Twilight, the Universe and Pink Martini

I said to a friend earlier this week that life in Amman was sometimes like being in the military – periods of inaction, followed by frantic periods of activity.  Arts wise, that’s definitely true.

Sometimes writing individual reviews doesn’t really capture the serendipity of it all…  twilight premier tickets from a phone in on spin.jo had to be sacrificed to go and see an artist at Nabad who believed his work reflected the principles of the universe, while an exhibition at Makan featured black gloves reaching out from the floor.

At Zara a dreamy mother and technically minded graphic designer found common ground, while a group from Portland called Pink Martini sang a song called ‘Burka’ in Arabic on Amman’s citadel.

It’s sometimes feels like Alice, tumbling down the rabbit hole…

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2 Responses to Twilight, the Universe and Pink Martini

  1. Lina says:

    So true. I love how you captured it.

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