“What then was life? It was warmth, the warmth generated by a form-preserving instability, a fever of matter, which accompanied the process of ceaseless decay and repair of albumen molecules that were too impossibly complicated, too impossibly ingenious in structure. It was the existence of the actually impossible-to-exist, of half-sweet, half-painful balancing, or scarcely balancing,... Continue Reading →
My attempt to build up a multi-sensory image, involving the awareness of touch, scent and taste, through visuals alone. These are selected stills from my short film experiments.
These images are stills from my filming of a beekeeper I know in the village of Chvalkov, Southern Bohemia. I am learning little more about the bees and honey production just as the Time magazine published its article entitled The Plight of The Honeybee. A beautiful, multi-sensory experience! Must return to film some more and... Continue Reading →
Cave of the Nymphs High at the head a branching olive grows, And crowns the pointed cliffs with shady boughs. A cavern pleasant, though involv'd in night, Beneath it lies, the Naiades delight. Where bowls and urns, of workmanship divine, And massy beams in native marble shine; On which the Nymphs amazing webs display, Of... Continue Reading →