Monthly Archives: August 2012

Dead Can Dance: Music Of the Spheres

“It is through Art and Art only that we can realize our perfection; through Art and Art only that we can shield ourselves from the sordid perils of existence.” —Oscar Wilde   a reed stylus in soft clay sings the … Continue reading

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Life in the Village Part 2

2. The Violence of Order “Order conceals a greater violence than disorder.” —Roland Topor, The Prisoner, Alain Carrazé & Hélène Oswald, Virgin Publishing, 1990 “Order conceals a greater violence than disorder. It embraces the additional violence of untruth,” explains Topor … Continue reading

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Artists Are the Most Generous People

Artists are some of the most generous people, though most are far from wealthy. Recently I responded to a call for artists to support a fundraising event in Nelson, BC on behalf of the residents of Johnson’s Landing, which was … Continue reading

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