A cloudy Parisian sky greets the day..but there are colours to feed our longing for full garden planters or the meadows of woodland blooms that Springtime announces. An Holi inspired expression of joy to coax the sun out from behind the grey sky-cloak keeps a group of women going for a short pre-work chilly morning hour,…Read more Spring Equinox
Crowns and Sceptres. On a January day of Kings and Revelations, a small group of 14 dreamers chooses to celebrate Queens and Oracles. And rather than a coronation --for what use is a crown?-- there shall be a wielding of sceptres. Suddenly, with a branch, a twig, a rod, a staff from tree or shrub...we…Read more Epiphany
Waiting near a terrain vague in "the zone" (the liminal space between Paris and the suburbs); submerged by the noise of the the cars on the nearby Peripherique, the city's circular highway. Vague terrain? An empty lot. A temporary wasteland. Filled with overgrown things and castaway seeds. I wait, and so I sketch.
A splendid occasion for discovering the underside of mushrooms, mycelium, the internet of the earth, where communication and connection occur deep in the soil between fungi and plant species. What can we humans learn from the experience of slowing down to "root growth" speed to reconnect to each Other?
An opportunity to reflect on the nature of change and flux with a group of women artists. From sensory evocation to metaphors celebrating intent, from conscientisation to ritual, we journey through memory and material matters, offering wishes as omens.