Jacques Yves Cousteau’s 1964 Homo Aquaticus theory described the future of the evolution of the human species as being capable of living under water. Previously a photography student, Giovanni Vetere visualised Cousteau’s hypothesis in the form of mind-bending performance art. Giovanni Vetere is an Italian performance artist, currently completing his final year at Camberwell College … Continue reading Giovanni Vetere’s is changing the way Man connects with water
In one of the final scenes of Spike Lee’s new release BlacKkKlansman, when the major mission has been resolved, the protagonist couple receive a knock at the door and move slowly towards the window, guns drawn, and we see a burning cross in the distance. It’s a prolonged and sinister moment, nodding to true 1970s … Continue reading Caution and BlacKkKlansman
My relationship with grapefruit is one I keep to myself. I let people know, if they ask, that I do eat it from time to time, but I never shed light on how, how often, when, why. I'm not ashamed of eating grapefruit. I understand that it can now be a political act, its … Continue reading My problem with grapefruit.
In June I spent 3 weeks in Mageli Gard, an organic farm in Tretten Norway. When I asked if a woman from Oslo if she knew Tretten, she thought I had made it up. I went alone, but met a few people there also doing the same organisation as me (WWOOFING). I couldn't really tell … Continue reading What’s left : travel, being alone, and mental health.
I'm depending. In stillness suspending On a thin sheet of cool. Reflective- I can see her. She rests her feet on mine- Rooted. Divided by an impermeable nothing, That holds our ankles together in chains. My eyes force my gaze to her, and hers to me. Co-existing; each other’s life line. But each day weakens … Continue reading Reflection
An anthology of photographs, diary entries, and illustrations from my time spent in Mageli Gard, an organic farm in rural Norway.