The Eye of God by Angela Kingston

23.12.09
The Last 3600 Seconds of Wasp, Zatorski & Zatorski, image courtesy of the artists Angela Kingston considers God and the importance of seeing small things. I’m now an atheist, but I’m nostalgic about one thing in particular from my Sunday School. On the wall, mounted in a frame, were the words: God sees the sparrow fall. Meaning that, no matter how insignificant something might seem to be, ...
Those Were The Days That Were by Gareth Evans

08.09.09
Memo Mori, image courtesy of Emily Richardson Memory isn’t what it used to be. Once upon, it was a path, a bridge, a way back to go forward; a shared understanding (if only with oneself), always provisional, always fluid, different each time. But it was about something that mattered – for better, for worse – and it was a kind of glue, a foundation, certainly a ...