“Human skin is porous; the world flows through you. Your senses are large pores that let the world in. By being attuned to the wisdom of your senses, you will never become an exile in your own life, an outsider lost in an external spiritual place that your will and intellect, have constructed”
— John O’Donohue
A mixed exhibition at Anima Mundi curated by Joseph Clarke. The exhibition includes artworks by (In alphabetical order) : Massimo Angei, Paul Benney, Gabriel Tendai Choto, Phoebe Cummings, Luke Frost, Youki Hirakawa, Simon Hitchens, Arthur Lanyon, Sam Lock, Jamie Mills, Malcolm Pate, Jonathan Michael Ray, Marija Rinkevičiūtė, Agnes Treherne, David Kim Whittaker, Joy Wolfenden Brown, Carlos Zapata
‘Wheel of the Year’ Online series of mixed exhibitions, Anima Mundi Gallery.
‘In many traditions, time is considered to be cyclical rather than straight line. Perceived as a perpetual cycle of growth and retreat tied to the Sun’s annual death and rebirth. This cycle is also viewed as a micro and macrocosm of broader life cycles in an immeasurable series of rotations composing the Universe. The days that fall on the landmarks of the yearly cycle traditionally mark the beginnings and middle-points of the four seasons.
‘Wheel of the Year’ consists of a year long series of international online mixed exhibitions following this rhythm of the seasons. This ‘calendar’ provides a cue for the duration of each show, and inevitably, flavours the selection of works presented.
This major project incorporated 400 works from 86 artists from across the globe.