Augury Junction 2015, cellphone photographs, abysses Selected works from series Published with introduction in: Augury Junction full pdf Limited Edition of 50 Early Futures “Imagine the heart as a bird, the bird as an abyss, the abyss in flight. Now cut off the wings on the abyss.”
Children’s Think Tank 2010 children, performances, space, time Selected images from children’s research initiative Project included: 4 month workshop with children ages 4 to 10-years-old Curated show + lectures Publication of research full pdf in collaboration with: Maryland Institute College of Art Bolton Hill Nursery School Devon Deimler Ashley N. Compton Gabriel Snyder Benjamin L […]
When You’re Dead You’re Dead 2009 Charcoal on paper Selected poem drawings from series Poetry + drawings in collaboration with preschool children at Bolton Hill Nursery Published in: What We Know About Being Here Limited edition of 50+ full pdf
HOW IS WHO BETWEEN YOUR LIVES 2012 Watercolor on paper Series of birthmarks recognized as scars/wounds from past-lives. Adapted from Reincarnation and Biology: A Contribution to the Etiology of Birthmarks and Birth Defects by Ian Stevenson.
One of the more fascinating tasks of being with children is learning how to obtain (let alone understand) the narratives and inner stories from young children who can find it difficult to express their complex feelings in simple language. Symbols and myths have long been a part of teaching and encouraging expression with young children, from retelling ancient fairy tales to labeling all things in a childhood classroom with words and pictures. Children learn (and are educated) through symbols.