AN ENDURING MYSTERY Open Call – Members’ Show, Interface
18 – 29 September
In his book The Blue Sapphire of the Mind, Douglas E. Christie explores a contemplative approach to ecological thought and practice. He argues that it is only through changing the quality of our attention to the natural world that we can learn to live with other living organisms and with one another.
He cites Robert Finch when he writes:
To perceive and give expression in language to what [the poet Denise] Levertov calls the “spirit within [the] phenomena” is an imaginative act born of our recognition that our relationship with the natural world is, as Robert Finch suggests, “more than strictly intellectual, biological, cultural or even ethical…[that it] is, at its very heart, an enduring mystery.”
Deadline: 15 August
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