Felix Mendelssohn wrote Songs without Words. Now olfactory artist Sissel Tolaas has gone one better and written a magazine without words—but with scents. The publisher is the German art & culture periodical Mono.Kultur.According to M.K, Tolaas “curated” the dozen microencapsulated smells presented in the Spring 2010 issue. (That’s art-speak for “selected”.) They also tell us that
Tolaas has become an expert on everything related to scents, odours, smells.Everything?
She is a professor at Harvard University for invisible communicationOf course she is. And I’m the Jedi Master of Invisible Psychology and Totally Transparent Kung-fu.
Sissel Tolaas: too kühl 4 skool.