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Taking a Red Cabbage (and an Apple) for a (Low Calorie) Walk


With apologies to Paul Klee for misquoting his famous definition of drawing (that it is … taking a line for a walk). This is a red line that’s been taken for a walk. Well, … more like a spin. A … Continue reading

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The Shape of Silence


“Silence is something more than just a pause; it is that enchanted place where space is cleared and time is stayed and the horizon itself expands.” Pico Iyer (Time Magazine via Jennifer Coyne Qudeen The Time Magazine article is well worth a … Continue reading

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Walking the Labyrinth


Evidence for the phenomenon of the labyrinth dates as far back as the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age, some two thousand years BCE. Continue reading

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