My last experience in Colombia was probably the least pleasant. And it wasn’t all that unpleasant. In fact part of my frustration with the situation stemmed from the fact that I wasn’t really in a position to let it run its course.
This past summer I spent six weeks at the SOMA Summer residency. It was much more of a pedagogical experience than a typical production-focussed residency, but for me this was a welcome arrangement. The seminars, which spanned the first three afternoons of each week, were engaging and led to thought-provoking conversation (and thoughts).
Three months and 22 days after landing at Ministro Pistarini airport in Buenos Aires I am once again, in the air; flying, via Santiago and Toronto, back to New York.
The first – and potentially longest – stop of 2012 is now but a memory.
A few initial thoughts.