Uvea (5522)

  Artist Notes:

  • At the time, I kept dreaming for a long time about this bunch of grapes. It would change into planets, eyes, maps, and music. It took an immense time to download and copy exactly from my dreams.
  • I also specifically dreamt of the name, what it is ‘called’.
  • The uvea(/ˈjuːvɪə/) ( uva, grape), also called the uveal layeruveal coatuveal tract, or vascular tunic, is the pigmented middle of the three concentric layers that make up an eye.
  • The name is possibly a reference to its reddish-blue or almost black colour, wrinkled appearance and grape-like size and shape when stripped intact from a cadaveric eye.
  • Its use as a technical term in anatomy and ophthalmology is relatively modern.
  • (REF: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uvea)
  • Uvea (Wallis and Futuna): See the attached document.
  • Readers will notice that this page is about a geographical place. It is a place where my ancestors used to dwell. You will note that the land is in the shape of an upside down bunch of grapes. I only found the map, recently.
  • At the time I was writing a chapter of a book about my life, it was about a girl called Sa – ri.  One of my husband’s colleagues at school had thought that we did not visit church enough. He delivered this book as a gift. As I took the book, it fell open on this page. It is the only page in the book, I felt I needed to read.
  • (REF: Christians Going to Hell: By Seung Woo Byun)
  • P.129 ‘’Here, the word see translated from the Greek ‘adon’, does not merely mean to look at a matter or phenomenon, which in Greek is ‘blepho’, but it means ‘to experience’, to ‘participate’ or to ‘realize’. Therefore, ‘this verse’ signifies participating in the kingdom of God.
  • Verse: John 3: 3 ‘’I tell you the truth, no one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again’’.
  • Years later in 2015, I visited a building in Vienna. I got excited immediately. I saw a huge work of art against one wall, in which one of the items featured in my ‘grape/ uvea’ work of art. I realized, that whoever painted the work of art, could also see in the spiritual realm. 
  • The picture was taken in 2015, at United Nations ‘headquarters’ in Vienna.  I attended a lecture about ‘Millennium Development Goals’ as part of the’ Sustainable Development’ planning for 2020/ 2030 & summer school program at ‘Diplomatische Akademie Wien’.(Please download the attached picture)
  • Listen to ‘Du Čalmmit (Your Eyes)’ BY Anna & Sofia.
  • Listen to Fatumalama – Pea tuku ai (Official).
  • References:
  • ‘Du Čalmmit (Your Eyes)’ BY Anna & Sofia
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVosKN_lkl4
  • Fatumalama – Pea tuku ai (Official)
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESBsnzZbxKc 

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