The story of some projects
For fifty years, six women got together once a week to share opinions. They reflected on different issues concerning our passage through life: human relationships, faith, children, couples, status, conflicts, social problems ...
“This curious world we inhabit is more wonderful than convenient; more beautiful than it is useful; it is more to be admired and enjoyed than used.” Henry David Thoreau (1817- 1862)
“My barn having burned down, I can now see the moon.”Mizuta Masahide (17th century Japanese poet and samurai)
The Hidden Plot
"I turned my ear to trees. I found no heroes. Instead, living memories of trees, manifest in their songs, tells of life’s community, a net of relations. We humans belong within this conversation, as blood kin and incarnate members. To listen is therefore to hear our voices and those of our family"
Words that are not said leave us forever. Sometimes not saying something makes our life change, it prevents a story from being told and lived...
In 2015 she was invited by the Norwegian artist Maria Sundby to participate in a relational art project...
“Order is the pleasure of the reason; but disorder is the delight of the imagination.” Paul Claudel. This piece suggests that order is the pleasure of reason but disorder is imagination’s delight. An unmade bed could provide better dreams, an after lunch conversation could move on to a love declaration, louder music could trigger an improvised party any night, or a messed up studio could be the begining of a scandalously beautiful idea.