How emotional is shame? Do we love and hate with the same emotionality? Is the absence of feeling not a charakteristic part of lie? Is it true, that hate only longs for love? And the uglier he is, the more he longs! That would mean: no one can fight hate with truth or sobriety. The only weapon is the oldest message ever: love and care. Visual dialogue about a comeback of love as a code of rebellion. If you like to react, send your expression.
I ascribe to Mark Twain’s theory that the last person who should be President is the one who wants it the most. The one who should be picked is the one who should be dragged kicking and screaming into the White House. Bill Hicks
A visual dialogue about empty shells, which in former times have once been men. Today, only fury, chauvinismus and a memory of their ability to serve and fight, keeps them upright. But that is not their fault alone. The reason lies rather in modern life, which offers no longers real habitats for small male fish.If you love to react, send me your visual expression.
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FILE PHOTO: People protest against U.S. President-elect Donald Trump as electors gather to cast their votes for U.S. president at the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S. December 19, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File photo
Police stand guard as anti-Trump protesters shout slogans in Washington, DC, on January 20, 2107. Masked, black-clad protesters carrying anarchist flags smashed windows and scuffled with riot police Friday in downtown Washington, blocks away from the route of the parade in honor of newly sworn-in President Donald Trump. / AFP / Jewel SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)
US President Donald Trump (C) gestures as the first lady Melania Trump (center L), Vice Presidant Mike Pence (L), his wife Karen (2L) and family look on at the Liberty Ball at the Washington DC Convention Center following Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th President of the United States, in Washington, DC, on January 20, 2017. / AFP / JIM WATSON (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)
Thousands of people march down Market Street during a demonstration held in San Francisco, Calif. Friday, January 20, 2017 protesting the inauguration of President Donald Trump. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)
Attendees gather in the National Mall during Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremonies to swear him in as the 45th president of the United States in Washington, U.S., January 20, 2017. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
A Trump supporter at the 58th Presidential Inauguration of Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, on Jan. 20, 2017. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)
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It´s a open secret, that the Greek way of life is not very powerful in terms of strait business. But who would guess, that exactly this may be his strength? Of corse, a nation witch this story (2500 years Homer, Sophocles, Aristotle, Hippocrates, and Pythagoras among the sandals) must have negotiated the meritocracy and be focused on the good life. Everything else would be a miserable failure. A visual dialogue on universal anthropological achievements in the Greek / oriental habits. If you love to react, send me your visual expression.
Before I came to Athens in 1995, I read at the request of my grandmother Henry Miller’s essayist report “The Colossus of Maroussi”. The book became a guid experience, because Miller expressed, viewing his homeland USA, the lifestyle of people who were mainly subjected to economic functions and smashed this image powerfull into a mirror of present, love and transience – like he found it in greece. Really very readable.
The Colossus of Maroussi is an impressionist travelogue, written in 1939 and first published in 1941 by Colt Press of San Francisco. As an impoverished writer in need of rejuvenation, Miller travelled to Greece at the invitation of his friend, the writer Lawrence Durrell. The text is inspired by the events that occurred. The text is ostensibly a portrait of the Greek writer George Katsimbalis, although some critics have opined that is more of a self-portrait of Miller himself. Miller considered it to be his greatest work.