The magazine From Line to Culture has been published in Israel, in Hebrew, in its current format, for the last 10 years. A non-profit online magazine, it considers culture as encompassing the entirety of everyday life. Its expressions are like a recommendation from a friend.
The plate on which we eat, the bedding on which we sleep, the movie we watch, the music or book we enjoy and the carpet we spread on the floors of our home – all are varied aspects of our culture, radiating – sometimes without our awareness – the “what” and “how” of our lives.
“…The furniture is “soft” while maintaining the elegance of Japanese design. Despite the integration of both Norse and Japanese cultures, it maintains meticulous functionality and efficiency. But! It was important to maintain a Zen sense of quiet while life is lived at home and enveloped by nature.”
This book should not be read – just sample a few pages and take a rest. Why? Because of the tension, the stormy reaction to reading it, and especially because of the unbelievable revelations – truth that is stranger than fiction – but which actually happened.
“One can resist the invasion of armies; one cannot resist the invasion of ideas.” Victor Hugo
“Full of sound and fury signifying nothing” (William Shakespeare)
The limits of human cognition, and especially mysterianism. That is, the unknown.
It is no coincidence that we have returned to Noam Chomsky’s book, What Kind of Creatures Are We? The trigger? Not only reality, but also a relatively recent article in which Idan Lando, who translated the book into Hebrew, interviews Noam Chomsky.
Lahmacun – Spinach and Cheese Pastry
Some people eat based on knowledge; some, based on patterns set at home or by tradition, and some eat with their eyes. How do you eat?
Eating with the eyes means that both the cook and the photographer did their job. They managed to tempt you, stimulate your taste buds in anticipation, so that their creation wins you over.
Strong visuals have a power of their own. Especially when the creators have a divinely bestowed talent to evoke emotion. Inbal Pinto and Etgar Keret have joined forces for the first time and created a work that does not fit established categories – film-story-illustrations-movement-game-music and above all – an exciting aesthetic.