what is your greatest aspiration? to be a warm pulsing light at the rate of your breath, why not a beam of light? consistent and strong – but is it not strong to move to and fro from dark to light and glide across every gradient in between?
If I close my eyes and really pretend, there’s the sea at land’s end. No it’s not: the sounds of cars going by but the sounds of tides hitting rocks: my lullaby. If the Laws of Attraction* still holds true, then my body will reach only the blue. I’m not as close by, the tides have not reached my toes. I’ll be near, grey dove. Soon, I’ll be here. *The ability to attract whatever we are focusing on into our lives
One of the questionnaires asked, if I could only have 6 things in life, what would they be? Immediately, the first thing I wrote was I’d have to be within walking distance to the sea or any elements of water for that matter. River, lake, the beach. In November, I took a walk by Central Park, it was almost dark, but I saw two ducks that reminded me of the two ducks back in my neighborhood. It’s an incongruent scene, but they are at home. The lake is nearby. Where I’m from, the sunsets go from orange to a hazy…
This semester, one of my greatest challenges was to learn how to synthesize all of the readings and lectures in my history of art education class in one cohesive map. I had originally done a map on paper but was dissatisfied by the limitations of the size and constraint in holding info. I’ve also realized that when I was looking up information on art education, there would be at least ten tabs open on my browser. I knew there was a way to make the experience in learning, retaining information a lot more efficiently and in a more enjoyable way, and so I thought about creating an interactive map.
Winter is here, and for once, I won’t be back at home to celebrate with my family this year. These photos were taken last year in San Francisco Bay Area. I miss them. Photos were taken with Fuji Superia film and my old Konica Minolta Auto S3.