“Crying, but with nowhere for their tears to go” organoids and art

Thursday 18th March I’m on the mailing list for The Conversation, an online journal that has “academic rigour, journalistic flair”. One headline on today’s update is We grew human tear glands in the lab, and now we’re making them cry by Marie Bannier-Hélaouët, Utrecht University. It wasn’t the headline alone that caught my eye, it was theContinue reading ““Crying, but with nowhere for their tears to go” organoids and art”

Body and mind, drawing and meditation equal balance

Following the weekend of the Drawing Breath workshops I felt physically exhausted, emotionally exhilarated, intellectually accelerated and calmly curious. I haven’t spent much time with drawing this year as I’ve been making films. So it felt like going home for the weekend. With a group of like-minded friends.