Visual Vigil is an on-going visual language to honor the loss of individuals, the communities involved and the societal effects of mass violence. Vigil means to stay awake. We are receiving a startling message to awaken. This body of work focuses on mass violence in America from 1908 through today. The art is a backdrop to a very important conversation around the societal and psychological effects of random mass violence. Mass violence is very much a part of American culture and is changing the way we think and act. The conversation continues between all communities since we are all facing an indiscriminate epidemic. The repetitive nature of the work reflects the repetitive nature of mass violence. Please visit www.visualvigil.com and @visualvigil to learn more about The Visual Vigil Project.
Future … No More
2018 and 2019 ... in process