POST DEATH — After 17 December 2016…

She's In Your Head

She’s In Your Head



It is now two years since Ruth’s death…and as you read this many more years are passing; which takes me to what my old teacher, Ross Johnston, said:


“…we need to be able to talk about death, we don’t, we don’t want to, but it is part of living. Living and dying is the same thing really. And somehow or rather in our education system, from cradle to grave, we got to be able to insinuate this into what people are hearing, whether it is on television, whether it is digital, or whatever. I don’t know how to do it. But I can see how vital it is, and a person who knows that they are going to die, it is not to be afraid of. There are ways and means. I talk about death a lot because I’m so close to it. I have no hesitation. I call it death, not passing. I am not passing, I’m dying. Monty Python says, ‘Dead! Dead! Dead!’ like the dead parrot.”


Time passes but death does not.


For those of us who walk in its long shadow, as the time flies by, what is left is only to confess to a broken heart.


The Importance of the Participation Triple-Video Art Installation and Theory: Neville Socially on a Saturday, Sunday, Friday - Afternoon, Evening, Morning

Being Alone and Urban Space: 4 Conferences, 2 Weeks, 2 Cities

A Moment of Grief: Memory and the Presence

Revelatory and Recovery Moments: Assessing Life’s Journeys and Directions

The Memories – Road Trip Day Gundagai: Neville Still Alive, Ruth as History, the Great Journey we Wanted

Ruth the Squirrel

Letter. Explaining Myself in the Hope of Dialogue, 29 January 2023

Mash of Moby-Pet Shop Boys at the end of the Journey

Oh-oh-oh, you'll know. Memory and Road Trips

More Than This: "I could feel at the time there was no way of knowing" (Nihilism but beyond it)

Here Comes the Rain Again...

Phenomenology of Ruth Memory (also webpage in The History of Ruth story)

Extraordinary Times and the Wisdom of Ages

The Night of Present Moment

The Passing of Uncle Arthur

Destiny and Life

The Memories - Road Trip Day 2: Neville Still Alive, Ruth as History, the Great Journey we Wanted

The Beginning - Road Trip Day 1: Neville Still Alive, Ruth as History, the Great Journey we Wanted

Poetry of a Lonely in the Compassionate Crowd

Dreams, Nightmares, Reality

Rick and Racheal in the Year 2021

My love is in league with the freeway -- There is no turning back on the run

Dreaming and Waking Up

Love, Money, and Life Regrets (To the end of 2020)

Porcelain: The Final Goodbye

Ruth, Always on My Mind

Ruth, Always on My Mind

Hypnotic Habit (Video Version)

Hypnotic Habit


Ruth’s Dream State: A Panoramic Vision of Dying and Juxtaposition

A Place Where We Were, and I Am Now

Something in the Nothingness

The Sunset of Being Alive

Life Locally on the Morning of High Winds Elsewhere in Country

Silent Embrace inside the Music, and the Equally Present and the Loss of Presence

Grief and Death

Death in Ruth: A Poem

Stuck Between Life and Death

The Carnival of Love