One of my favourite things to do in this world is travelling, and I usually cannot go without one every month or two. So far, I’ve been to several European countries and since this continent is still very fascinating for me, I guess I will still be discovering it in the month and years to come – before moving to other ‘uncharted’ territories.
As with all the places that connect me with special people and H.R. Giger, I think I left a piece of my heart in Ljubljana. Reason to visit: Kurja Polt Genre Film Festival, where I had the utmost pleasure and honour to give a lecture on his art through a cognitive-linguistic lens, thus contributing to the homage to H.R. Giger on the second day of the festival, April 14… (more)
I find it hard to believe that it’s been two weeks already from the beginning of our trip to Switzerland (by us I also mean my friend Claudia) – the one we’ve been planning since July. Even though time flew even faster for us in this enchanting country, I’m glad it passes by quickly here, too – because every second it does, we’re getting closer to… (more)
After riding the seemingly endless summer rays over the Suisse mountains last summer, this time it was time for North. And by North I mean that charming little country with far more to offer than it meets the eye(or the superficial general knowledge): the Netherlands. So, one lovely August afternoon and thousands of kilometers away… (more)
„Before Sunrise“ is an artistic romantic drama about two young people, American vagabond Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and French student Celine (Julie Delpy), who meet on a train to Vienna and decide to spend one day and night walking through the streets of this city… (more)
Rarely has one such luck as to be living in the same time period as one’s favourite artist. In my case, it is the Swiss surrealist painter and designer H.R. Giger, known around the world as the man behind the iconic design of Alien, a perfect monster gracing the silver screen since the late 70′s. The original movie, helmed by Ridley Scott, that successfully combined horror and science fiction… (more)