“I believe that the justification of art is the internal combustion it ignites in the hearts of men and not its shallow, externalized, public manifestations. The purpose of art is not the release of a momentary ejection of adrenalin but is, rather, the gradual, lifelong construction of a state of wonder and serenity.”
The dream of achieving real-time any work of art was the dream of almost all the artists of the twentieth century. Now this happens live streaming with the world!
If the medium is the message and everything fades away like “tears in the rain”, there is only ““Turn on, tune in, drop out”.
Virtual is real, then you change your perspective and join other reality and take the pill.
Life as a work of art is the result of the current state of social media.
The individual opens before him a series of countless experiments of adventures, which follow one another, but in the awareness of their limits, and in the belief that, having no value in itself, may be willing to receive the value that the individual makes them assume, translating them into a continuous self-affirmation.
So the poet, the artist, the man, feels like he need to change the reality and transform it, so that it may correspond to the idea of something finally satisfactory. So, this desire is reflected in the transformation of his own perception of reality, of senses perception. The man becomes able to take several forms, depending on how to turn wants to appear, depending on the experience he want to live; comdamned to renew himself for the eternity (the motto of D’Annunzio is “innovate or die”) changing shape, in fear of assuming a fixed, that hard, as happens to Andrea Sperelli ( which in fact is an autobiographical character of D’Annunzio.)
The artist adapts and changes shape, finding more and different situations to communicate the expression of his feelings. If you love to express yourself you transform virtual in real and vice versa. And now with Periscope, the life became the stage for real, like in a Ervin Goffman’s books, and it’s kind a odd thing, but anyway really attractive.
The biggest news is that @Periscope is the best app in 2015! Here you can find the complete article on: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2015/12/09/apples-app-year—periscope/76993102/
If you noticed video updates this year coming from the likes of celebrities Jimmy Fallon and Ellen DeGeneres, presidential candidate Donald Trump, citizen journalists or your friends, well, you’re not alone.
The live video-streaming app Periscope took off big-time in 2015; Wednesday, Apple named it the coveted iPhone App of the Year in its annual year-end ranking of the best in mobile tech. “This game-changer made sharing and watching live videos an instant obsession,” said Apple in offering the nod.
Periscope co-founder and CEO Kayvon Beykpour says he was “shocked” to get the news. “This is one of the most prestigious honors you can be given.”
Periscope launched in March, but had already been snapped up by Twitter for $86 million shortly before the debut. The app, which is available for Apple and Androiddevices, has been downloaded over 10 million times. Using it is simple: You open the app, click broadcast, title your subject, start recording and now your Twitter followers can tune right into your video feed.
The idea for Periscope was to share the world live, using smartphone technology.
“We wanted to build a teleportation device,” Beykpour says. “We wanted you to see the natural wonders of the world from the comfort of your couch. We want you to feel like you’re there.”
I confess that I like broadcast live, and the best possible way to use it, is for communicate the best expressions of human beings.I remember when I did my first Periscope “Live from my Piano” it was so impressive: a lot of people around the world, different publics, and tastes. I discovered more and more the importance of what you communicate the value of this powerful medium. You turn on your Periscope and you enter (tune in) in the the broadcast and you start to interact with the real time situation and then you pull out when you want.
More faster than tv, less expensive.
So guys, if you don’t want to miss my broadcasts, you can download this amazing @Periscope on App Store or in Beta Version on other platforms. Use this app is a piece of cake! It’s so easy and intuitive!
When I used to do my broadcasts I’m felling so happy to share classical music, culture, art and fashion topics.
“Live from my Piano” is basically a 30 minutes playing and talking about classics, history and authors.
“Live from my Sofa” is based on a 30 minutes interview with special guests as: Antonio Guccione, Carlo Pesta, Gianmario Cavallaro, Andy Fluon,The Uninvited Guests, Adele Ceraudo, Marco Urso and many more.
Thanks a lot subscribed on my Periscope and see you soon on the web!