The Wheel House

A ‘tender, post-apocalyptic love story’… I want to revisit this minimalist performance art piece with you for the weekend.  Extremely clever, “acrobatic virtuosity,” street performance. from the Acrojou website: “A tender post-apocalyptic love story…”  – Kate Kavanagh, review, The Circus Diaries A gently comic dystopia, set in a different time where everything has a new […]

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Comrades, the 42nd Highlanders (copy of a lost earlier painting by the artist) 1894, by Robert Gibb. This image is extremely moving and poignant.  The scene is of the 42nd Regiment of Foot (later called the Black Watch),  during the Crimean War winter campaign of 1854-1855.  The dying man on the ground is whispering his […]

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Seek Solutide

“Nourish yourself with grand and austere ideas of beauty that feed the soul… Seek solitude.” “I must work alone. I think that going into society from time to time, or just going out and seeing people, does not do much harm to one’s work and spiritual progress, in spite of what many so-called artists say […]

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The Tiniest Motor Vardo?

A true micro vardo created by Iosu Vakerizzo, a visual artist, musician, film maker and more.  The video below is a stop-action of him setting up and taking down his moped powered one man caravan.  A very clever contraption I would love to see on the road. Interesting, if nothing else.

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