Tuesday, 2 September 2014

casa tomada or maybe garaje tomade?

Casa Tomada at Saatchi / Pangaea
The big truck came to take the filled skip away this morning. The clearing process started at one end of the house, then out to the garage and finally into the skip.

I've seen whole new genus of garage spiders in the process, as well as all manner of other bug, many of which are now on a surprise trip to another location. No Calponia Harrisonfordi though.

Of course, the clearing process unearths further historical artefacts and can create that 'I just threw one of those away' moments. Some ruthlessness is required to preserve sanity, linked with a passing interest in blogging potential of discoveries.

In practice, it's still difficult to keep up with even recent events, let alone digging further into the archives. As an example, something I didn't mention recently was our visit to the Saatchi for the Panagaea Exhibition, featuring African and South American artists.

My photo shows Rafael Gómezbarros' big ant like creatures, representing the human scale of often unseen displaced people crossing the globe.

3 comments:

OldLady Of The Hills said...

EWWWWW---I'm glad that is an "ART" piece and not actual real live bugs.
They are really scary looking......!

rashbre said...

Naomi They are also rather large to be bugs, at least around here!

Pat said...

Not my bag.