All posts tagged: Unexpected

pic of the week

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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

deep:black / Weekly photo blog

rich mix The last 2 weeks were all about getting ready for our deep:black event at Rich Mix, riot:lyrics live. It’s been a rich & enriching time where I was continuously blown away by people’s willingness to be involved and to offer support. The event was a big success on the back of the rich collaboration between a mix of organisations, professionals and artists who were all so very passionate to make this happen and […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

Unexpected This week has brought a lot of surprises and unexpected glimpses of fun, joy and light-at-the-end-of-the-tunnel moments! Among others it included a cocktail party on the 21st floor of a tower block in Hackney, launching the fireplace season at home, a stimulating workshop on the role of apology after violence, a difficult & powerful conversation with a severely depressed parent, and confirming an event for our company deep:black at Rich Mix in January to […]

pic of the week

deep:black / Weekly photo blog

empty¬† I took this picture in our street a few weeks ago; I’m not really sure what it actually is. Was. But I remembered it earlier this week when a friend told me that the eviction at Dale Farm was due to to begin. There’s something very surprising and sad about this cut-in-half room on a lorry that looks like a dolls house; “play with me”. But where are the dolls? Where’s the dolls’ furniture, […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

Where’s paradise? Because I’ve been on holiday I wasn’t able to update my blog last week. To make up for that I’m now posting 2 pictures in one: the smiling death and the Nana fountain. Both are from the Tarot Garden in southern Tuscany, an incredibly special, magical and inspiring other-wordly place created by the late Niki de Saint Phalle. What struck me was her absolute passion and love for this garden which was shining […]