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Lame d'autunno - un haiku di Recchioni e Accardi su La Lettura

https://taccuinonomade.wordpress.com/2018/10/08/lame-dautunno-un-haiku-di-recchioni-e-accardi-su-la-lettura/

#haiku #graphicnovel #lalettura #corrieredellasera #samurai #fumetti #sergiobonellieditore #chanbara #jisei #poesia
Cuando a tu colega le da el bajón y decide grabarte, pero sentado. 😂

#parkour #pk #add #jump #love #training #family #sevilla #enjoy #movement #alwayshavefun #smooth #constant #jiseidento #jisei #exgordo #saufon #elbuenangulo
ぶどう🍇食べ比べ
藤稔
シャインマスカット
甲斐路
JISEI RINCE情報の洗剤で洗って、
さらに甘く美味しい。
#ぶどう 
#JISEI RINSE
#情報の洗剤 
#甲斐路 
#シャインマスカット 
#藤稔
I love an intense poetry book... #jisei #japanesedeathpoems #haiku
The death poem is a genre of poetry that developed in the literary traditions of East Asian cultures. They tend to offer a reflection on death—both in general and concerning the imminent death of the author—that is often coupled with a meaningful observation on life. The practice of writing a death poem has its origins in Zen Buddhism. It is a concept or worldview derived from the Buddhist teaching of the three marks of existence (三法印sanbōin), specifically that the material world is transient and impermanent (無常 mujō), that attachment to it causes suffering (苦 ku), and ultimately all reality is an emptiness or absence of self-nature (空 kū). These poems became associated with the literate, spiritual, and ruling segments of society, as they were customarily composed by a poet, warrior, nobleman, or Buddhist monk. (Wikipedia)
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Koho Kennichi – died 1316 age 76
leaving
standing or sitting
a pile
of bones –
rising soaring falling
I am thunder
in the sea
○●○ Kozan Ichiko – died 1360 age 77
empty I entered
empty I leave
going and coming
simple things entangled
○●○ Mumon Gensen - died 1390 age 68
life is clouds and mist
emerging from a cave
death – a reflecting moon
on a cosmic course
think to much about it
you’ll be tethered like
an ass to a stake
forever
○●○ #death #deathpositivemovement #hospice #palliative #endoflife #supportcircle #soulfriend #selflove #poetry #deathpoems #jisei #soul #haiku #reflect #love #zen #japan #buddhism #buddhist #spirit #impermanence #spirituality #dyingwell #dyingmatters #dyingalive #deathawareness #deathdoula
The death poem is a genre of poetry that developed in the literary traditions of East Asian cultures. They tend to offer a reflection on death—both in general and concerning the imminent death of the author—that is often coupled with a meaningful observation on life. The practice of writing a death poem has its origins in Zen Buddhism. It is a concept or worldview derived from the Buddhist teaching of the three marks of existence (三法印sanbōin), specifically that the material world is transient and impermanent (無常 mujō), that attachment to it causes suffering (苦 ku), and ultimately all reality is an emptiness or absence of self-nature (空 kū). These poems became associated with the literate, spiritual, and ruling segments of society, as they were customarily composed by a poet, warrior, nobleman, or Buddhist monk. (Wikipedia) ○●○ Koho Kennichi – died 1316 age 76 leaving standing or sitting a pile of bones – rising soaring falling I am thunder in the sea ○●○ Kozan Ichiko – died 1360 age 77 empty I entered empty I leave going and coming simple things entangled ○●○ Mumon Gensen - died 1390 age 68 life is clouds and mist emerging from a cave death – a reflecting moon on a cosmic course think to much about it you’ll be tethered like an ass to a stake forever ○●○ #death  #deathpositivemovement  #hospice  #palliative  #endoflife  #supportcircle  #soulfriend  #selflove  #poetry  #deathpoems  #jisei  #soul  #haiku  #reflect  #love  #zen  #japan  #buddhism  #buddhist  #spirit  #impermanence  #spirituality  #dyingwell  #dyingmatters  #dyingalive  #deathawareness  #deathdoula 
Oh where could the shinobi be going? 
Into the deep fog laced nightmare... Colored via ClipStudio Paint EX on iPad Pro. -
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#comics #manga #shinobi #samurai #horror #jisei #nature #illustration #anime #clipstudiopaint #ipadpro #digitalcoloring
Color doodle of Li Mei from the Jisei series ❤️ I absolutely adore the series, and replayed it last week; the games aren’t recent but they’ve gotten a repolish earlier this year if I remember correctly and look v nice :D
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#jisei #sakevisual #limei #kansei #fanart #digitalart
Color doodle of Li Mei from the Jisei series ❤️ I absolutely adore the series, and replayed it last week; the games aren’t recent but they’ve gotten a repolish earlier this year if I remember correctly and look v nice :D . #jisei  #sakevisual  #limei  #kansei  #fanart  #digitalart 
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Breathing in, breathing out,
Moving forward, moving back,
Living, dying, coming, going —
Like two arrows meeting in flight,
In the midst of nothingness
Is the road that goes directly
to my true home.

