In Troubled Times

It sticks like the glue of perspiration in a sun-kissed, humid country.  You could flag a frail finger out and touch it in the stagnant air. The lingering putrid odour of a wild beast that you do not wish to encounter in a dark confusing jungle. It is palpable. The scent of war. To those… Continue reading In Troubled Times

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Departure (2015) 

Recently  I watched a stunningly moving Anglo-French film called "Departure" (2015). I feel compelled to share it with others because it was probably one of the most exceptionally rendered tales of love, angst, youth, relationships and self-discovery that I've seen in a long time.  Essentially it is the story of Elliot, an adolescent British boy,… Continue reading Departure (2015) 

Life is short, & Art long

Old man Hippocrates got it right. Nearly 2500 years later, I think he remains relevant. Life is short, and art long, opportunity fleeting, experimentations perilous, and judgment difficult. This blog is an attempt to use the lengthening, eternal effects of art to trick, overcome, circumvent and prolong this brief candle of life, as said Macbeth. Tomorrow,… Continue reading Life is short, & Art long