Diaries Book (2004)

This work is about stories that we and other people can tell about ourselfes. It is about multiplicity in each one of us and in each way of knowing oneself and is about different perspectives on a subject instead of a truth. The author chooses astrology as a way to make decisions in life for 6 days and registers this process in a diary. Six people are invited to tell stories about the author through palm reading, revealing a multiplicity in opinions about who she is and about possible futures. You are invited to join the chat about the work, participate and discuss this work and themes within it.

This work is inspired by a Japanese writer called Murasaki Shikibu, a lady of the of the 11th century Japanese court. She is also known to be the writer of the first novel ever. As other ladies from her time, she ...

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This work is about stories that we and other people can tell about ourselfes. It is about multiplicity in each one of us and in each way of knowing oneself and is about different perspectives on a subject instead of a truth. The author chooses astrology as a way to make decisions in life for 6 days and registers this process in a diary. Six people are invited to tell stories about the author through palm reading, revealing a multiplicity in opinions about who she is and about possible futures. You are invited to join the chat about the work, participate and discuss this work and themes within it.

This work is inspired by a Japanese writer called Murasaki Shikibu, a lady of the of the 11th century Japanese court. She is also known to be the writer of the first novel ever. As other ladies from her time, she used the most archaic form of Japanese writing, adapted from sounds of the Chinese. The Genji Monogatari - Tale of Genji and a diary are the works known to be written by Murasaki. In both works, social and private realities are mixed.

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