Yesterday we ventured into Heidelberg again. I think I’m finally getting the lay of the land. We now have water which is good. We also found a museum dedicated to package design. I took this shot from the window. It was one of the only places open yesterday.
It’s called the Deutsches Verpackungs Museum. Very cool place if you’re interested in this sort of thing, which I am.
Here is a Kickstarter campaign that I feel is worth it. It’s called the”weeCinema” and will be dedicated to video poetry.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/375616979/the-weecinema-pop-up-theater
Anyway basically Sunday is one of those days when everything closes up. Monday and Tuesday virtually nothing is open in Dilsberg. But like I said before we now have water, heat and Internet, along with studio spaces. So after our food shopping excursion, we will be getting back to work. I have a large table in my room so I’ve been working there. But that’s only good if I’m only working on one piece at a time. My plan was/is to lay everything out and work that way, put them in order and either animate or some kind of presentation that transitions. I suppose it all depends on time. Anyway I finished the first of six drawings and will attach it to the Greetings blog:
It’s snowing now and hopefully we will be able to slide down the hill to the bus stop. We have the same bus driver all the time. She is a real trip.
Hopefully the images will translate in the projection.
Stay tuned this is laundry week….