Posts Tagged ‘ ritual ’

Soundwalk Collective with Patti Smith – Ivry (Official Video) – YouTube

What Cave Art Means – Art in America

 

It has become a truism in the study and in the public presentation of Paleolithic cave art that we will likely never know what it means. This seems an exaggeration of healthy caution.

Source: What Cave Art Means – Art in America

What Does It Take | FOP

image cc Richard Murdey

What Does It Take | FOP.

Interfacing the Anthropocene Part I | FOP

from the Rubin Museum  (otafuku “beauty and good fortune,” horned mask for village ceremonies, ko-omote (young woman) Usofuki, “whistler” from Kyogen, and the “trickster” fox/kitsune).

Donald Keene has written that looking at Nō masks is like “seeing a voice.”

Interfacing the Anthropocene Part I | FOP.

TOM CLARK: R. H. Blyth: The Voice of the Deer

TOM CLARK: R. H. Blyth: The Voice of the Deer.

Once sat in a pine woods with a deer as it was dying. Its antlers made the pine branch above its head quiver. We all sat there in the sunlight, shivering. Then I left it to its autumn journey. ~ yours truly, df

Drove by this farmhouse
where someone had taken a crow
and hung it upside down
dead and dangling
upon a pole
right in the middle
of the garden –

healthy stalks
bending
toward the light.

Charlie Mehrhoff
from
Lilliput  Review, #173