Four Brothers - Kanda Empat
In the late nineties, I did a series of performative art pieces that had specific spiritual tasks. These included walking meditations, drawing from phenomena (body sensations, sounds, paths of birds, etc.) in an attempt to eliminate distractions and experience the moment fully. I Am Dead was a process that involved writing and saying "I Am Dead" with charcoal on paper. Part of this was in relationship to the Catholic Holy Week (the drawing was done on Holy Thursday) and part of it was an attempt to come to some acceptance of my eventual death. While it may seem somewhat morbid it was actually a liberating experience.
The Visitation - 2003