The installation is presented as “a type of divination room” where a series of photos and appropriated objects, like religious iconography and drug paraphernalia, are neatly placed around the room, exploring what the press release describes as rituals that happen in order to “make meaning of the world and predict what’s to come.”
It also features contributions from three other artists; a dowsing pendulum made of dye-sublimation, plaster and black tourmaline by Sarah Cathers; Amethyst and Chalcedony, sourced by Anna Nearburg; and an ash tray made by John Zane Zappas.**
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