Inhale, exhale
Forward, back
Living, dying:
…Slice the void in aimless flight –
Thus I return to the source.
Gesshu Soko .
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#jisei #japanesezen #soko #japanesepoem #deathpoem #homeis #deathmeditation
#zenmaster #finalmoments #passingthrough #transientlife #lucidity #truest #onelastbreath #knowpeace #fromheretothere #sunsetheaven #poemsofinsta #tibetanbowl #paradiseishere #shadowbanned #shadowban
🙏 Breathing in, breathing out, Moving forward, moving back, Living, dying, coming, going — Like two arrows meeting in flight, In the midst of nothingness Is the road that goes directly to my true home. Inhale, exhale Forward, back Living, dying: …Slice the void in aimless flight – Thus I return to the source. Gesshu Soko . . . . . . . #jisei  #japanesezen  #soko  #japanesepoem  #deathpoem  #homeis  #deathmeditation  #zenmaster  #finalmoments  #passingthrough  #transientlife  #lucidity  #truest  #onelastbreath  #knowpeace  #fromheretothere  #sunsetheaven  #poemsofinsta  #tibetanbowl  #paradiseishere  #shadowbanned  #shadowban 
#haiku #haikugardens #haikumoment #micropoetry #3lines #kigo #jisei #şiir #chiyoni

Jisei

gördüm Ay'ı da
ayrılırken yaşamdan
saygılarımla

Bayan Kaga no CHİYO-Nİ
( 1701-1775 )
#haiku #micropoetry #şiir #üçdize #3lines #jisei #kigo #muratgacan 
Haiku

Koca bir ateş böceği
Dalgalana dalgalana
Geçti gitti.

Kobayashi İSSA

Kardeşim Murat Gacan'ın anısına...
Jisei
. "Dost thou feel the soil of thy soul stirred with tender thoughts? It is time for seeds to sprout. Disturb it not with speech; but let it work alone in quietness and secrecy"
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Ropes: Tengu Hanataka
Photo: @julia_mur_photos
Model: @mark_badalan

