Saturday, October 27, 2012

A.K.S. (Agent Kos Scale)

In 2012 secret agent Schiacchia-Kos invented a scale to evaluate the effects of architecture and art conferences on audience. The Kos scale ******

Average conference effects 
I - Attention
first chewing gum
one silenced fart
you follow the conference with great attention
u try to play footsie with the person sitting next to u

II - Absent-mindedness
the one sat next to you has changed his/her seat
legs spreading to let conditioned air flowing through the planets
origami with a page of notebook
last chewing gum

III – Limbo
you fart a non-silenced morse code S.O.S.  · · · — — — · · ·
childhood memories awaken (favourite Japanese cartoon theme song)
(1 piss)
you change religion

IIII - What am I doing here?
u go back to your former religion
u don’t give a damn about following the conference
your stomach plays Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Croquette”
audience with their tongues dangling between Nike sneakers

IIIII - Hallucinations
you see Patti Smith giving a poetry reading to the guys of Jersey Shore
Tadao Ando is a pupil of Bernini’s?
Karim Rashid is Zaha Hadid’s toyboy?
Great Paper Wall of Japan?
Brad Pitt is 1 architect in Oslollywood?