Daphne Oram manages to create beautiful analogies between the being (thinking, doing, existing) and music to explain individuality.
After my dad died, my world crumbled. It was the first time that I recognised a depressive episode, although, I didn't know that I was experiencing one. My will to live to the fullest disappeared. I come from a family deconstructed by a severe history of domestic violence and a lack of emotional connection. We [...]
For the past twenty days, I have kept track of how I feel, and it has made me realise that the elasticity of time and space is defined by moments. Sometimes they feel like a thunderous glow overlaid by brief periods drafted in a thick black void. It is a beautiful and intense relationship with [...]
"Learn to love solitude," said Andrei Tarkovsky as an example of resilience. That sophisticated process of learning and enjoying being with yourself. During these thirty-five days of solitude, my body and my head have become receptors of eclectic experiences. The mood swings are constant and acute episodes of mental sensitivity have led me to believe [...]
” Listening in every possible way to everything possible to hear no matter what you are doing. Such intense listening includes the sounds of daily life, of nature, or one's own thoughts as well as musical sounds. Deep Listening represents a heightened state of awareness and connects to all that there is.” While preparing a [...]
For days now, I have heard a steady ringing in my right ear. I have been isolated for twenty days. A relationship with my own sounds and those of my environment have become part of my routine. This self-isolation has turned the streets into resounding spaces. The rain usually accompanies the first days of spring [...]