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EPIFANIO RECOMMENDS

SOUL FOR ONTIKA
Björn Kowalski

THE INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES OF THE LITTLE WHITE BALL ON PLANET EART
Vilen of Viimsi

INTERVIEW WITH NATHANIEL KAHN
August Künnapu

MY VIDEO LIBRARY
Nathaniel Kahn

HARRY PYE'S POSTCARD FROM LONDON
Harry Pye

ARTIST AND AGE
Mehis Heinsaar

RICHARD GARY BRAUTIGAN. BOGUS AMERICA’S WARPED MIRROR
Lauri Sommer

TEAM

Cover No5Epifanio No 5 is a Human Being Special. Film director Nathaniel Kahn says in the interview recorded at the architect Louis Kahn Days in Saaremaa, that a person is above all a creative being. Current issue mirrors a human being and his unlimited creativity. „Art helps people to grow spiritually, not to explore the world,” said film director Andrei Tarkovski in Italy once.

Vilen of Viimsi summarises the life of a million years (read: a moment) on planet Eart in an essay about architect Steiner and the Little White Ball inside him. Kristi Pääsuke gives an account of the international wise women’s council – the 13 Grandmothers, who among other things visited the Dalai Lama this October in India.
There is more music than usual – Andres Vosman writes about Arthur Russell – the early departed perfectionist with absolute hearing, who wrote and performed pop, dance and symphonic music equally memorably. Mihkel Kleis sketches the portrait of another American musician, Lee Hazlewood – the legendary psychedelic country artist, song-writer and producer. Eve Arpo gives an overview of the work and life of our local choreographer and dancer Krõõt Juurak both at home and abroad. Harry Pye sends his fifth postcard from London, which talks about the relations between humans and cockroaches, and celebrities’ sex-scandals. Rauno Thomas Moss has something to say about the phenomenon called Fantasy Art. And there is plenty of fantasy in Richard Brautigan’s poems, which have been translated into free-flowing Estonian by Lauri Sommer. The latter has also written a story about this famous fiction writer as a poet. Leena Torim cannot overlook her herbarium corner, this time focusing on Fragraria Vesca or wild strawberry. Mehis Heinsaar describes an incredible incident about the artist Imat, who manages to escape Master Age and stay young for another 11 years. Nato Lumi continues his account of the nodding training course near Tallinn.

August Künnapu
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