TO BE OR NOT TO BE
We as a human race live only within our own heads. Life does not happen to you, but develops through you. Moreover, life is happening for you. You know your mind exists because you can hear your own thoughts and ideas. But that is all.
This Publication "To Be or Not To Be", is made up of multiple articles that are meant to make the viewer question what is real and what is not. This publication was not designed to give answers, it was merely designed to make the viewer think.
This article was designed to confuse the viewer about what they are reading. Within the article words were found next to each other to form random sentences. The sentences were new “headlines”. From there those “headlines” were googled in chrome.
The articles supplementing “Nothing on this page is real”, are the articles that were the first to pop up in the search engine when looking up the random “headlines”.
“page following. two women, one black and one white”
“Claims Bill Clinton had Sex with Cow”
“Is Michelle Obama really dating Bruce Springsteen?”
“racist fed garbage”
“we must END”
“arrived in Defense at a White House ceremony”
Some of these articles are real and some are fake, it’s up to the viewer to decide.
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When one first looks at this article, all they can see is the title. When one procedes to look further, the title opens up like a book and the article “How do you know that you know what you know” unravels to the ground.
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“Our understanding of, and interaction with, the world comes through particular con- structs of the human body”
This article was designed to be interacted with. From first glance it is just a plain title, but when you become active with it, the article appears. How one comes about the article all depends on the individual themself. It’s all about perception.
How do you know that you know what you know?
A sacred song or hymn, in particular any of those contained in the biblical Book of Psalms and used in Christian and Jewish worship. (See in space version at the bottom of this page)
This article was designed entirley made of Psalms and pictures. Each picture is distored to an extent that the viewer can still recoginze what they are looking at, but realizes that it’s different from the orginal.
Each picture is of a pop culture icon/star. Today these icons are seen so much that to the public they aren’t real. If you were to see them on the street, perhaps you would not even think it to be true.
Each picture is also paired up with a psalm to reflect our oldest belief system.
This Rise of the Flat Earthers was designed to be seen on the ground. It is meant to puzzle the reader, and make them come close to the ground and interact. (See in space version at the bottom of this page)
“I can’t tell you what it is, but I believe I know what it isn’t. I’m not a disbeliever of everything I’ve ever been given, but I try to look at it with an open mind.”
This article was designed for one to look at it with an “open mind”. The columns are close together, making it awkward for the viewer, much how conspiracy theories are when brought up in conversation.
“If a conspiracy theorist is someone who believes in a conspiracy theory, then most of us are conspiracy theorists because most of us believe at least one.”
Each individual in the world lives in three worlds: the world that is, the world that is perceived and the world that is dreamt.
This article is designed to be simple, so the viewer can focus on the bigger question at hand:
“When life hands you lemons, how do you know they are real? ”