This poem describes the lack of connection we are feeling in a world losing its attachment to the other by a continual bombardment of options.
Archives for January 2015
It makes sense to insure our stuff. However, the range of stuff that people have insured is vast, unusual and sometimes just weird!
Narrow labyrinth paths that fret memories: a homeless woman, I am a mother on a bus, who sees a woman and says to herself, it is my daughter.
The word ‘Klekti’ combines the meaning of ‘collective’ and ‘eclectic’. Every art trend reflects fundamental changes in people’s lives. Access to information has changed and it is changing us. My art uncovers these multi-dimentional aspects of life.
Vienna is internationally famous for its cakes and cafés and has given the world Wiener schnitzel, Sachertorte and Apfelstrudel; what better place for gastronomic adventures than this ‘City of Dreams’?
Maybe it is the sense of the post, a no nonsense image of stability, as if sentinel and transect, an anchor point on a blowy summer day on the ridge-line.
I read Albert Einstein’s definition of time and space when I was 14 years old, blown away by a few simple words; “Time is what we measure with a clock, space is what we measure with a ruler”.
Using candles will never be the same! Egloo was born to counter the continual waste of electricity used for heating domestic rooms, offering as an alternative heating with candles which provides cleaner energy and economy by exploiting the properties of terracotta which stores heat and releases it slowly and gradually.
I am walking down to Pip’s Pond. The road goes through pine forest, softly needled, and then into open grass. Big hills rise up on both sides and there is just me and the place together. As I walk around a curve I see big, moving, dark shapes up on the road ahead. What are they?
On August 22, 1770 Captain James Cook laid claim to eastern Australia on behalf of King George III, calling it New South Wales. Cook’s presence and actions went largely unnoticed by the tens of thousands of inhabitants which made up Queensland’s then 200-odd Aboriginal nations.