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EDITORIAL

EPIFANIO RECOMMENDS

PEOPLE AND SPACE
Polina Tšerkassova

A FAIRY-TALE ABOUT HOW THE GYPSIES WENT OUT TO THE WORLD
Polina Tcherkassova

FAIRY-TALE OF A GYPSY WEDDING
Polina Tcherkassova

THE MYSTERY OF TEACHING
Vilen Künnapu

ON SPACE AND SPATIALITY
Maija Rudovska

HARRY PYE'S POSTCARD FROM LONDON
Harry Pye

UNDER YOUR CONCRETE DOMES, MY BELOVED TOWN
Jan Kaus

RUIN ACADEMY
Marco Casagrande

TEAM

TEAM

Publisher: Epifanio
Printed at: AS Printon Trükikoda
Paper: Multi Offset 100 gr
Number of copies printed: 1000

Editor: August Künnapu
Designer: Angelika Schneider
Web-page designer: Irina Tammis
Translators: Kristi Pääsuke (2, 5, 7, 16, 20, 21)
Tiina Randviir (10)
Epp Aareleid-Koop (12–14)
Lauri Leis (27)
Language editors: Aive Mets, Mari-Liis Mets

Contributors:
Peeter Unt (Tartu)
Laura Põld (Tallinn)
Polina Tšerkassova (Tallinn)
Vilen Künnapu (Haabneeme)
Maija Rudovska (Riga)
Harry Pye (London)
Arne Maasik (Tallinn)
Jan Kaus (Tallinn)
Marco Casagrande (Turu)
Kadri Mälk (Tallinn)
Mehis Heinsaar (Tartu)
Andrei Ivanov (Tallinn)

Epifanio is mainly distributed:
Tallinn: Viru Keskuse Rahva Raamat, Noku Club, Kuku Club, Von Krahl Theatre, Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn Art Hall, Temnikova & Kasela gallery, Hobusepea gallery, Vaal gallery, Rahvusraamatukogu, Teaduste Akadeemia Raamatukogu, Keskraamatukogu
Tartu: Tartu University cafe, Y-galerii, Tartu Ülikooli Raamatukogu, Keskraamatukogu

We thank all the previous and current co-operators.

Special thanks: Kristi Annist ja Tarmo Kotke, Tim Kolk

Back No13

Back Cover: Subodh Kerkar. The Earth Bowl.
Anjuna, India, 2011.

Back No13

Back Cover: Subodh Kerkar. The Earth Bowl.
Anjuna, India, 2011.

The Earth Bowl (Prithvi Kund)

I found a flat rock projecting into the sea at Ozran, Small Vagator Beach, Anjuna. It was like a ramp for the waves to stage a catwalk. Water had collected in little depressions in the rock. I thought, it was a perfect canvas for an artistic intervention. I decided to carve out a perfect bowl in the rock, about two meters in diameter. The high tide would bring water into my bowl. The oceans of the world have no boundries. They are true vehicles of universal brotherhood. Life originated in the ocean. History of human civilization is dissolved in it. Currents of the ocean carry memories of voyages. The sea water collected in my bowl will carry all that history and all those memories. My work will pricipitate history. My bowl is a symbol of one world. I decided to call it "The Earth Bowl" or "Prithvi Kund".

Subodh Kerkar

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