Posts Tagged ‘Ongoing Projects’

 
  • Borrowed scenery 借景

    Borrowed scenery is an interesting Japanese concept of relating to a public space as yours to share and enjoy. If a person sees a green mountain or hill from his home, he
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  • Fly me to the Moon

    The distant mountains are reflected in the eye of the dragonfly Issa Ostracon, Leonardo.

  • Moon viewing 2015 – 月見

    It is a Japanese tradition to sit on a balcony and observe the moon reflected in a pool. I have the privilege to be a guest at an event at  Jikkoin Temple 実光院
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  • Archaeology – fiction and reality

    Here is a short clip briefly describing a site-specific performance installation at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 2013. Tel Nona, Audience Version Would you like to  initiate such an event at your Museum?   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zLpoYKLSLg Text about the artwork by
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  • Be my Guest: Ginkakuji Gardner

      At spring 2009, I was following the gentle path leading the small hill of Ginkakuji. I was photographing fragments of the fence since I noticed how the tiny bamboo
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  • Mound Hacker at Pompeii- Apollo

    My current site-specific art project is intervening in the time lines of actual Tells [mounds] and archaeological sites around the Mediterranean. I am visiting Pompeii. On our way out of
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