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Art to Art- Notes-COVID19 musings

So, Michelangelo’s Last Judgment is a first-hand derivation from the narrative present in the Bible, the written document on the history of Christ, known by every Christian. Yet, its unique intoxicating potency lies in the tactility that a historian can … Continue reading

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Zoos we walked in -Covid19 lockdown notes

Lock down notes-Reconnecting with institutions we have been associated with. In our home library, we have books, journals (personal diaries and  subject specific journals) and albums of photographs (some of which have been converted into videos). As we have more … Continue reading

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Reflections-through architecture, learning, talks

The home is the lens, through which we get our first look at marriage and all civic duties. It is the clinic where , by conversation and attitude, impressions are created with respect to sobriety and reverence, it is the … Continue reading

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