“Those of you who are not familiar with the Greek myth of Sisyphus I would recommend looking into the existing narrations in detail. There are minor differences in the events that happened prior to the well-known punishment, and none of them differ in the outcome.
Whereby Sisyphus was condemned to roll a stone up a steep hill, but could never reach the top of the hill without dropping the stone, which rolled down each time, forcing him to start the process all over again. His punishment was the hardest practice […]” Continue reading
There are obvious boundaries of human existence, restrictions we are born with and surrounded by, that we can call inherent. Furthermore, there are barriers built and based on the revelations derived from a transcendent source (God). However, most restrictions are man-made, arising from the increasing needs, tend to serve the purposes of […] Continue reading
The (relatively) temporary – human body – serves as a tool, through which we relate to the material environment and conducts the processes as they unfold; therefore creating platform for the immaterial to be embedded in the physical, in materia. […] Continue reading
The boundaries of culture differ to the geographical borderlines of countries and regions. Cultural borders are often sliced in half or become extinct as a result of designated areas, determined precisely by agreed political consensus between the winners of wars.
In common understanding we tend to refer to a country indicating the birthplace of a particular tradition, however, resembling features may appear throughout the land. Continue reading
Amongst two lighter territories lies the distinctive frontier, that can only exist ‘in the between’. A line, identified as the boundary to determine the extent of form. Contours can appear in visible ways. Continue reading
Culture names informal processes with a compelling aspiration to ‘do well’, whether it is an act driven by necessity, curiosity, or faith. Each course of action consists of […] Continue reading