Impermanence: Embracing Change (Enhanced Edition)

Impermanence: Embracing Change (Enhanced Edition)

by David Hodge, Hi-Jin Hodge
     
 

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David and Hi-Jin Hodge interviewed 120 people about their experience of impermanence. The subjects spoke with dignity and candor; the edited films became a major multimedia installation in an art exhibit. Like the crowds gathered around the Hodges' work, those experiencing their book and DVD will come away with a poignant, living sense of impermanence; the need to

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David and Hi-Jin Hodge interviewed 120 people about their experience of impermanence. The subjects spoke with dignity and candor; the edited films became a major multimedia installation in an art exhibit. Like the crowds gathered around the Hodges' work, those experiencing their book and DVD will come away with a poignant, living sense of impermanence; the need to let go, learn to value and cherish the present, and realize how much we all share.

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The Middle Way
...fresh approach.very readable and accessible presentation of the preliminary practices.. Cortland Dahl has given Dzogchen practitioners a very useful text for starting to work with the preliminary practices and has given others a very accessible presentation of the Khandro Nyingtik preliminary practices - anything that helps this wonderful tradition to survive and grow is most welcome.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781559399333
Publisher:
Snow Lion Publications, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/16/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
144
File size:
1273 MB
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David Hodge and Hi-Jin Kang Hodge are internationally recognized artists, designers and filmmakers. Their artistic video installations explore a diverse range of topics, typically blending editorial materials and innovative uses of technology to explore complex human and social questions. David and Hijin's work encompasses many new and traditional types of media. They've shown ocean views on the side of a 40-story office building in downtown Seoul and were the first to use video iPods in an artistic installation. Today, they continue to evolve as artists, always looking for new ways to bring video and other media to bear on pressing social questions.

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