23 x 27" | Illuminated Portraiture Collection | paints and graphite on sewn book pages from Paul Rep's Zen Bones
Our subject is a Zen scholar, so the piece serves as a koan (or spiritual riddle) of sorts. His frowny face (in every picture taken of him) is a performance piece about selfies in our age of Narcissism. The pages of koans behind him symbolize the process of deeply studying scripture and our inner selves. The noise must be quieted, the focus singular, and then this process can often reveal our unity with everything, even what would distract us.
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