And yet, sometimes, I tell myself I must search for the truth, but which one.
Category Archives: Essays
Until we find each other, we are alone – A little symphony of anything
Sometimes it turned me into a woman in the shape of a monster… or have I been a monster in the shape of a woman all along?
Maryanne Amacher and my experience with solitude
Maryanne Amacher vital sensibility for experiencing sound beyond musicality made perfect sense with my search in solitude.
Full consciousness of being: “An individual note…”, Daphne Oram
Daphne Oram manages to create beautiful analogies between the being (thinking, doing, existing) and music to explain individuality.
The Occupation of Inhabited Spaces – Else Marie Pade
Time can be defined as a succession of events.
EMDR and the darkness unnamed
After my dad died, my world crumbled.
The Great John Cage Project
The Great John Cage Project is inspired by 4’33”, the famous three-movement composition by American experimental composer John Cage.
Beatriz Ferreyra: the perpetual attempt by solid and fluid to interpenetrate
For the past twenty days, I have kept track of how I feel. It has made me realize that the elasticity of time and space is defined by moments.
Ellen Fullman and the long string instrument – A desire to connect in solitude
“Learn to love solitude,” said Andrei Tarkovsky as an example of resilience.
Éliane Radigue – The sustained liberation of the intermediate state
For days now, I have heard a steady ringing in my right ear. I have been isolated for twenty days.