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learning to sail so that when the oil runs out we can still travel
I'm interested in DiY culture, finding our own ways to do stuff- ways in which people adapt garbage into usable technology - like a form of alchemy= also art which uses recycled materials and music made on home-made instruments-playing home-made songs in the streets
If you miss the bus then travel with your mind...
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I spend most of my time writing a PhD but also...Sailing boats- small ones-the open sea or rowing boats in a pond- the water- going down the river and exploring new places, away from the road everything looks different. Walks in the bush, jungle or,,, a big city I've never been to. I love to explore the streets and follow the 'map' of the mind. Taking machines to bits and seeing how they work. Long talks in a cafe or bar with a group of friendly people. Or talks and walks. Working on projects with people.making stuff and making stuff up: improvisation.
Music, Movies, and Books
Anything from the Hamilton Underground Film Festival...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Seeing the eclipse of the sun in New Zealand last year without knowing it was going to happen, and later realising wow!: I saw everything without thinking "hey, isn't that an eclipse...".
Traveling on the Waipah river by night, with some friends and a 50 year old outboard engine 'the seagull': using only the stars and the reflection of the sky in the water to navigate the bends in the river...
Teach, Learn, Share
Those strange symbols on the wall, what do they mean-? Maybe nothing, maybe something, but always more than they intend.
Countries I’ve Visited
Egypt, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico
Countries I’ve Lived In
Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, United Kingdom