“Don’t let the inspiration pass you by.”

A collection of works of others that stimulate my mind and surround me with a sense of connection.
Modern Dance
Directed by Wim Wenders, this poetic documentary celebrates the expressive works of the German choreographer Pina Bausch and her inspirational and exciting dance theatre ensemble, Tanztheater Wuppertal. Prepare to rediscover the definition of dance while sailing through emotions. "Dance, dance, otherwise we're lost," says Pina Bausch. A life-defining statement, maybe in some ways we all should hold on to.
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Marina Abramovic
Performance Art
Marina Abramovic is an outstanding artist whose performances trigger many emotions. Her works are bold, but they ask vital questions about the fundamentals of life, such as free will, trust, and communication.
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GoGo Penguin: Live from the Abbey Road Studios
In October 2020, GoGo Penguin streamed a live video session from Abbey Road Studios. It was a delight to listen to and watch. Each note tickled the capillaries in my brain, made me feel like I was in the studio with them and let me forget I was staring at the computer screen at home. The recording of the event is also available on Spotify. Enjoy!
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The Comet is Coming: Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery
I tend to be a bit abstract when relating music to emotions, which can lead to interesting conversations under the right circumstances. A friend and I talked about music once, using only colours, another time naming scents. I think it was more fun and insightful to relate one sense to another.

Listening to this album feels like a 45-minute existential voyage between an end and a new beginning. A transitional stage. An open-hearted invitation to a world that is surreal and real at the same time.
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Amanda Gorman: The Hill We Climb
When Amanda Gorman read her poem at Joe Biden's inauguration on 20 January 2021, her powerful words defined an ideal future where people unite and grow together in harmony.
Read on The Guardian
Tales of the City
Drama Series
Created by Armistead Maupin, Tales of the City was first published on a column in an alternative weekly San Francisco paper in 1974 before becoming a series of nine books -published between 1976 and 2014- and adapted to TV in 1993. But I discovered it when the Netflix production streamed in 2019.

Tales of the City tells the story of people living in an apartment complex on 28 Barbary Lane. Surrounded by a beautiful garden, the residence is an oasis where everyone is loved and accepted as who they are - all made possible by the landlady, Anna Madrigal. When a middle-aged resident, Michael, states his reason for not leaving Barbary Lane, his words depict an ideal home:

"Once you feel seen by someone like Anna Madrigal makes you feel seen, you don't wanna leave."
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