Tristan's ECHO

Whistling in the Wind

Cultural etiquette oversees that ‘to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose and in the right way, is not easy’ (Aristotle). Distinct acts of public memorial and remembrance too often obscure the experiences of profound grief endured by those left behind.

A simple story as an act of remembering can take many forms ~ images, poetry, spoken-word, music, dance, video. There are no boundaries when it comes to human ingenuity and creativity.

The WhiteFlowers Campaign will keep safe the marks of remembrance for that time when some distant generation turns to ask, with the protection of hindsight, "What were they doing, what were they thinking, how could they have allowed that to happen to so many children."

"He wore an orange shirt," by Smash Street Boys

"Pocket of Dreams," by Leighton

WhiteFlowers art & storytelling. All languages and mediums are welcomed. Following in the historical footsteps of human creativity, pseudonyms are also welcomed ~ Mark Twain, Lewis Carroll, George Eliot, Balthus, Le Corbusier, Caravaggio, Banksy...