Thursday, 24 April 2014

Seattle Performance - A Blossom Cut by a Stone's Shadow

These are photos from my performance A Blossom Cut by a Stone's Shadow presented by INCA Seattle. The location was the covered courtyard outside the Cornish Playhouse, in the Seattle Center, a landmark of modern architecture built for the World’s Fair of 1962. The performance was co-positioned by Aeron Bergman & Alejandra Salinas.

The sound from the courtyard fountain reinforced the rain that was pouring down this day - creating a fitting backdrop for the performance using plant materials from the surrounding area, water from the fountain, and vessels and utensils from a local charity shop.

 Photo: Aeron Bergman


Christopher James said...

Dear Lennart,
I have really enjoyed following your ikebana (and garden) experiences in North West US. All really uplifting and enriching. Thank you for sharing them with us.

Warm regards,

nordic lotus said...

Thanks Christopher,
I'm glad you enjoyed the posts. I've learned from you when it comes to posting travel experiences and plants. I had a wonderful trip and the contacts I've made through ikebana networking made it all so much more inspiring.

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