DLM Part I (Seizing space)

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A reflection on what makes one leave home. Leave for adventure (made of adversity & venture), leaving for good, hopes and spiritual extension, leaving for bad, sickness and slavery sometimes death.
No matter the bravery or fame it is our deepest relation with and within space that drives us.

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DLM Part I (Seizing space)

  1. 1. On „push“ – Factors. A broad approach.<br />
  2. 2. „Wanderlust“, Seizing Space<br />„A journey is like a disease.<br /> Lucky if you survive it.“<br />Marco Polo<br />Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011<br />
  3. 3. Ancientmovements<br />Our Ancestors:<br />Travelling to<br />find better<br />conditions<br />Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011<br />
  4. 4. Spiritual<br />Jerusalem, Mecca,<br />Mt. Kailash:<br />Religious Journeys<br />Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011<br />
  5. 5. Hope<br />Lewis & Clark, The 49ers<br />Mungo Park, Richard Burton<br />Exploration = Assimilation<br />Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011<br />
  6. 6. Monsters & Fears<br />venturing into the unknown, where monsters and death linger.<br />Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011 <br />
  7. 7. Science<br />Humboldt & Gauss:<br />„Measuring the World“<br />Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011 <br />
  8. 8. Expeditions vs. Adventure<br />Shakelton: For Bravery & Fame<br />Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011 <br />
  9. 9. Psychology<br />unusual & dangerous situations cause distribution of dopamin into the blood stream…<br />genetic preset determines response, if and at what quantities addiction is triggered…<br />exploration of your own capacities & capabilities<br />curiositiy is among the deepest human drives<br />adventures can have an enormous learning effect<br />feeling alive outside routine behavioural patterns<br />Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011 <br />
  10. 10. Man & Space - Trajectorial Relation<br />not only is it the vastness of scenery<br /> it is also the vastness within ourselves<br />Dissolving the subject – object relation<br />Man passes through space<br /> & space passes through man<br />we grasp space as we move in it<br />Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011 <br />
  11. 11. Books, movies, web<br />Books:<br /><ul><li>G.D. Roberts: „Shantaram“
  12. 12. Claude Levi-Strauss: „Traurige Tropen“
  13. 13. Gary Jennings: „Marco Polo, der Besessene“
  14. 14. Stefan Zweig: „Magellan, der Mann und seine Tat“
  15. 15. Daniel Kehlmann: „Vermessung der Welt“
  16. 16. T.C. Boyle: „Wassermusik“
  17. 17. Wilfred Thesiger: „Die Brunnen der Wüste“
  18. 18. Ted Simon: „Jupiters Reisen“
  19. 19. Ilja Trojanow: „Der Weltesammler“
  20. 20. Shackelton/ Denzel: „Mit der Endurance ins ewige Eis“
  21. 21. Franz Xaver Baier: „Der Raum“</li></ul>Movies:<br /><ul><li>Jim Jarmusch: „Dead Man“
  22. 22. Pepe Danquart: „Am Limit“</li></ul>Web:<br /><ul><li>http://www.kodak.com/US/en/corp/features/endurance/
  23. 23. http://www.lewis-clark.org/</li></ul>Jürgen Weiss / MCI Tourismus / 2008 / English / revised 2011<br />

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