The Acorn Conversations

 if light and sound could speak each others language...

The new idea shelter by Schulte and Moss exploring memory, sharing light, shaping place

David Moss - voice, stories, contrasts

Frank Schulte - electronics, objects and light


contact us via mail Frank Schulte and David Moss for more information, or to present the fall/winter01 version of “The Acorn Conversations


“It would be absurd if we did not understand both angels and devils, since we invented them.”
John Steinbeck, East of Eden


Moss/ Schulte o.p. blog conversations on the project

DM:  we are such complex systems... amazing: the sun warms our skin in that moment we move out of a tree’s shadow...

FS: quoting Sophokles" A human being is only breath and shadow." - those wise old greek guys ;-)


DM: We’re talking about dichotomies, opposites, this & that, skin & sun, if it’s not one thing it’s the other, gravity & time, and stationary bicycles too.                                                                                                                                                                                       FS: The acorn may dreams about the earth while living on a tree - or maybe about the sky  - it's all in between  and In the fall it seems as we are falling.

DM: Speaking of trees and falling: seeming, in-betweening, dreaming, occasionally screaming, feel needed right now -- yeah, that illusory space in the middle could be a dwelling, a habitat, a mini-vacation from deciding.

FS: An inspiring thought, opening a door to a moment of timelessness, a quiet space that you enter by an sudden awareness, a now, a stone thrown into the water and you watch its echoes in in the expanding waves of the water rings - a chord touching you forever before it fades.

DM:  Frank, for me, it’s all about the contrast.  You and I (and just about everyone else) are marking moments and coordinates in a wonderfully deep game of light and dark, fire and ice, foreground and background, memory and expectation.  It’s a huge field of material, this stuff that we’re deeply enmeshed in, yet meta-playful with.  Every change of position of anything produces a new world to understand — I mean, a new diving-board and pool… (not to mention, a new “point-system”!).