by Juundaal Strang Yettica
“I don’t know much about much but the learning keeps me alive!”
The edited audio interview with Jonathan Jones will be here soon!
Image credit: Kaldor Public Art Project 32: Jonathan Jones Kangaroo grassland, barrangal dyara (skin and bones), Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney, 17 September – 3 October 2016 © Jonathan Jones. Photo: Pedro Greig
Hello! There you are! I’ve been waiting for you! Come in, come with me…
By no means am I any kind of expert about anything and sometimes I’m not even sure yet what there is in front of me to learn but I go in anyway, with or without a map…and most times I end up at a completely different place than I thought I was headed! Please let me try to explain this better… When we first met, yes, you and I, I had hoped to give you something. I hoped to leave you with something, an idea, a new question to ask, a memory or a seed planted. I have since come to understand that I don’t have to be an expert. People are willing and wanting to share their knowledge and experience so we can all learn and for this I am grateful. So, shall we go in?Continue reading “Grandmother Lessons”