Everything takes place in this moment. But we can’t hold it, it’s like water flowing about us. The only way to grasp it is by placing it in a form, a pattern, a place in time. It’s the beginnings that we can perceive, and the endings.
Produced for Shortcuts on BBC Radio 4. November 2020.
When will I die? When will I meet my soulmate? When will we be able to travel again?
Google has become the modern version of the Ancient Oracle, the place where people search for answers. This piece uses the Autocomplete function in order to collect the questions most commonly searched for in August 2020 in the UK.
Produced for Shortcuts on BBC Radio 4.
"He said I have to stop looking for perfection everywhere and shall go and put my hands in stagnant water with seaweeds touching my fingers and enjoy the feeling of disgust.”
A portrait of Neringa, always chasing the sun.