"Shadow work refers to the process of healing the split between who we think we ought to be and the trapped life energy caught in the pretense of trying to hide and conceal what we can’t accept about ourselves. Shadow work is soul work, it holds the essence of who we are. It includes all of ourselves, our darkness and our light, our meanness and our greatness."-Leigh Pobst #double #exposure #photography (Matt Wisniewski)
Dungeness — Anthony Garratt. His work makes an otherwise boring landscape subject very complex and conglicted. Wonderful invocation of thought, thought, feeling and inspiration. It reminds me of wiping away ink from a printing plate, and my urge to leave a lot behind.
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Laser cut screen. The delicate skin of the lodge is perforated with a pattern inspired by self-replicating botanical cells and the design picks up a number of other key references to the architecture of the college – from the stuccoed white ceilings and timber bookcases of the library to the secret walled gardens at the west of the college.
Based on a genuine quotation from the essay 'Old Mortality', "Books were the proper remedy: books of vivid human import, forcing upon their minds the issues, pleasures, busyness, importance and immediacy of that life in which they stand; books of smiling or heroic temper, to excite or to console; books of a large design, shadowing the complexity of that game of consequences to which we all sit down, the hanger-back not least.'
That should rustle up interest: From a praying mantis to a skull, the amazing art made by cutting into LEAVES (that can sell for £2,400)