Category: Kunstpausen

  • Walking in Warsaw

    Walking in Warsaw

    Over the Holidays in 2020, I read the “Stanisław Lem’s Reflections on the Objects of His Childhood Home”, an excerpt of Lem’s memoirs: Highcastle, published by MITPress. “On rare occasions the desk would also store more valuable treasure, more valuable from my point of view then — a box of Lardelli chocolates brought all the…

  • Bach’s Cello Suites played by Yo-Y Ma

    Bach’s Cello Suites played by Yo-Y Ma

    New York Times Magazine published an interview with Yo-Yo-Ma on November 29th, 2020. Yo-Yo Ma and the meaning of life. By David Marchese Q: People have drawn so much from Bach’s Cello Suites this year. Those pieces were originally composed as study exercises., and yet they’ve become these icons of catharsis. What is their magic?…

  • Holiday Gift Wrapping in Immokalee

    Oracle team took a break from hard computer work and drove to Immokalee. The team assisted Guadalupe Center to wrap Christmas gifts and give them out Families. Here are some photos.

  • Ausstellungen im Museum fuer Moderne Kunst in NY

    Ausstellungen im Museum fuer Moderne Kunst in NY

  • Kunstpause: The Gift of Today

    Louis Schwartzberg’s Talk on Gratitude at TEDxSF Louie Schwartzberg is an award-winning cinematographer, director, and producer whose notable career spans more than three decades providing breathtaking imagery for feature films, television shows, documentaries and commercials. This piece includes his short film on Gratitude and Happiness. Brother David Steindl-Rast’s spoken words, Gary Malkin’s musical compositions and…

  • Kunstpause #42: Florida Blues in Naples

    The time during rain and twilight, when sky reflection on wet roads creates a film-like atmospere. The reflection of traffic lights & head lights are mixing colors and the faster cars on this intersection become ghosts in a moment’s time.