The Kick-About #29 ‘The Moon Did Not Answer’

Luminous visions of the moon.

Red's Kingdom


Our last Kick-About together was inspired by the lunar-like landscape of Dungeness beach and Derek Jarman’s Prospect Cottage. This week’s creative run-around-between-friends is inspired by the actual moon, or rather by Haruki Murakami’s evocative description of its silent, watchful orbit…


Vanessa Clegg

“I won’t over explain this, so it is what it is: the human need to control the natural world, and the eye in the sky bearing witness. (Moths were already dead)”. Moon and pinned moths. 2’ X 2’. Graphite, oil paint and pinned Moths on Gesso.


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Tom Beg

“It is usually thought of that our humble moon is essentially a big dead rock in floating in space, but I have always liked how Murakami imbues the objects and places in the lives of his characters with surrealistic life or uses them to communicate something from other strange and unseen worlds. Perhaps in our world, the moon might…

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12 responses to “The Kick-About #29 ‘The Moon Did Not Answer’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Cheers Kerfe X

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  2. melaniereynolds says :

    I love these! The moon is a great subject for artistic inspiration!

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  3. Dr Yashica Sharma says :

    That’s a nice post

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  4. robertawrites235681907 says :

    I enjoyed you moon collages, Kerfe

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  5. msjadeli says :

    I loved 1Q84 and that passage on the moon. So many creative artists participate in this challenge!

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  6. D. Wallace Peach says :

    You’re so talented. Wonderful postcards, Kerfe. I always enjoy these collections of creativity.

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