It’s a foggy day today, the weather outside and my thoughts are cloudy. I start early because the work is mounting and I fear I might not be able to get it all done in time. As flustering as this feeling of being overwhelmed with work is, it is also very welcome. I quite enjoy the momentary purposefulness and routine it brings to my day.
In the afternoon, morning in London, Sarah urges us to try touch face meditation. As my right hand traces the textures and features of my face, the left hand makes the marks and lines to draw them on paper. The tactility of charcoal and skin breaks the monotony of a busy screen day for me.
Later in the day Sally has another exciting screen intervention activity planned for us. We create spaces within spaces as scale and dimensional concepts dissolve between the corporeal and the immaterial.