The sound wave says, "From the Frank Stanton Studios in Los Angeles, this is Marketplace". The program is on public radio, which is a marketplace of ideas.
The sound is from the public radio web site: http://marketplace.publicradio.org
. See also: http://www.pri.org/PublicSite/listeners/programs/pop_up/marketplace.html
, and http://www.americanpublicmedia.org/
. Frankly, I haven't figured out who does what where in these interlinked organizations.
The background images are from a Mandala Sand Painting event. The Tibetan Buddhist monks promote compassion for all beings. They also have things to sell, perhaps a modern form of the ancient begging bowl. Vibrations come on the airwaves, which are free and yet the most basic form of market place. See http://www.mysticalartsoftibet.org
The geographic coordinates are of the Marketplace Productions facility in Los Angeles. I chose it as the origin of the sound waves, as idea. I don't know the location of the transmitter. Should I have used the coordinates of the computer software (Audacity) that finally displayed the sound waves in visual form? Since "buying into" this panorama as a "marketplace" requires viewer conceptualization, perhaps the coordinates of the event should be yours. You are the marketplace.
Here's a quote from page 309 of The Lady and the Monk, Four Seasons in Kyoto
by Pico Iyer, Alfred A. Knopf, NY 1991: "... even a business man or a journalist had something to gain from a night in a monastery, and a taste of stillness. One had to learn how not to spend time,"
Spin the pano while varying the speed, direction, and zoom. With one hand, drag and pan with the mouse or pointer. With the other hand, press the SHIFT or CONTROL key on your keyboard, zooming in and out.
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made ▼
is Wholeo Online. Creative search for whole self, by Caroling