The Greater World of Little Things – an alternative view on the natural world.
It can safely be said that nature is big, much bigger than the spaces we would normally expect it to occupy. Our first impressions of it are powerful and significant, but they could never reveal all that there is to be revealed. A second impression is required; a third, a fourth, and more.
The natural world can intrigue us, enthral or even overwhelm us. But why? Perhaps we need not look too deeply and merely absorb the moments. Perhaps though, the moments are more poignant if we do examine them more closely. Perhaps we require a balance between the two.
To consider the Greater World of Little Things is to encourage a different view of the supposedly normal, or simply just a better look at what we think we have grown accustomed to. It is to allow ourselves to see the astonishing in the familiar, or enable us to witness the unfolding pleasures brought about by a subtle alteration of perspective. And it may lead us towards consideration of the more intrinsic; of us, our place and our connection with it all. Things from the frivolous to the fundamental.
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Date(s) - 16/08/2019
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm