Monthly Archives: January 2015
I was introduced to the work of Roman Signer by Petra in a show in Aarau in 2014. He is a visual artist who works in sculpture, video, photography and installations. He is probably the Swiss incarnation of Marcel Duchamp. His work is fresh, playful, wild, absurd and magical. We went to the Kunstmuseum in St.Gallen with […]
On April of 2014 a seaport crane was erected along the Limmat River bank in Zürich. There is no maritime trade on the river and no actual seaport either. It was a conceptual art project. Protests from mostly conservative folks drew attention to the spending of more than half a million francs on setting up a rusty old crane. Soon the crane will come down […]
The day after the Paris massacre we traveled to the Alsace region of France to visit the Museé du Papier Peint (Museum of Wallpaper). In the train on our way to France I took this photo. France and Europe are shaken by this heinous crime.
The 2014 annual report of UnBoricuaEnSuiza.com provides interesting data that I want to share with you: UnBoricuaEnSuiza.com was viewed about 2,100 times in 2014. The busiest day of the year was December 4th with 74 views. The most popular post that day was Jumping thrice into the Rhine. Click on the link to watch it. In the Desert was […]