September 7, 2010 § 2 Comments

By Liesbeth Takken. (Pictures by Liesbeth Takken and Haitske van Nus)

Would the tide take my work at night? It didn’t. It only played with it. Today, I changed some things. I dug the innercircle, so that it became rough and threedimensional.

We found a gift from nature again; drawings on stone, similar as nature’s sand drawings. I can use this tomorrow, when I work with a group of pupils. Rock carvings will be the theme: but nature is presenting them too! (sic! Walter).

I am starting a dialogue with wind and sun and shadow today. Rhythm is created. Poetic rhythm. But shadow reminds me also of the Twin Towers; it’s almost 9/11.

We make a first try for tomorrows rock carvings with the pupils. Ymir?

Dario is coming after sunset to make some music on self-made instruments in the circles. It’s really a special opportunity to have the possibility to work together with musicians in my landart works. It fits somehow.


§ 2 Responses to Rhythm

  • Margret says:

    Thanks for the exciting pictures and the interesting comments. I can hear the music… I would like to join you tomorrow with the carving, but it’s not possible for me. Enjoy it!

    • Liesbeth Takken says:

      My dear sister Margret,

      You come next time with your strong son Ivar to help us, what about that? And take your instruments also then. Deal? Deal!

      Your little sister L.

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