Sofia

Tomorrow, I go to the Bulgarian capital of Sofia. I will stay there for three nights, and it is purely a business trip.

bauhaus-movement:

The #Bauhaus was the most influential #modernist #art #school of the 20th century, one whose approach to teaching, and understanding art’s relationship to society and technology, had a major impact both in #Europe and the #United #States long after it closed. It was shaped by the 19th and early 20th centuries trends such as Arts and Crafts movement, which had sought to level the distinction between fine and applied arts, and to reunite creativity and manufacturing. This is reflected in the romantic medievalism of the school’s early years, in which it pictured itself as a kind of medieval crafts guild. But in the mid 1920s the medievalism gave way to a stress on uniting art and industrial design, and it was this which ultimately proved to be its most original and important achievement. The school is also renowned for its faculty, which included artists Wassily #Kandinsky, Josef #Albers, Laszlo Moholy-#Nagy, Paul #Klee and Johannes #Itten, architects Walter #Gropius and Ludwig #Mies van der #Rohe, and designer Marcel #Breuer.

Educational spot for Goethe-Institut’s “Deutschlandrätsel”. The objective: Different films with different moods from different German cities. Here: Dessau. With an octocopter we fly through and over Bauhaus Dessau. Off-screen we hear original footage from Walter Gropius. The film is musically accentuated by Neue Bauhaus Kapelle. The producer’s cut.

Director: Christian Pfeil
DP: Christian Pfeil
Editing: Arthur Heisler
Music: Neue Bauhaus Kapelle
Producer: Mario Koch
Production: steppefilm

02:59

Worst day ever! LOL

03:37

Fuck Insomnia

A journey through genes begin!

A journey through genes begin!

Finished “Shadowbahn”. I liked it, it held some images that is slowly creeping into my mind.
But I don’t think I will advance other Steven Erickson novels up on my reading list, it is down there, on the list somewhere, held together in groups based...

Finished “Shadowbahn”. I liked it, it held some images that is slowly creeping into my mind.

But I don’t think I will advance other Steven Erickson novels up on my reading list, it is down there, on the list somewhere, held together in groups based on mostly randomness and hot intuition.

I still miss the social media outlets Sometimes, small glitches, small twitches in my fingers, well in my mind really. The habits die hard.

Writing, drinking, travelling.

Writing, drinking, travelling.

Going to visit my mother today

She lives 1.5 hours train ride away from us.

Don't Lose the Question, by @dltq