...time to set aside what’s required and dive into some recreational reading!
If I can alter a quote by German philosopher Immanuel Kant, “Two things fill my mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe...the natural world around me and the inner landscape of human experience within me.
Between all these lie great amounts of tension which we must learn to navigate
I have seen much of Seph Lawless' photographic work of abandoned malls in the United States, and as many times as I've seen the images, I'm still fascinated and drawn to their eeriness.
It is an interesting aspect of our nature, that we cannot be completely cognizant of each moment, aware of life’s beauty and complexity.
It does seem a beautiful notion: that without another to acknowledge us, to share in the struggles of life and explore the very strange landscape that is human existence, we are less.
When people create art and offer it, in whatever capacity, to the public (generally in our time, through social media) it is because they are wishing for their art to be acknowledged. There is something within the artist that desires for people to engage with their creative endeavor. This stems from the belief that a …