This video seems to invite analysis by anyone intrigued by the potential reaction of whoever who might be exposed to it. The video shows ten hours of repetition of the solo artist Konstrakta performing a musical piece called “In Corpore Sano”, representing Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022.
Repeat, Repeat, Repeat
Ten hours of repetition is a lot of repetition.
Historic research projects from the past offer two (of a possible zillion) paths that future researchers might take with this video: (1) the repetitive physics of “Om”; and (2) Is repeatedly playing a short piano piece for 28 hours harmful?
Here’s a brief video of that second project. The music — all 28 hours of it repetitively — is “Vexations” be Eric Satie, performed by Armin Fuchs:
BONUS: Further Fuchs
If you were fascinated by that 28-hour Fuchs piano performance, you might imbibe some later, also repetitive, piano performances by Fuchs, of other musical compositions:
Armin Fuchs, the pianist who performed for 28 hours with EEG (electroencephalogram) recordings being gathered from his head, should perhaps not be confused with Armin Fuchs, the physics professor who sometimes studied EEG data.