Tags:
#shibari #shibaribondage #shibariart #shibariDaugavpils #shibariphotography #shibariphoto #male #maleshibari #malemodel #ropes  #hojojutsu #bushi #bushido #samurai #jisei #kinbaku #photodaugavpils #julia_mur
Jisei . "Dost thou feel the soil of thy soul stirred with tender thoughts? It is time for seeds to sprout. Disturb it not with speech; but let it work alone in quietness and secrecy" . Ropes: Tengu Hanataka Photo: @julia_mur_photos Model: @mark_badalan Tags: #shibari  #shibaribondage  #shibariart  #shibariDaugavpils  #shibariphotography  #shibariphoto  #male  #maleshibari  #malemodel  #ropes  #hojojutsu  #bushi  #bushido  #samurai  #jisei  #kinbaku  #photodaugavpils  #julia_mur 
We have two ‘Seppuku’ themed events just a few weeks away! 8/2 @surgicalmuseumchicago and 8/3 @thelogantheatre ! Learn about samurai history, death rituals, swordsmanship, and even walk away with your own ‘jisei’ (death poem) at a pop-up poetry booth! For tickets and details see the Facebook event pages before they sellout! 
Image credit:
Yamaki Toshinobu (1857-86)
From the series "Collection of stories worthy of praise of the past and the present" Kokon Meiyo Bidan Shû
Dated December 14, 1878
Courtesy @collectingjapaneseprints 
#seppuku #harakiri #samurai #japanesehistory #japaneseculture #poetry #jisei #film #japan #chicago #anatomy #traditions #ukiyoe #art #toshinobu #swords #swordsmanship #iaido
We have two ‘Seppuku’ themed events just a few weeks away! 8/2 @surgicalmuseumchicago and 8/3 @thelogantheatre ! Learn about samurai history, death rituals, swordsmanship, and even walk away with your own ‘jisei’ (death poem) at a pop-up poetry booth! For tickets and details see the Facebook event pages before they sellout! Image credit: Yamaki Toshinobu (1857-86) From the series "Collection of stories worthy of praise of the past and the present" Kokon Meiyo Bidan Shû Dated December 14, 1878 Courtesy @collectingjapaneseprints #seppuku  #harakiri  #samurai  #japanesehistory  #japaneseculture  #poetry  #jisei  #film  #japan  #chicago  #anatomy  #traditions  #ukiyoe  #art  #toshinobu  #swords  #swordsmanship  #iaido 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Finally finished! Thanks to the cast and crew, everyone who donated or helped out in any way!! I couldn’t have done it without you! On to festival submissions... #SolemnFilm #Samurai #TheYellowLeaf #ShortFilm #Jisei
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #selfportrait #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #selfportrait  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
"Today I put on summer
clothes and journey
to a world I haven’t seen yet.” This is the jisei no ku to which this picture is inspired. Many of the poems belonging to this tradition see the death as a serene homecoming, others as a travel to a new world; anyway they evoke a journey, and I think it’s a very fascinating way to se the transition from life to death.

Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, taking over this account until sunday!
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#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
"Today I put on summer clothes and journey to a world I haven’t seen yet.” This is the jisei no ku to which this picture is inspired. Many of the poems belonging to this tradition see the death as a serene homecoming, others as a travel to a new world; anyway they evoke a journey, and I think it’s a very fascinating way to se the transition from life to death. Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, taking over this account until sunday! . #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Da oggi Silvia Montevecchi aka @ssilvss autrice del nostro libro Jisei No Ku in take over del profilo Instagram del @premiovoglino #Repost @premiovoglino with @get_repost
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Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Da oggi Silvia Montevecchi aka @ssilvss autrice del nostro libro Jisei No Ku in take over del profilo Instagram del @premiovoglino #Repost  @premiovoglino with @get_repost ・・・ Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing.

The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. 
If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com

