This particular body of work filmed over a two year period in Seattle WA, was provoked by the personal discovery of a forbidden medieval European divination practice termed geomancy. Further, the work is an attempt at a deeper inquiry into site specificity. Permanent works that lay within the periphery of the space primarily deal with the artist as conqueror, their works are monuments meant to be revisited.
The exhibit “Tragedy in Charleston” was developed as a way to address several topics that have come to light over the last 15 months. Acts of violence resulting in protest, enlightenment and truths have come to the forefront in our communities. Caritas wants to show the creativity and voice of the artist as a way to express support for the families of Charleston, take a stance against racism, examine our civil rights and explore why "Black Lives Matters".
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