By now, you might have noticed some these around here. My main concern is coming to terms with what the Christ-event means for all of us. 683 more words
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“bright red, almost orange” – that’s how ólöf arnalds sees the song “numbers and names” off her latest album sudden elevation. the icelandic musician associates music with colours, writes in both icelandic and english to critical acclaim and, according to björk, has a voice “somewhere between a child and an old woman”. 109 more words
What turns a proper little boy into a pioneer of abstract art?
The Noisy Paint Box: The Colors and Sounds of Kandinsky’s Abstract Art by Barb Rosenstock attempts to show young readers how Vasya Kandinsky went from a proper little Russian boy to groundbreaking artist. 161 more words
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Synaesthesia (also spelled Synesthesia) is: “… a joining together of sensations that are normally experienced separately. Studying synaesthesia may help us to understand how the brain segregates and integrates different sensations and thoughts.” -