Tripping/to trip is probably the most famous word derived from the psychedelic experience. It really is a trip, an inward journey. One that as a beginner, you haven’t the faintest idea where you’ll arrive or what to expect when you get there. Continue reading “The psychedelic experience”
This image shows the completely with postcards decorated interior of a small caravan as part of an art exposition in the summer of 2015 at Abdijplein in Middelburg (Holland). Continue reading “photo story: Trippy”
During a 2014 visit at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Marcel Wanders, among others, showcased his mesmerizing designs. I apologize for not knowing if the subject in my splashy photograph above is from his hand, or from another artist. Anyway, going through my collection looking for scintillating images this photograph instantly jumped out. Continue reading “photo story: Splash”
If there’s something on my website that is psychedelic, I say it is the above macro shot of chia seeds in water. I find it fascinating. And mysterious. Continue reading “photo story: Seedings”
Timing is of most importance. For photography and many other disciplines. As soon as most trichomes turn from clear to milky (just as on the photograph), harvest time is there. Continue reading “photo story: Harvest time”
All attention of Western society is headed outwards: from the recently discovered subatomic Higgs boson particle to the farthest away galaxy at the end of the Universe has been mapped out by her. That the actual terrain described by this map turns out to be illusive is a subject of my lectures, and most likely of a future blogpost as well.
Sparks have something magic about them and generally ignite unexpectedly. I often get them from my car with stepping out. Fortunately I rarely get them from someone around. There’s always this risk you get zapped by this archaic spark with its tremendous complex relational consequences creating capacity that raised our numbers up to 7 billion. I took myself out of the gene pool for that matter.