Brand treasure hunter. Strategic advisor. Exploring why humans dance through art objects.
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Why humans dance. A world history of dance in objects
My dance notes
Have a zen monday
I’m inspired by
Tree covered, misty hills are Earth’s cue to breathe. A zen monday pause.
I’m reading: Tony Takitani
Taking a step back from the subject you often find a more surprising view.
Five takeaways from an evening dedicated to “Objects of Beauty”
A secure bird stands idly on the shore.
Nothing says Spring zen monday quite like dense, fleeting cherry blossoms.
In Japan, it is easy capturing green or Fuji-san. Zen starts where you find both.
What would it be like to balance atop a bamboo grove? A zen monday thought.
I wish every Monday to start with zen
Ten women artists from everywhere. Which woman artist inspires you?
Dancing with less is truly more, the Quintett triple bill at Ballett Zürich
Multiverse by Wayne McGregor, dance poetry not for the escapist of mind
INSEAD Women in Business: Zurich Kick-Off
What is your favorite dancer portrait? I am tempted by a Kagamijishi Dancer from Itō Shinsui
I’m reading: Ghostly