As a jellyfish who generally inhabits colder waters, people often ask me this. When it snows on the ocean, does it ever stick? Does your home become like a salt-water slushy? The answer, of course, is yes. The ocean itself can also freeze. I know I was welcoming the arrival of spring only 2 weeks ago, but there has been a bit of a turnabout back into winter where this jellyfish stays.
Salt water can even be colder than the snow itself. And there's not a lot a jellyfish can do about it. We don't have jellyfish sweaters or jellyfish blankets. We don't huddle together for wamth. Our approach is very simple. We stay the same temperature as the water itself, and thus we never feel the cold. We're actually quite clever.
This week's track is about snow and cold -- in Brampton (Canada), a place that knows about cold. It's a sweet song that warms this jellyfish from within.
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About the Curator - AK Rockefeller
AK Rockefeller is the avatar-in-chief of Identity Transduction Systems (ITS). AK leads the ITS team of artists, musicians and activists who produce multimedia art & propaganda for important human rights causes. AK is the youngest son of Michael Rockefeller who went missing off the coast of West Papua in 1961. Much like most other public figures and celebrities, AK exists in realm between reality and fiction. His identity represents an challenge to the nature and concept of the 'public persona' in today's reality.
The activities of AK Rockefeller and ITS constitute an ongoing psychological operation against the warmongering capitalist status quo. By taking the Rockefeller name and manipulating the symbols of power, AK creates a real fictional alternative to the fake populist movements of today quietly serving the interests of existing elites.