Without Euclid, boys, mathematics would be a poor doddering thing. Without Euclid we wouldn’t be able to go from here to there. Without Euclid the bicycle would have no wheel. Without Euclid St. Joseph could not have been a carpenter for carpentry is geometry and geometry is carpentry. Continue reading Euclid, geometry, idiot
One often wonders at the modernity of ancient works of art: more than two and a half millennia have passed since the creation of this Egyptian faience statuette, yet it would hardly be surprising to encounter such a striped dress on the street – or even on the catwalk! Continue reading Catwalk
Spring that’s good to the core of the wood, to the leaves of groves, spring that reawakens soil and coaxes seeds to fruitfulness. Continue reading Spring it is
A shipwreck in the sea of love. Continue reading Floating among the waves
„Some strange music draws me in, makes me come on like some heroine” – dancers with krotalons, in Greek sandals and barefeet. Continue reading Dancing barefoot
An important cause with dancing statues and a game to play! Continue reading All creative works build on what came before
If you’ve always wanted to make a Gorgon-lidded box but never dared to start, the time has come! Continue reading A Gorgon-lidded box
The Palladion is a statue. The Palladion is not only a statue. Continue reading What is the Palladion?