Roses are red, Violets are blue. Seeds were planted in the past, time passed & those seeds grew. They blossomed & became beautiful; They are symbolic & although the plants can be physically taken out the earth, they remain unmovable. August 11th 2015 – the birth of a garden. The first of much to come. We […]
Seeing violence done in the dark has me leaving the light switch off as I speak in silence. Seeking guidance when seeds of doubt sprout seasonally in my thoughts in result of wars fought with enemies seeking an alliance. Walking through the alley of death where shadows are said to seen. Selling souls to satan […]
In anticipation of Durham’s third annual Art of Cool Festival, RECOUNT presents this 2-hour Spotify playlist of our featured artists! We’ll be bopping around the Bull City all weekend; from the free, family-friendly day parties to the late night/early morning jams to the Innovate Your Cool Conference think tank at American Underground. From the epic, cross-generational jazz of Kamasi […]
“In Western thought, the conscious being is often divided into two parts: mind, and body. Senses, and thoughts. Perception, and memory. It seems every conscious thought is rooted in either instantaneous perception or recall. What, then, can be said about a person’s soul if one side of that duality is completely destroyed?” asks Alex Quirk. […]
Faces and places in Fes, Morocco captured by Hannah Sommer, our Asheville-based contributing photographer, currently abroad in Europe and North Africa. Her lens invokes a willingness to see, which the natural states of life there greet with a warm welcome. More on life lived throughout the world, in its simplicity and multiplicity, to come! Follow us […]
In this sphere, where power, violence, and race collide, the contemporary understanding is dominated by history’s victors. Most of us are paralyzed in the face of these narratives. In positioning the history to speak for itself – candidly and directly to the audience – Olsson shows no cowardice.
COLUMBIA, SC It’s an hour til the new year. The clock is ticking on an empty stage directly in front of the South Carolina State House, where the notorious confederate flag had waved for fifty four years… until 2015 took it down. A congested and anxious crowd stretches all the way down Main Street as […]