brodrick (bassoon and percussion) and actor/singer Jon Croose – as Oliver Heaviside. The Heaviside Condition is the opening show of this spring's Doorstep Theatre touring partnership

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