Tic-Toc Goes the Circadian Clock
An unknown person gazes over a mended wall, digging deep into their soul, they wonder if yonder, the trees really are greener.
Between two trunks is a nightingale lodged in her nest. She sings seductively, but who’s here to hear, feel and follow?
A sun dial sits alone in a well manicured garden, unobtrusively it tells of the shortening of time: ‘Summer will soon be Fall.’
Brand and Identity
An imagined community is a concept coined by Benedict Anderson to analyse nationalism.
Anderson depicts a nation as a socially constructed community, imagined by the people who perceive themselves as part of that group.
Anderson’s book, Imagined Communities, in which he explains the concept in depth, was first published in 1983.