Over the last four years, artist and neurologist JETHERIOT has collected close to 400 dreams -- specimens, if you will -- with startling, surgical precision. In a recent interview he had this to say about his method:
EVERYONE IS WEARING a skirt. Some skirts are shorter than others. Shorter skirts are easier to see up, especially when climbing a ladder.
If you’re wearing a long skirt, you have to get all the way to the top of the ladder before people start seeing up your skirt, and even then it might require some searching through levels and layers of fabric, particularly if your skirt is not only long but also blousy.
If you’re wearing a short skirt, you don’t have to climb very far. In fact, the moment you step onto rung number one, everyone can see up your skirt.
You can go to a concert and watch the performance, or you can watch the performance through a camera recording the performance. Depending on where you’re standing, the rowdiness of the people in the front of you, and the recording capabilities of your camera, the recording may or may not be watchable when you play it back later.
ONE COULD SPEAK of the minor harmony produced by the vibration of one string against another as the ratio of their oscillations. It’s a mathematical relation. String on string is sound and song is sound. The reflection of a bluebird in a window is an optical calculation. A blue pixel here, a blue pixel there — scientists make rainbows every day:
Located on the West shore of Catahoula Lake, nine miles east of St. Martinville, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, is the new Catahoula Inn. It is easily reached by fine shell roads from Lafayette connecting at that point with the famous Old Spanish Trail.