If there is one thing I regret in life it is growing up. The moment I turned fourteen I saw the imminent loom of adulthood approaching. I loathed it, feared it, wished there was something I could do to avoid it. There wasn't.
I am not the only one who mourns the loss of childhood either. In an exhibition by Swedish artist, Jockum Nordstrom, All I Have Learned and Forgotten Again explores the wonders of innocence and laments its passing as we enter the adult world.
Up until the 29th September, you can view his artwork at the Camden Arts Centre. The exhibit includes collages, graphite drawings, and architectural sculptures, which have formed parts of projects since the 1990s right up to present time.
There are several events in connection to the exhibition, such as free talks and plays that honour oral traditions of story telling, myths, ritual, and radio.