Using Martin Luther King’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech from 1967, 9/11 NYPD emergency transmissions and cryptic shortwave “number stations”, SIEVES investigates the emotional minefields of 21th century religious practices.
“I looked at the earth from very close, in the humid darkness of pebbles and twigs. A silent ray of light turned from a virgin sky as I headed for the water. Sounds of war and hurricanes thundered across the horizon. I threaded on the strand and let the cool liquid absolve my presence.”