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“The world which we perceive is a tiny fraction of the world which we can
 perceive, which is a tiny fraction of the perceivable world.”
                                             - Terrance Mckenna, 1987, Los Angeles

In a world where religion and spirituality run as deep as the beginnings of our human story, the murkier qualities of devotion can go unexplored and overlooked. Magic, superstition, myth and the darker arts, often considered the other side of the religious coin. Through graphite drawings/paintings done on paper and mylar, sculptures, and participatory installations the audience is immersed in a realm where shadows come alive.

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