A visual diary, 2015, with a few words (an index to posts in chronological order): Tokyo, Stockholm (8th International Deleuze Studies Conference, Daughers of Chaos), Copenhagen, Berlin, Vancouver, Waiheke

Tokyo-Stockholm, 26 June – 27 June

Stockholm, 27 June – 1 July

Daughters of Chaos: 8th International Deleuze Studies Conference Stockholm, 29 June – 1 July 2015

Stockholm, 2 – 3 July

Copenhagen, 3 – 4 July, featuring Bron Broen & graduate works from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts

Copenhagen, 5 – 6 July, including N. Bohr, H.C. Andersen, S. Kierkegaard, an American tourist prostrates herself at the foot of Grundtvig, Father of Denmark, and Danny Kaye makes mermaid pop star

Berlin arrival, 6 July: from the most expensive sushi train in the world (Copenhagen) to start-up opposite in Kreuzberg, burn-rate 24/7

Berlin, Berlin, so good they named you… poor but sexy, 7 – 10 July. Turkish market, Jewish Museum and the amazing Saskia Boddeke & Peter Greenaway exhibition, Obedience, Tempelhof preserved but succumbing to fashion, the Bauhaus, KaDeWe (!), and earlier there was a beaver in the park… and, did you spot Spinoza?

Vancouver, 11-12 July, has left a strong impression, for friends & for the food, salmon to caesars to… holy crap!

Vancouver to Waiheke, 12 July – 14 July, including Stanley Park, a mid-career survey of the art of Geoffrey Farmer at Vancouver Art Gallery (soon to have a new building by Herzog & de Meuron), and a lost day