The Escape, and What I Found

I have been so very blessed to be able to spend time away from the city this summer, working on a project close to my heart.

Make=Believe is progressing well – I’m working hard on the installation, and it’s coming well – but I am also spending my time considering (and re-consdering) all the resonances and histories the place holds. Many kids of archaeology here, many types of rootedness … .

And surprises, always.

A delightful moment in my last work trip: a man, a flute, a magpie, and the trees that lend their bodies to the work of this installation.

I hope you enjoy it.

2 thoughts on “The Escape, and What I Found

  1. Yes indeed! Humility for starters … and stewardship, and respect a cellular level. Responsibility … for our actions, to ourselves and others, to the planet. But mostly, love.

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