Creative Destruction.


In the last in a series of posts to this site, I want to write about a concept of creative practice and art in general. An approach called creative destruction.


Sarcophagus wall sculpture, The Twelve apostles; Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy.

Loss of a loved one from your life can be difficult, hard to put it mildly.

From a perspective of ‘gain’ in a relative sense, I can say that loss and the grief that follows can be a wholly traumatic experience. 


'Annunciation', Leonardo Da Vinci, 1472, Uffizi Gallery Florence.

For a long time now I have been craving the creation of new things. Real things and not the creation of anything in the abstract; like philosophy, which i’m used to. I have been to the book shops and have bought many books, books, which I try to read but usually get something from the… Continue reading Allegory