A static moment, without the possibility of a voluntary movement and simply waiting for a massive security operation by simple harmless objects, gives us a chance to stop an imposed and forces us to think of our life. Reading you makes me think of my own life and how your music and your beautifully thoughts touch my heart. I love you. Have you a great perform!!
11 November 2011 14:53
The latest years I've been commuting on a weekly basis between two towns in Sweden. Trying to entertain myself to not get too bored by this routine I've spent a lot of travel time just observing people and making up narratives of who they could be and why they possibly are travelling. I think this 1l and it's content tells a lot about the person holding it. Is it brand new or re-used? Packed in the piece and quiet of home or in great haste at the airport. In what fashion is it's owner holding it - dead tight, relaxed loose or perhaps just pinched between the thumb and index finger?Sorry, this wasn't really planned to be random musings from a stranger on the airport plastic bag. I'm Lisa and I recently saw a video with you, on listening, on TED that really made me think. Thank You for a really interesting lecture!At the moment I'm doing a photo documentary project at a church and it'll involve many shoots of musicans and also listeners at the very services and events. If you have any thoughts on how to really show the making of music and the act of listening in photography I'd be really keen to hear your opinion.Greetings from Kiruna, SwedenLisa
11 November 2011 12:22