Patterns

Here is a beautiful picture by photographer and artist Mira Loew, taken in her old studio somewhere in Dalston in 2012 or there abouts, where there was a white cat somewhere out of shot. The patterns on the floor make the composition even more striking – my legs forming similar corners and edges inside shapes,Continue reading “Patterns”

Exertion-recuperation, or How I think about endurance

Squirrel The squirrel pushes its lower legs into the ground, and extending its front legs out, springs in curved pathways across the ground to the tree. I – anthropomorphic – find it cartoon-like and funny. The squirrel could be stressed, though. This bounce could be for joy; it could be for efficiency. It could beContinue reading “Exertion-recuperation, or How I think about endurance”