#premiovoglino #takeover #jiseinoku #jisei #italianphotographers #selfportrait #artist #japanesepoetry #lifeanddeath  #poetry #talent #emergingtalents #italianpeople #photobyitaly #italianphotography #artphotography #silviamontevecchi
Hello everyone! This is Silvia Montevecchi, aka @ssilvss, and until sunday I’ll share with you some pictures of my latest work, “Jisei no ku”, which is also a book (ed. @seipersei.books.gallery). Jisei means “the last word said before death”, “ku” refers to the poetic moment. They are short poems of the Japanese tradition expressing one last thought, a farewell to the world from poets, samurai and monks who, sensing the approach of death, wanted to write some words to leave a trace before disappearing. The self-portraits of this project are inspired by this kind of poetry, in particular by the poems that most struck me. By reading and analyzing them I tried to focus on the sensation that they transmitted to me, to rework it and to evoke it in my photographs by creating a fantastic world, beyond time and reality, a world in which death is a moment of suspension, a step towards the unknown. If you'd like to take a deeper look at my work this is the link to my website: www.silviamontevecchi.com #premiovoglino  #takeover  #jiseinoku  #jisei  #italianphotographers  #selfportrait  #artist  #japanesepoetry  #lifeanddeath  #poetry  #talent  #emergingtalents  #italianpeople  #photobyitaly  #italianphotography  #artphotography  #silviamontevecchi 
...Thursday...
#jisei
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yururi saku
kotoshi no hana no
kakugo kana
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How leisurely the cherry
blossoms bloom this year, unhurried,
by their doom!
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Spring is a time of new beginnings. But death is an inescapable part of life. The existentialist, Martin Heidegger, said that it is the finality of life that gives it meaning, and in this respect he certainly mirrored a Japanese sentiment of impermanence that is centuries old.
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It was an ancient custom in Japan for literate persons to compose a jisei on their deathbed. These death poems are typically graceful, natural, and emotionally neutral, in accordance with the teachings of Buddhism and Shinto.
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Excepting the earliest works of this tradition, it has been considered inappropriate to mention death explicitly; so rather metaphorical references such as sunsets, autumn or falling cherry blossom suggest the transience of life.
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In the example above by the poet Kin’u the haiku focuses on the cherry blossom, which the Japanese await a whole year, yet it lasts only for a short time, before raining down, petal by petal, in one last final show of beauty before it decays back into the circle of life.
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Facing the certainty of death, the sakura shine on, as if oblivious to their own finality. Kin’u died in spring, together with the cherry blossoms of the year. ‘Kakugo’ signifies corageous resignation to fate.
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#theschoolofdeath #deatg #dying #impermanence #japan #japanese #deathpoems #deatpoetry #jisei #cherryblossoms
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Artwork by #rieyamashina
- yururi saku kotoshi no hana no kakugo kana - How leisurely the cherry blossoms bloom this year, unhurried, by their doom! - Spring is a time of new beginnings. But death is an inescapable part of life. The existentialist, Martin Heidegger, said that it is the finality of life that gives it meaning, and in this respect he certainly mirrored a Japanese sentiment of impermanence that is centuries old. - It was an ancient custom in Japan for literate persons to compose a jisei on their deathbed. These death poems are typically graceful, natural, and emotionally neutral, in accordance with the teachings of Buddhism and Shinto. - Excepting the earliest works of this tradition, it has been considered inappropriate to mention death explicitly; so rather metaphorical references such as sunsets, autumn or falling cherry blossom suggest the transience of life. - In the example above by the poet Kin’u the haiku focuses on the cherry blossom, which the Japanese await a whole year, yet it lasts only for a short time, before raining down, petal by petal, in one last final show of beauty before it decays back into the circle of life. - Facing the certainty of death, the sakura shine on, as if oblivious to their own finality. Kin’u died in spring, together with the cherry blossoms of the year. ‘Kakugo’ signifies corageous resignation to fate. - #theschoolofdeath  #deatg  #dying  #impermanence  #japan  #japanese  #deathpoems  #deatpoetry  #jisei  #cherryblossoms  - Artwork by #rieyamashina 
“The calm,
Cool face of the river
Asked me for a kiss.”
🌿🌿🌿
#langstonhughes #poem #haiku #jisei #deathpoem #zen #peaceful #nature #river
Bora para o segundo dia do Seminário! O melhor ainda está por vir! #polozicoaching #efeitopolozi #inteligenciaemocional #jisei
El otro día en Algeciras con la crew @ivanfabian.jiseidento @jaume.jiseidento @xixogup @sergiorojo.add .
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#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh #algeciras
Algo que me costó un poco, junto a mi bro @vladi.pkymas .
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#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh
Cuando el grajo vuela bajo, el Manzano lo manda al carajo @jaume.jiseidento (la torre)
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#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh #torre
旅に病んで
夢は枯れ野を
かけめぐる

#jisei #haiku #deathpoem #Bashō
"O young folk....
If you fear death,
Die now!

