Hopefully with a clear fresh mind, eager to start the new adventure of a day which lies ahead.
I depends on whether I want to jump around and sing along or to go deeper in my sadness… some folk African songs by Miriam Makeba are good for the first state, Tristan and Isolde by Wagner – for the second.
It’s always hard for me to answer this kind of questions… there are many amazing books, how to choose just one? Most probably it would be an esoteric book, with many layers of meaning, so that I could read and re-read and re-re-read and grow with the book.
I prefer to travel to off-the-beaten track destinatons, and to discover different places every time. Yemen was one of the destination that left a very strong impression.
Definitely cooking at home. The food tastes different when cooked with love…
Rather none… I’m not interested in reading news… it’s enough for me to receive an occasional update on what’s going on in the world through family or friends…
None again) I can flip through a magazine when in the plane or at a coffee place, but I wouldn’t call it reading.
I like wearing loose clothes that doesn’t constrain me in any way. I love the long tunic dresses from Mauritanian batik that I wear when working in the workshop.
I’m careful about saying “never” lately, but I can’t really imagine myself wearing neon pink stirrup pants from the 80’s.
I don’t ask the opinions of fellow artist, instead there are a few people from my close circle who are not officially considered artists, but who are very sensitive and exquisite in their perception and whose opinion is important for me.
There are a few, usually they are the “less obvious” ones with a more subtle allure.
Krishnamurti would be one of them.
Not to be seduced by the outward too much, all the richness is inside us…
Plenty of them... actually i don’t considered any of the items completely finished, the process of re-thinking doesn’t stop...