“What is your face like, your hands holding the pages, the child forsaken in you, who now looks through your eyes at mine?”
What a splendidly moving book in my youth…
“Ai-Da used data bank of words and speech pattern analysis to produce and perform a work that is ‘reactive’ to the Divine Comedy.”
“Seen through the lens of sekki—and even more so, of kō—time no longer looks like an emptiness that has no meaning unless we fill it with doing. Instead, it is an independent incessant flow that’s just structured enough to appreciate its regular passing and the cadence it gives to our lives.”
“A humbling evolutionary antidote to the hubris of exceptionalism, with a side of etymology.”
“Architect as the Bridge Between the Physical and Virtual World”
“Haeckel published 100 fabulous prints beginning in 1889 in a series of ten books called Kunstformen der Natur (“Art Forms in Nature”)…”
Unperceived beauty in the world around us when we have the ability to see it.