been there, bought the tee-shirt

been there, done that, bought the tee-shirt

Yesterday I finished reading A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki. It is a fantastic novel of past and present, of intertwining characters and the complex relationship between reader and writer, of Zen Buddhism and quantum physics - in particular the ‘many worlds’ theory of Hugh Everett.

Today I wandered into a bookshop and picked up the biography of Mark Oliver Everett (Mr E of Eels). I started reading it on the Tube home - on page eleven he mentions his father, Hugh Everett.

It was one of those little coincidences that makes the world a much more interesting place.

(via It)

(via It)

Low + Hebronix, Barbican Centre 30.04.13

Pick Me Up 2013: Somerset House, London

I think I eat like a fox.

‘You wrote a bad song, Petey!’
Jarvis Cocker x Wes Anderson x Roald Dahl = dream team