What is it like to live in Buenos Aires, Argentina?

My answer to What is it like to live in Buenos Aires, Argentina? Answer by Enna Morgan: Twilight envelopes the city, and gives birth to a new ecology photo: enna morgan ”Sexy, alive and supremely confident, this beautiful city gets Read More …

 

Has a person ever said something to you that made you rethink your life?

My answer to Has a person ever said something to you that made you rethink your life? Answer by Enna Morgan: “You have to command your space, no one will give it to you. And when you step confidenty, people Read More …

 

This is tango!

Bodies glistening from the sweat of passion, they engage and release in a provocative gyre that pulses to the predicates of the music, drunk with the spell of the ebb and flow of a synergistic submission and domination. And at Read More …

 

The Tango Misenscène

In tango, there is more ego on the dance floor than there is ability. I have surmised that this stems from the distinct propensity for dancers to approach the activity from a perspective of sociality rather than from a knowledge/ Read More …

 

Iguacu Falls in June

The flight was at 4:15pm, boarding time scheduled for 3:45pm. I left my home on Viamonte y 9 de Julio at 2:30pm, took a taxi to Jorge Newbery airport, which was in Palermo, and made good time 20 minutes) at Read More …

 

Deconstructing tango

Over my nascent tango dance life, I have been asked very often by many, men and women, about my path to tango, the classes I’ve taken, and how I have acquired my skills. The knowledge and my approach that I Read More …

 

Iguazu May 2012

 

 

Equatorial region? Says who?

There is a chill – in both climate and culture There is no sun here……….well, not now! Perhaps sparingly, but it comes accompanied by the crispness of that oh-so-familiar autumn wind!!  And in its dido, that naughty north-wind rips through Read More …

 

City life: Living in Buenos Aires

Things you should know Don’t pre-pay anything, no one returns money here The train tickets are defective, buy them when you are about to use them, don’t buy a card of many, the last ones won’t work. Then if you Read More …

 

Deference reflects the same hue on any landscape

I have always been fascinated by the interplay of power in gender politics. What is more fascinating however is the various ways that these normalised images of disparity manifest in societies in ways that are so benign that they are Read More …