Monthly Archives: July 2018


The warmth of red wine and friendship

By | July 29th, 2018|bars and restaurants, design, friends, light art|

It was a bit of a new experience to go shopping with a friend. It is so interesting how conversation flows in completely different ways with the stimulation of browsing lovely things. It was quite a novel experience. To add to this, is that amazing warmth that grows between two people who are drinking red [...]

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morning walk – daily lives

By | July 16th, 2018|daily life, morning pages, professional|

There was something so nice about walking along some unfamiliar streets in my neighbourhood this morning. It felt oddly intimate to see the peace flags and other decorations on the street frontage and think about the rich smell of ground coffee beans inside and a family rushing to get ready for their commitments in the [...]

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sunny winter mornings in Collingwood

By | July 14th, 2018|art, daily life, music, weather|

It is the most stunning winter day. I love the weekend. Doodling around with a possible new venture, nursing a hangover, walking in the sunshine, listening to happy SKA music, chatting to friends. It is a particular kind of happiness. The street art is a new piece on Sackville Street. I wanted to document it, [...]

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National Institute of Circus – NICA – Empty Bodies

By | July 7th, 2018|physical theatre|

I really wish that you could have seen the performance at NICA with me this evening. I have never seen anything like it! It is circus, but from I what I can gather, the absolute pinnacle of physical theatre in Australia. Have you ever seen anything as amazing as someone balancing and performing acrobatics on [...]

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