including perspectives: the fold and butoh dance

My interest here is to overlap Deleuze’s (and Leibniz incorporated through the lens of Deleuze) approaches to the fold, Baroque and perception to Butoh Dance. The video lecture starts with Deleuze informing his students that the department of Philosophy wants to do experiment with video recordings. This instance bring forward the theme of the lecture: includingContinue reading “including perspectives: the fold and butoh dance”

Zazenshin: Acupuncture Needle of Zazen, by Shohaku Okumura

Originally posted on Buddhism now:
Zazen is the centre of our practice and also the centre of Dogen’s teaching. The Shobogenzo Zazenshin is one of Dogen’s writings in which he discussed the essential nature of his sitting practice. He wrote this text in 1242. ‘Za’ means ‘sitting’, and ‘zen’ is the Japanese pronunciation of the…

5 digital megatrends towards the Museum of the Future

This is a topic I am working on. Museums. This article inspired me to further my vision. British Museum blog Chris Michaels, Head of Digital Media and Publishing, British Museum There is no end of digital fads that might make a significant impact on the British Museum. Every time I open LinkedIn, or read aContinue reading “5 digital megatrends towards the Museum of the Future”

awakening love

“The biggest coward is a man who awakens a woman’s love with no intention of loving her”- Bob Marley This quote appeared on my facebook feeds a couple of days ago. It did something to me. (Supposedly said by Bob Marley, a signer I do love – but besides his music- I never really readContinue reading “awakening love”

Yumiko Yoshioka: a life time Butoh artist; 14-16th of November 2014 workshop in Glasgow, Scotland

Yumiko Yoshioka is a butoh dancer/choreographer  of incredible artistic experience and creation. Currently based in  Berlin, Germany were she works since 1988. Yoshioka was one of the first dancers to tour and work with Carlotta Ikeda and her company Ariadone (1974). Carlotta Ikeda’s company, co funded by Ko Morobushi, was the first women’s butoh company. “Since 1981Continue reading “Yumiko Yoshioka: a life time Butoh artist; 14-16th of November 2014 workshop in Glasgow, Scotland”