A Poet is the most unpoetical of any thing in existence; because he has no Identity—he is continually in for—and filling some other Body—The Sun, the Moon, the Sea and Men and Women who are creatures of impulse are poetical and have about them an unchangeable attribute—the poet has none;
and. we had the impression of a crumbling society, that is still dancing – facing a catastrophe – a war, an iceberg, a flood, an epidemic, something like this, and they were still celebrating, having fancy dinner in fancy clothes deliberately ignoring the fact that they are totally doomed and
scratching the wounds open – then letting go. holding hands with a new sister trying to become quiet – and then: don’t apologize for being free.
head of a list / burning passion in between dreams: dancing before his statue – impossible to oversleep.
Hello, everyone! Here I am, in beautiful Rijeka, happy to be a part of “Make a Move” project (co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union) as a representative of the University of Arts in Târgu-Mureș, Romania. The first days were wonderful, and I have a feeling that
[dry me a river] – remember the black dog [who comes paddling along the river] [my] wrecks – engulfed in the landscape. – an approach from behind into the characters’ necks. like a temple
Galway, 3rd of May 2019 EVA Dear Maria, we are back to Galway now. The island was moving in many ways and it is still in my bones and in my dreams. I dreamt about a kangaroo which was jumping out of the…. how do you call that? Out of
https://makeamoveproject.eu/web/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/media.io_Nicole_and_Sebastien_VideoBlog_LowerRes.mp4 DAY 7: 1 st of may, international day of demonstrations for the workers rights. Not in Inisheer. Here there is the sea, the stone walls, its 300 inhabitants, and 20 artists. In this isolated context, being quickly initiated to some digital technologies, how do we grab the last
https://makeamoveproject.eu/web/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/IRELAND-AND-ME.mp4 Galway Lab Day 5 & 6 Video Blog!
https://makeamoveproject.eu/web/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/87e449f9-c473-48f5-a8a6-641fc46694cc.mp4 After a sudden change of plans due to bad weather the previous day, we began our trip to Inis Oirr on the morning of the 27th. We stepped on a double-decker bus that took us to the ferryboat, and after a bumpy 45 minutes, we were finally on the
https://makeamoveproject.eu/web/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/720_30_13.23_Apr282019.mp4 And we are off! Bags were packed, passports double-checked, laptops taken out of airport luggage for screening, buses departed, sandwiches eaten on the go, and Galway arrived in. Theatre makers, researchers, and project partners from all over Europe arrived to the western part of little ol’ Ireland,