17 April 2017
- Vessel (n.)
- c. 1300, “container,” from Old French vessel “container, receptacle, barrel; ship” (12c., Modern French vaisseau) from Late Latin vascellum “small vase or urn,” also “a ship,” alteration of Latin vasculum, diminutive of vas “vessel.” Sense of “ship, boat” is found in English from early 14c. “The association between hollow utensils and boats appears in all languages” [Weekley]. Meaning “canal or duct of the body” (especially for carrying blood) is attested from late 14c.
- Make art about a vessel.
- 18 April 2017
- Make art about something relentless, about relentless emotion.
- 19 April 2017
- Awake until four in the morning last night, me and the deer, and a lone owl in the oak outside the window.
- Make art about a conversations in the night, about how the night talks to you.