Month: April 2012

pic of the week

deep:black / Weekly photo blog

only the beginning… … is the title of our new deep:black project that we’ve been working on intensively this past week. it’s based on our riot:lyrics series where we are also about to launch a riot:lyrics live recording on iTunes any day now. i had a week with lots of beginnings and surprising meetings & encounters including a little shop in Bermondsey that i only walked in because i wasn’t on my bike because that […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

resilience when i read very quickly (which i do very often) “resilience” actually looks like “resilence” to me… i like the idea of resilience being about getting back to silence and it certainly goes with the discussion we at deep:black had about the whole notion of resilience this week. a place inside us that helps us coping with difficult situations, surely quietness must feel very much at home there? we’ve discovered it as our new […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

the drama the weather was beautifully dramatic this week and i love how my fish eye pictures below look like everything is in turmoil, swaying, tossing, moving – except for the quixotic tower blocks. i’ve had lots of heavy conversations about oppression, sexual violence, faith and aliens with people that try to live a true life with all the turmoils that might bring. i came across this quote from arundhati roy which sums it up […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

quality time we’re decorating our living room at the moment. i’m enjoying getting my hands dirty and running around in paint-stained clothes all day. i also enjoy our beautiful old-fashioned wooden ladder and how safe i feel on it. and i’ve enjoyed our on the spot consensus-making after realising that the colours we chose don’t go together, trying to consider as much as possible also that person’s view who was not around at that moment. […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

shedding light I was totally spellbound by this light installation near The Museum of London on Monday – and as I was staring & staring at the constantly changing colours this woman walked right into the scene with her impressive collection of lights, topping one light installation with another! After this rather light Monday, I was faced with a very intense week and lots of thought-provoking conversations and reflections on gendered relationships, father-daughter relationships, my […]