bakken entry and embodied sound

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In addition to my original post reflecting on the Bakken trip, some notes about how it relates to embodied sound:

I found the early scientific and medical explorations of the body and electricity really interesting. From the models in storage that would be filled with salt water and have nodes and wires attached to them as a way to map how electricity moved through the body to the more modern statement of praise of electro-shock therapy that was on display in one of the exhibits. I just think it's fascinating that while many of the properties and characteristics of electricity have been figured out, much of why it works particularly in the body remains mysterious. That's an idea to explore for a future embodied sound.

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