The Corona-Dialogues #6 – Environment

The sixth episode of the Corona-Dialogues is now online – in German with English subtitles! Today, Rena Lopov and Mr. Corona discuss environmental topics – and receive a video message from Mother Nature. Enjoy the show and stay safe!

The Corona-Dialogues #5 – Economy

The fifth episode of the Corona-Dialogues is now online – in German with English subtitles! Today, Rena Lopov and Mr. Corona discuss economics and the economics expert Mr. Mammon explains what lies ahead of us. Enjoy the show and stay safe!

The Corona-Dialogues #3 – Solidarity

The third episode of The Corona-Dialogues is now online, in German with English subtitles! Today, Mr. Corona explains who belongs to the risk group – and spells out solidarity for us. We again provided links for further reading in the video description. Enjoy the show and stay safe!

New video series: The Corona-Dialogues

In times of crisis, artists do what we do best: we get creative! Like most self-employed people, I am suffering financially due to the Corona-outbreak. The voluntary isolation is also taking it's toll. So I got working and created a new video series – The Corona-Dialogues! In German with English subtitles! The first episode is... Continue Reading →

Her Spirit and Her Things

My grandmother passed away last year on February 6th. Trying to deal with the loss when I revisited her house last summer, I looked for what is left of her presence. I found Baka Ana in her garden and in her things. Klick at the photo to have a look at the full series.

Summer is a Ghost from the Past

Trashbus #6 Summer is a Ghost from the Past Friday, Sept 28th, 2018 ǀ 8.00 p.m. ǀ Sputnik Kino Berlin Admission free, donations welcome! Photo exhibition: Summer is a Ghost from the Past (Renata Britvec) Film screening: Do (Not) Vacation (Renata Britvec/OV EN) Concert: Johnny Zabala (Blues/Garage/R ’n’ R) With the arrival of autumn at... Continue Reading →

Beloved

Weekly Photo Challenge: Beloved. Share a photo of something that is dearly loved. Life is short, and relationships between parents and children are complicated. Those of us who are lucky enough to be loved by their mothers and fathers should try and forgive them their all-too-human fallibility.

1/12 Sphinx

The Riddle of the Sphinx Sphinx: "Which creature has one voice and yet becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed?" Oedipus: "Man—who crawls on all fours as a baby, then walks on two feet as an adult, and then uses a walking stick in old age."

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