"One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning" - James Russell Lowell I came across this on my tea-bag today and it could not of been more appropriate. The more I think about this quote the more it makes me think about my relationship to the natural world and why my work is different for myself. I can can not seem to fix on one particular approach. Where it be sculpture or performance or images or writing, neither on their own I find it strong enough to conv
The conflict between, humans and nature is such a loaded issue. Unfortunately there is no one right way, but a series of directions which can lead us to the to our endgame. The problem is the end game is assuming we are all on the same page of how we must interact with it and treat are a common. This is my perspective on the relationship I see we have as human embedded in nature. Me perpective is a combination of political perspective projected on the land, in the regards to
I have been working hard the past few weeks, getting my seeds to germinate. Some have taken longer to germinate, if they even germinate at all. Unfortunatly from my own lack of awareness, one of my successful pots has died today. The poor things dried out from my small green house temperature rising to high. Sadly I did not get to them in time this morning before the damage has been done. Such a frustration of a loss, that could of been prevented.
“For if you suffer your people to be ill-educated, and their manners to be corrupted from their infancy, and then punish them for those crimes to which their first education disposed them, what else is to be concluded from this, but that you first make thieves and then punish them.” ----- Thomas More, Utopia The context of this quote still runs lived though my mind since I read Utopia as a child. I realize today that in many ways of course this quote within the context of edu