eating stars together at dusk – Saskia Bunce-Rath

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22nd Jan 2024 - 20th Feb 2024

eating stars together at dusk – Saskia Bunce-Rath

If you breathe out, you will breathe fire / people below think it’s shooting stars / it’s the time of the wild hunt / when every being that existed marches down an endless road in the sky / marching towards the small spark that we sometimes see from the corner of our eye

and hours ago I floated in a warm green sea / the huge mountain looming above / it moved differently though me / the dense quiet grow of the forest / the dark spread on the horizon line / the sea smoke bleeding to land / the shiver of grasses / a comet burning in my eye / creatures gently lifting rivers at the seams / new tendrils / a mantle of swords sometimes left behind / my rib is that dark thing / sky and skin smearing / I hope I’m never sick of it

Saskia Bunce-Rath

In eating stars together at dusk Bunce-Rath investigates domestic life and connections to the divine, portals of entry to other realms and how they manifest in moments in daily life. Influenced by spiritual painters like Agnes Pelton and Nicholas Roerich, as well as Rudolf Steiner’s theosophical learnings and philosophies in those areas of emotions, colour and spirituality, she finds her own visual language explored in rich colour and compositions.

burning at the fresh awareness of elsewhereSaskia Bunce-Rath
oceans dissolving at the end of airSaskia Bunce-Rath
quiet whilst in ever sky, and that sky, and that skySaskia Bunce-Rath
specks of fire, all crowns all circlesSaskia Bunce-Rath
but this time towards the mountainsSaskia Bunce-Rath
time is just a small dream it won’t take longSaskia Bunce-Rath
the forest, all catchingSaskia Bunce-Rath
tiny feet in the planet gardenSaskia Bunce-Rath
a thin star wind growsSaskia Bunce-Rath
‘tell me about the glass road that sits in the sky over our heads, I feel calm right to my edges’Saskia Bunce-Rath