Category: Inspirations | The Muse

  • Blues musician Derrick Big D Walker: ‘My family thinks I’m insane. Cambodia? they ask’

    Blues musician Derrick Big D Walker: ‘My family thinks I’m insane. Cambodia? they ask’

    Here’s a neat story I found in Leng Pleng, a Phnom Penh music gig guide. It’s about a musician who left America in 1983 and lives in Sweden, tours in Europe, and sometimes comes to Cambodia to play shows.  ‘Derrick Big D Walker, a wanderer based in Stockholm, Sweden… Sixteen months…

  • 16, 23 October | ‘Slow Moment’ Phnom Penh

    16, 23 October | ‘Slow Moment’ Phnom Penh

    Carrying forward in the recurring series, ‘Slow Moment,’ we have selected two dates in October. The next meetups for ‘Slow Moment’ are set to be held in Phnom Penh at a secret venue, on 16 and 23 October. Last month’s series was billed as an ‘event to see how it…

  • ‘I had no time for Muße’

    ‘I had no time for Muße’

    Over at Kismuth and in my online workshop, The Mirror, we’re talking about making time for ourselves. How to do it. Building a habit for it is the key, I feel. Making it so naturally a part of your routines is how you can enjoy the ease that comes with falling into flow…

  • Artist Chuck Close on practice, doing

    I went to a museum today. I thought I’d talk about a museum visit years back. It was to an art museum, in Tacoma, WA. One of the first field trips I took with my team at Design Kompany was in Seattle, around 2006 or so. I remember it was…

  • Issue #201: S P A C E | ‘Photozine 1999-‘

    Issue #201: S P A C E | ‘Photozine 1999-‘

    This time it’s a photozine. Members-only issue, this time. Get the membership when you pick up a subscription, for a ‘3-month pack of S P A C E’. You can do that at the crowdfunding page for this zine. The link is: http://chuffed.org/project/spacethezine Checkit.

  • Issue #169: ‘Saudade’

    Issue #169: ‘Saudade’

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  • Issue #167

    Issue #167

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  • Protected: Circumstances

    Protected: Circumstances

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  • Issue #166

    Issue #166

    This issue is a companion piece that goes with something we are discussing in our interactive space, Mirror. It’s about how things have changed, or not changed, due to the pandemic and its rippling effects on everyday life wherever we are in the world. I love the asynchronous and international…

  • Issue #158

    Issue #158

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