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Levi van Veluw

October 23, 2009 martin 0

  Sometimes you stumble across something and you just want to share it From his website – ‘Levi van Veluw´s photo series are self-portraits, drawn and photographed by himself: a one-man-process. His works constitute elemental transfers; modifying the face as object; combining it with other […]

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Start off the Way You Would Like to Finish

October 17, 2009 martin 0

Inspired by Glen [Murcutt] and David’s [Malouf] insights drawn from two different fields of creative practice I reflected on the diverse number of ways creative processes capture the principles of what is universally true. When road conditions are good, operating a car takes very little […]

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Essence of my Love

October 10, 2009 martin 0

you have given me the gift of love abundant and imperishable and with it I embrace the world you have shown me love unshackled cherishing every second of existence a smiling love that warms the heart linking friend with foe burying all enmity and acrimony […]

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Encircle

October 10, 2009 martin 0

I. Awash A broken spiral-shell A stream of moonlight through the imperfect aperture – the delicate intention. The sure clutch of a seagull that turns this in the foam of low tide. And the sandy-wind turning out the dried-up husks of baby turtles, once clutched […]

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The Gentleness of Contemplation

October 10, 2009 martin 0

Listening to the first awareness of morning I sense the kind of clarity elusive at other times of day. She is still, a singular breath, formless, offering insight into the endlessness of something pure. Yet she moves away as thoughts come: those dissenting armies that […]

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Artistry as Capital

October 6, 2009 martin 0

How do we begin to see our Artistry as Capital? How do we locate ourselves as artists in a global economy? What are some considerations for reframing or re-purposing our skill sets in order to survive the changing nature of the world market? Firstly, we […]