Art

When death comes

April 12th, 2015 Posted In: Art Tags: , , , , , ,

When death comes like the hungry bear in autumn when death comes and takes all the bright coins from his purse to buy me, and snaps his purse shut; when death comes like the measle-pox; when death comes like an iceberg between the shoulder blades, I want to step through the door full of curiosity, […]

Fun and Games at the First-ever Fanzine Festival in Malmö

On Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March 2015, it was time for the jellyfish to hit the town again. Which they did, in their own inimitable style. The fanzine festival was a lot of fun, and since it was held in main library of Malmö, a lot of people came by. I took the opportunity […]

All the World’s A Stage

February 11th, 2015 Posted In: Art Tags: , , ,

If I were to describe this phase of my life it would have to be that of the pupa. In the case of a butterfly this is called chrysalis. This transitional state, and the need for a thick skin, seems a good way of describing where I am right now. At some point the butterfly […]

A Wounded Dream

December 12th, 2014 Posted In: Art Tags: , , , , ,

On Saturday 6th December 2014, I attended an excellent – and important – exhibition on show at Moderna Museet Malmö that was created by the S.A.Y. (stories – art – youth) project in Malmö and curated by Ana Maria Bermeo Ujueta. A Wounded Dream presents the work of young people in Malmö, giving a voice […]

Nature Strikes Back – Mona Caron

December 12th, 2014 Posted In: Art Tags: , , , ,

Check out the great work of art and activist Mona Caron. In her words: “They may be tiny but they break through concrete. They are everywhere and yet unseen. And the more they get stepped on, the stronger they grow back.” hey may be tiny but they break through concrete. They are everywhere and yet […]

The function of art is to do more than tell it like it is - it's to imagine what is possible.

bell hooks

The only thing that makes life possible is permanent, intolerable uncertainty;
not knowing what comes next.

Ursula le Guin