November 26, 2017. We follow the Nakahechi Imperial Route from Takijiri-Oji to Chikatsuyu-oji. This is the first of two days following the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail, a UNESCO world heritage site.
November 22, 2017. From Takamatsu to Teshima Island to Naoshima Island. Takamatsu, last night and this morning. Llobet and Pons. No one wins-multibasket Christian Boltanski. Les Archives du Coeur CD of my heart beat. Rei Naito and Ryue Nishizawa. Teshima Art Museum. Tadanori Yokomineji and Yuko Nakayama. Teshima Yokoo House.
We are here, in Hiroshima, because of a solitary speck of time in the history of our world. It was 8:15 on the morning of Monday, August 6, 1945. The Little Boy atomic bomb exploded. 70,000 died immediately. Within three hours, a firestorm cloud would rage overhead, with an estimated energy 1000 times more than... Continue Reading →