Art can teach us a lot about grieving. In addition to being a model for how we might understand each other’s feelings and exhibit empathy, art portrays many stages and concepts of the grieving process. Art also depicts a plurality of ways civilizations and individuals respond to tragedy and loss.
Once upon a time, in the frozen black firmament of space, the earth formed out of ice and fire. Over time the fires withdrew back into the earths centre, so the ice grew over most of the earth, with the deepest layers at the north pole. And with it, the first people emerged, the Frost Giants known as the Jotun. …
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Pictures and a poem about flooding and how it shows the history of a place.
Ideas about imaginative mapping as artform.
Images of Walton Moss, Cumbria.
Images of fake Ikea windows
Images of the threshold to wild northern territories.
Marks left by workers fixing gas mains.
Word inhabiting the middle ground between lyrics and poetry.