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How my experience in three difference countries just show me more similarities
For some fiction of our reality, my friend Jeff and I organized four magical nights inspired by the films of Alejandro Jodorowsky (Filmaker, visionary writer, and psychotherapist). We were intending to transform the typical passive viewing experience into an interactive exploration into … Continue reading
From original version, Como Hacer Cine FIRST LESSON S it down from sunrise to sunset in front of a tree, and feel the light. Come back for the next seven days and do the same. SECOND LESSON Come back at … Continue reading
Cercanias das liberdades individuais e marcação na memória diária – a via de pedestres entre duas quadras em Manhattan só se lê mensagens de NÃO.
I found The Death and Life of Great American Cities the most influential book of Jane Jacobs searching for city planning and urban life in the United States. Jacobs was an American urban planner, author and activist. She was arrested … Continue reading
Throughout this book, as the reader already will have noticed, I use the term “Indian” to refer to the first inhabitants of the Americas. No question about it, Indian is a confusing and historically inappropriate name. Probably the most accurate … Continue reading
Last winter I was visiting a friend in Northampton, MA. I was sitting next to her fireplace when she came offering coffee and some music: TIGER’s dancehall songs in original jamaican patois style. When I got the album in my … Continue reading