On the top of the hill

Before the pandemic, I lived and worked in Los Angeles, and was involved, among other things, in site-specific events, and devoted quite a lot of time to researching my habitat. Once I was riding an Uber along Vermont Ave, and turning right onto the boulevard, I noticed a green hill covered with olive trees. Hills

На вершине холма

До пандемии я жила и работала в Лос Анджелесе, занималась в том числе сайт-спесифик событиями и довольно много посвятила времени исследованию месту своего обитания. Однажды я ехала в такси по Вермонт авеню, и поворачивая направо на бульвар, обратила внимание на небольшой зеленый холм, покрытый оливковыми деревьями. Холмы и оливковые деревья для Лос Анджелеса это обычное

I ❤ commute

Hey there! I’ve been developing this new project of mine and testing out some audio content. It’s basically going to be a secret healing game embedded into modern transit systems. A podcast with audio readings, interviews with scientists, philosophers, and creative professionals, meditations for sleepy and exhausted commuters. So check it out, folks! I ❤

Konstantin Melnikov. Architect. Sleep enthusiast

My greatest inspiration, a shining example of an artist,  is Russian architect Konstantin Melnikov.  His work, compressed into a single decade (1923–33), placed Melnikov on the front end of 1920s avant-garde architecture. The young architect quickly found himself pushing the boundaries of a developing avant-garde movement in post-Revolution Russia. With his first major success, the angular Soviet

Gustav Klimt. Goldsmith of Dreams

Symbolism. The cradle of modern dreams. Symbolism first appeared as a literary concept in the late 19th century, but very soon was identified with the artwork of a younger generation of painters who were similarly rejecting the conventions of Naturalism. Symbolist painters believed that art should reflect an emotion or idea rather than represent the