Last stop: Halton

    Housesit Nr.3, Halton, UK We leave Hungerford with a heavy heart. Tarka, the spaniel puppy and her owners in Hungerford, have become dear to us. After 3.5 hours train ride north we reach Halton where our new hosts, Mairead and her husband Phil, are waiting. To fill the fridge, Simon and I walk to the central shopping center. […]

At Home in Hungerford

    Housesit Nr.2, Hungerford, UK This is my kind of house! During the last months of traveling I had to admit that I was feeling slightly rootless. I longed for contact with like minded people to have good talks about art, or whatever topic might come up and share laughter. Arriving in Hungerford we are picked up by a […]

Stories of 1001 eyes (Sri Lanka 3)

    This is an essay about the benefit of mini- adventures as a starting point for an art project while travelling. A mini adventure consists of the mindset to explore and simply find everything interesting. It might be random walks or thought provoking articles. It is not the intention to scrutinise the material at this state. Rather see it […]

Mirissa goes off (Sri Lanka2)

  Mirissa, a small town in the very south of Sri Lanka, is known for it’s beautiful beach and a vibrant surf culture. But as soon as May is over it turns it’s head around. Monsoon takes over and forces surfers and tourists to move to the east coast. Restaurants close as well as many pensions. Available food consists of […]

Religion is trumph (Sri Lanka 1)

    Welcome to 75% humidity and 33 degrees. We left Colombo as soon as possible and headed towards the smaller cooler villages in the center of the island. I spend the first two weeks cutting a way through jungleland, feeling like the british settlers that arrived in the early 19th century. They kept Sri Lanka as a colony till […]