Mound Hacker‏-Castel dell Ovo, Naples, Italy

My current site-specific art project is intervening in the time lines of actual Tells [mounds] and archaeological sites around the Mediterranean. The first one outside Israel is Castel dell Ovo at Naples, Italy. The castle, though majestic is viewed here on the right-hand side behind the marina. Odysseus, whom I visited last summer at Ithaca, […]

Be my guest : Andy Goldworthy, Alan Watts and trees

BE MY GUEST is a venue for others to share their art; I assemble between creators in my sitting room. Linear time and  locality are not relevant. Andy Galsworthy’s modest art was on my mind on my last trip to Kyoto; I was thinking of him while counting and lining up ten leaves, and when I placed […]

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Five Music Notes: rain, crow, spring, Kyoto, prayer bells. Instructions: You can play each video-sound separately. You can also play them all together, again and again.     more here: https://nonaorbach.com//?p=2085

Counting to TEN – site specific art in Zen garden

Counting and listing organizes, relaxes, gives a sense of order to our life. At the same time, counting leaves in a zen garden is as a constant as a cherry petal that is dropping and leaving the tree at this precise moment. If you follow Euclid through tags, you will find more shadows. You might be […]

Seven Sticks at Matsuno Taisha Shrine, Kyoto – site specific art

It is Sunday, cherry blossom in Kyoto. I gathered seven branches on one of the stepping stones to a tiny shrine at Matsuno. Waterfall is streaming on my left. A ray of light falls on them. Seven sticks resemble the days of a week. Click here for Gallery