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Lightbulb Blackout

A collaboration with T.J. Piccolo (you’ve met him before); Oxford, MS, August 2017.

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{Cardboard, book pages, permanent marker, CD, lightbulb, wire. (Also duct tape and a couple kinds of glue.)} Continue reading “Lightbulb Blackout”

A Windy Day

A reflection on Acts 2:1-21; Mobile, AL, May 2016. 

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More hope…I hope.

Mobile, AL, November 2015.

When I think about what’s happening in the world right now (things that have been happening for some time), “uncertainty” is a word that finds its way forward in my consciousness. It’s honestly probably not strong enough language for current events. I have a lot of thoughts (a handful of half-written-but-never-posted Facebook statuses prove it). As I’ve mentioned before, sometimes my visual explorations are just about asking questions. Feeling full of questions and not quite brave enough to venture toward an entirely blank cardboard canvas (sorry, no glue stick in this one), I decided to ask an old book page what it had to say.

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