“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.” Aldous Huxley When we view something, what is it that we see? How the presenter of the thing wants us to see it, in other words a “curated” version? Or does what we perceive activate a part of… Read More The Presence of Absence or Ways of Looking at the World.
Recently I visited the extraordinary exhibition “Songlines:Tracking the Stories of the Seven Sisters” at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra. Its a timely yet ancient story of journey, power, trauma and transformation. The Indigenous peoples of Australia used songlines to find their way through the different tribal lands which make up the continent. As… Read More Singing an Ancient Song of Feminine Power