The thread has been lost; the labyrinth has been lost also. Now, we no longer even know whether these corridors that encircle us are those of a labyrinth, a secret cosmos, or a chaos of pure chance. Our beautiful duty is to imagine that there exists a labyrinth and a thread. We might never come
Aimee Pérez: Mapping the Heart And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground. Literally, dust from the ground. (Genesis 2:7 Commentaries. Ver. V. asah; LXX., Xdorirw) By Janet Batet Terracotta (”baked earth”) is one of the earliest forms of expression in the history of civilization. Used as burial offerings, votive
Argilla e non solo: le emozioni si trasmettono attraverso dei mezzi, che comprendono anche metalli, vetro, cera e smalti colorati. È la filosofia lavorativa di Aimee Perez, scultrice statunitense, giunta negli USA all’età di dodici anni, nel 1967, dalla sua amata Cuba. To read the full article click here.
“An honors college is expected to be many things – an advanced educational laboratory , a small community within a huge university, a factory for outstanding young leaders. No one expected it to be and art museum.”
“Florida International University campus located on the site of an abandon airfield is appropriately the first to fly Nest-Gen’s inaugural exhibition adeptly identifying the increasingly urgent ecological implications of our modern world.”