During early summer of 2017, we – Sarah and Niels – continued the apple adventures in a road trip to four wonderful places in France. In each of the places the trees were receivedContinue reading
Author: Sarah Laborde
Sarah Laborde ~ Postdoctoral researcher in anthropology at the Ohio State University, USA, and at the Australian Rivers Institute, Australia. I am a researcher of connections, and water (what better connector than water) - I often find myself immersed in the lives of rivers, these days the Logone in Cameroon and the Fitzroy in Western Australia. I am interested in the space where communication happens, between people (including about rivers) and between people and ‘others’ (including rivers). I met Niels by the mighty Hudson River in 2016.
Emergent apple dialogues
[by Sarah and Niels Viggo] An apple is a gift, generously given by the tree, even wrapped in colors and patterns where you can almost directly read the message “I love you, please thrive andContinue reading