Having died once,
You won't die again." ~ #Hakuin

#jisei #lojong #chöd #tantra
Porque fallar forma parte del entrenamiento. Y además, a veces es muy divertido. 😂
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📷-@manzano.jiseidento , que además de grabar, es una puta mierda de amigo que solo se rie y critica, no os dejeis engañar.
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#parkour #pk #add #jump #love #training #family #sevilla #enjoy #movement #alwayshavefun #smooth #constant #jiseidento #jisei #fails #exgordo #saufon
El otro dia con mi broooo @jaume.jiseidento ❤
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#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh
Pues yo subo foto con el otro calvo, QUE TE QUIERO HERMANO @ivanfabian.jiseidento (celos de @jaume.jiseidento y @xixogup )
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#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh #familia #family #brother #hermano #germano #tequierocalvo #elgranceloso
Reverso precisión que me costó un poco la vida, junto a mi hermanito @jaume.jiseidento .
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#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh #reverso
El primer gato tarde en lanzarlo por estúpido la verdad y cuando lo tiré para grabarlo estaba muy cansado. El segundo me daba cosa hacerlo a preci, lo tiré y luego lo hice así😃.
@vladi.pkymas @ivanfabian.jiseidento @jaume.jiseidento @lewis.adame .
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#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh
Todo lo que sube, baja. 
Superando traumitas avec ma boys @ivanfabian.jiseidento @lewis.adame @vladi.pkymas @manzano.jiseidento 
#parkour #pk #add #jump #love #training #family #sevilla #enjoy #movement #alwayshavefun #smooth #constant #jiseidento #jisei #hotiscoming #exgordo #saufon
Un entreno con @lewis.adame 
#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh
A veces la solución es peor que el problema

#eustasskidd #southblue #killer #supernova #akumanomi #paramecia #jisei-jisei #onepiece #eiichirooda 
#tinta en vena
¡¡¡¡HACEMOS UN MORTAL A UNA MONTAÑA DE ARENA Y PASA AQUELLO!!!! Después un recorrido largo para mi xd.
A mi lado el gran blanco @lewis.adame 
#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh #front #flips
Finalmente dopo tanti sforzi, tanti scatti e tanta pazienza da parte di chi mi è stato accanto nella realizzazione di questo progetto ecco il mio primo libro fotografico: Jisei No Ku. 
Il titolo deriva dal nome di alcune poesie della tradizione giapponese che venivano scritte da monaci, poeti e samurai per esprimere un’ultima impressione del mondo prima della morte. Potrebbe sembrare un tema assai macabro, ma questi autori riuscivano a conferire alle loro parole una tale delicatezza da rendere estremamente affascinanti i loro ultimi sguardi sul mondo. È questa atmosfera quasi di sogno, di unità con la natura alla quale si fa ritorno, questa visione di una realtà che si fa sempre più impalpabile che ho cercato di sintetizzare all’interno delle mie immagini.
Finalmente dopo tanti sforzi, tanti scatti e tanta pazienza da parte di chi mi è stato accanto nella realizzazione di questo progetto ecco il mio primo libro fotografico: Jisei No Ku. Il titolo deriva dal nome di alcune poesie della tradizione giapponese che venivano scritte da monaci, poeti e samurai per esprimere un’ultima impressione del mondo prima della morte. Potrebbe sembrare un tema assai macabro, ma questi autori riuscivano a conferire alle loro parole una tale delicatezza da rendere estremamente affascinanti i loro ultimi sguardi sul mondo. È questa atmosfera quasi di sogno, di unità con la natura alla quale si fa ritorno, questa visione di una realtà che si fa sempre più impalpabile che ho cercato di sintetizzare all’interno delle mie immagini.
Pues @xixogup dándole un poco de caña ayer en capote.
📽->@manzano.jiseidento .
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#parkour #pk #jiseidento #jisei #jd #tqpp #jump #jumps #sevilla #seville #spain #españa #abueh #front #flips #xixo #calvo #malillo