Dentro del último tanque de privación sensorial de Nueva York

Mary HK Choi escribe sobre su experiencia en Blue Light Floatation:

The cool part is right when you’re worried and annoyed that your thoughts are conveyer-belting only the most inane non-helpful stuff, you get pissy at how loud everything is because your heartbeat becomes deafening. And that’s good! Look, I know there is no right and wrong way to do this but if you love grades and tests as much as I do, know this—if you get aggy at your own pulse—THAT is you doing it right. It’s like getting at least a B if not an A minus.

Divertida lectura que, además de los referentes obvios (Altered States, etc), proporciona una fascinante polaroid de obsesiones contemporáneas.




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