Invitation to play (Spring)

1- setting up a few objects and materials in a large piece of paper in the morning while preparing breakfast
 2-encountering new spaces to work is always exciting

 3- never to tell her how to use the materials and objects, observing her at work; listening to the storytelling

 4- noticing how the materials, objects, and child merge: without limitations
 5- its a warm day, the frogs are eating
 6- we went to music class and the park, we had lunch and a nap... many animals are eating in a big plate
 7- now everybody is going some place else and everything is transformed several times into school, music class, park, and train

 8. never ending approaches to art and life while dinner is about to start


like  an optical illusion that appears and disappears ...

or a fleeting moment in time...

 the transient community forms and disappears each time...


Invitations to explore: 

 1- a walk
Spring is  here and we saw beautiful magnolias in our morning walk.

2- the environment
a simple setting is always inspiring

 3- the tools
 A magnifying glass help us to see the world in different ways

4. time and freedom to explore
Jumping, hiding and dancing feels good!


glocality, including both the local and global is indeed conflictive,

as it embodies liberating as well as alienative qualities  


the fluidity that only a liquid community can offer to the ones that belong nowhere and everywhere in the world