The first clue sensory experiences may be unbalanced is a child’s behaviour. An over-stimulated child who does not yet have the literacy nor the words to express sensory distress will turn to “out of control” behaviours to indicate something is wrong. If as a parent we can learn to recognize that cue, we can then … More The Behavioural Dimension of Sensing
My contribution to the new media program panel discussion at ISEA 2020 – https://isea2020.isea-international.org/isea2020-online-program/
Sentience as The Antidote to Our Frenzied Mediated Selves is a paper presentation broadcasted at ISEA 2020. It was lovely being at a conference with so many people thinking about how to address trauma, sentience and hope within an art context.
Our senses are changing so much that our sensory memory must be preserved! Interesting article… https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20190314-the-power-of-hidden-senses-like-echolocation
Winter is the silent time of rebirth.
Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass… It’s about learning to dance in the rain. – Anonymous
“Everybody has an angel hiding inside. When you die, your angel comes out. You can die, but not your angel. Your angel never dies.” ― Jerry Spinelli
“Positive disintegration is the sublimation of suffering” ― Martijn Budel
”One of the most healing things you can do is recognize where in your life you are your own poison.” – Steve Maraboli
”Every step taken in mindfulness brings us one step closer to healing ourselves and the planet.” –Thich Nhat Hanh
“In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer” – Albert Camus
‘ Let the warriors clamor after gods of blood and thunder; love is hard, harder than steel and thrice as cruel.” – Jacqueline Carey