Why sharing have become part of my art practice
Art Scouts – 2017
Art Scouts are collages that will stay with you for a while. Read more You will lovingly receive the work. There is freedom to grasp each other, hang it upside down, smelling each other, or staring at each other at dusk. There may be grumbles and cheers, crying and laughter. There is time to get to know each other. Inspiration for this plan
In 2015 a work of Nancy Murphy Spicer was visiting me. I was so impressed by this experience, that I decided to take a similar action. For her project and her super art: http://www.murphyspicer.com/more-than-momentary/
You will lovingly receive the work. There is freedom to grasp each other, hang it upside down, smelling each other, or staring at each other at dusk. There may be grumbles and cheers, crying and laughter. There is time to get to know each other.
Inspiration for this plan
Wholeshare – walk
Wholeshare – walk – look through each other’s eyes
It is wonderful to start a conversation with art. To whisper together personified stories of faith, comfort, hope, courage and love, complete with their opposites; despair, sadness, fear and stagnation.
During the Wholeshare-walk, I am present and share my eyes through: silence – sharing – silence. We watch in silence, I tell what I see and invite you to share what you see. Then we look in silence. That’s the basic idea. It’s always different and we see how it will grow.
Invitations to the Wholeshare – walk, you’ll find in Wholeshare – news, (you can subscribe here) and can be found in the agenda. Be welcome, sign up by mail or phone, or just be there.
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Looking with your toes
In the project “looking with your toes”, I massage your feet in the presence of art. It is a experiment to examen looking. You can watch from your toos and if you can, what do you see?
In order to capture this experience, the experiment ends with words. We invite the words kindly by asking questions, to whirl down on paper.