„How we spend our days is, of course,
how we spend our lives.'

– said Annie Dillard, author of „Pilgrim at Tinker Creek“ – a nonfiction narrative book that contemplates life, nature and the world. To keep track of the days and contemplate life, that's also the aim of my weekly blog notes and daily instagram posts.

„Wie wir unsere Tage verbringen, so verbringen wir auch unser Leben“ – sagte Annie Dillard, die Autorin von „Pilger am Tinker Creek“, einer preisgekrönten Sammlung von Beobachtungen und Gedanken. Die Tage und das Leben im Blick zu behalten, das ist auch das Ziel meiner Blogeinträge und der Instagram Posts.

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20.7.: Zeit: summer time art academy exhibition reflection

I could start this blog post exactly like the last one: "You know it’s a busy time when you try to remember when you wrote you previous blog post… and have to go and...

19.5.: 40/100 days, a collage-portrait, looking down/up, on photography, and mixed realities

You know it's a busy time when you try to remember when you wrote you previous blog post... and have to go and check. It was just before the 100 day project started: 29.3.:...

29.3.: #The100DayProject: preparing, postcards, links, and some advice

The 100 Day Project is a free, global art project. This year, it starts at the 3rd of April. The challenge is simple and difficult: to participate, you choose an action you’ll do for 100...

17.2.: milestones + catchup: first art academy semester, newsroom online, dailysketches, and: back...

The last weeks have been packed with themes and dates: both the end of the first semester at art academy was upcoming, together with a major milestone in the webproject I am working on...

28.1.: winterbirds, bookart, dailysketches, oil portraits, picasso, and me in blue

It's a long grey winter here. Even the statistics confirmed it: the darkest winter since years. Things that cheer me up on grey days: Going for walks nevertheless. Sketching. Reading. Making plans. Visiting museums....

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