”Without images, melodies or languages worth loving and worshipping, we would lose the ability to withstand existence.” Ville Andersson “When we try to pick up anything by itself we find it is attached to everything in the universe.” — John Muir Despite their macabre overtones and Gothic atmosphere, his images are a tender and dignified […]
In each of the four chapters, a new season unfolds, beginning with autumn and ending with summer, and out of it spring to life vignettes of different experiences along the banks of a shared river, waves of permanence and impermanence washing together. A subtle recurring motif of opposing forces — subjugation and release, celebration and […]
“The uncertainty of their future seemed to hardly matter anymore. They had loved and lusted.”
It is, after all, one of those rare events where thousands, sometimes seated with breathtaking symmetry, wait submissively for hours to listen to one man — or woman — talk for another few. I wasn’t a child with tremendous yearning, just wanted to scrape buy and afford leisure. Not much, no ? If things are […]
Categorically – They drive on their quality of unfathomable vocal gibberish. They get into their accent specially when giving briefs or talking about something sensitive. They are of the view that accent is the best way to ooze their sexiness around. Throwing unintelligible words around with gusto and wanting people to decipher them makes them […]
The rules for engagement for each are differently shaped and referred as. When we engaged as excited revelatory individuals Yes, they are archaic and arcane and all the shades in-between. But the delay is same for everyone.
” What’s critical to be an effective leader in this environment is you have to be willing to relinquish power”
In conversation with Goa-based poet Manohar Shetty His metaphor is always fresh and unexpected, and his prickly irony and satire unapologetic, neatly fitted into verse held together by the innate rhythm and premeditated structure of working in miniature. Whether he is directing this irony and satire at himself or the brave new world, as […]
I’m a closet academic- openly deriding academia and secretly tailing it.
As Susan Sontag wrote in On Photography: Photographed images do not seem to be statements about the world so much as pieces of it, miniatures of reality that anyone can make or acquire.