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Susan Haase-Derrett

June 12th 2021

Susan Haase-Derrett

Returning to Ginnungagap  
    • on cracks, gaps and voids and where they might lead us

The crack is such a powerful image. We tread carefully on eggshells so as not to crack each other’s shells or indeed our own. But where would it take us if we dared to let the surface crack and let ourselves fall? How does a terrifying open space change into a welcoming one, into something benign?

Creation myths, such as the Nordic myth with its Gap of Ginnunga and the Orphic creation myth give us some indications, likewise James Hillman, the art of Anish Kapoor and not least our own dreams and visions.

 

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Venue

The Upper Room,
Redland Park United Reformed Church,
Whiteladies Road,
Bristol.
BS6 6SA

10.30am - 12.45pm
Cost:£12, Concessions £8

No advanced booking is necessary.

Committee

Susan Haase-Derrett, Isabel de Salis, Polly Wood Administrators
John Terry Treasurer
Polly Wood Mailing List
Chris Thirlway
Stephen Pritchard
Ellie Bailey

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