Good news from Scotland, friend Iain Patterson has a great and unusual exhibition in Summerhall, titled ‘Balance’, hundreds of his works are exhibited in vitrines and glass-cases.
Coursera - Our Earth’s Future
It was fun! I always have an itchy feeling in September. From my childhood, this month was the best and most interesting in my years.
- earth building in urban environment
- see at pet projects
The MoMA held course ( https://www.coursera.org/learn/fashion-design/home/welcome ) asked us to write something about our garment.
Why not? Lifelong learning is not a slogan but a good lifestyle.
I cut yellow irises from the garden and put them in the painted wine bottle and it made me thinking about good climatic design.
My native language is Hungarian. I think I use it accurately and as I was doing loads of lectures during the last 35 years in front of different size of the audience - from 12 in the architect studio till 300 in a big auditorium hall - I learned some techniques too. Also, I wrote several books about architecture and eco-conscious design. So I hope my Hungarian works both in writing and speaking.
light - red - dark, water/air - object - rock
8 April, birthday celebration in distance - I mean: very distant, Budapest and Perth are the two endpoints.
I am re-reading some books. One was the two volumes diary of Gyarmati Fanni (wife of the poet Miklos Radnoti) written between 1937-1946. Published after she died, according to her wish. Very much ‘quarantine like’ life.
I really like the Scandinavian - or Nordic - landscape, even though it is usually considered to be “cold”. The wide, bright sky always impresses me. Or on the contrary, the grey, dark clouds are fascinating to me as well.
Always good to see some old friends, especially when they are on their exhibition tour.