INQUIRY INTO THE ELE
Your tax-deductible contribution will expand the project, giving it the legs it needs to reach a broader audience, while enhancing my artistic practice as a whole.
WHAT WILL YOU RECEIVE?
This is the fun part. Artworks and experiences for every level of support are below.
For a donation of $25, you'll receive a die cut wallet fieldwork still from the project. I carry this image in my wallet.
Father, Wallet Archival digital print, 2013, Edition of 10.
For a donation of $75, you'll receive a fieldwork still of P.M.H. Atwater, nearing death researcher (who participated in the project).
P.M.H. Atwater, 8 x 10” Archival digital print, 2018, Edition of 5.
For a donation of $100, you'll receive a limited edition poster designed by (and in-conversation with) artist/designer Ines Gurovich.
11 x 17” Archival digital print, 2018, Edition of 45.
For a donation of $125, you'll take part in The Virtual Salon on Life, Living and Our Reason For Being, an online event generously designed for this campaign by Spiritual Teacher and Clairvoyant Christine Agro. This is a unique and intimate experience, in which your awareness of life and living will shift.
The Virtual Salon on Life, Living and Our Reason For Being will take place on Thursday, February 7th from 7- 9pm ET. Limit to 10 donors.
For a donation of $150, you'll receive a collage I created for the project in 2016.
ELE Map, 8.5 x 11” Archival digital print, 2016, Edition of 5.
For a donation of $200, you'll receive a ROSE READING by clairvoyant healer Rev. Dawn Nicole (she is amazing). Limited to 2 donors.
For a donation of $250, you'll receive a private tour (by me) of Green-Wood Cemetery.
Tour will include personal remnants and inner workings (Date TBD, Spring 2019).
Limit to 3 donors.
*Note to contributors:
All artworks will be delivered in Spring 2019. Experiences will take place as stated, with details to follow. All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
PROJECT INFORMATION / LINKS:
I am a multidisciplinary artist and educator committed to making artwork that encourages community participation and discussion, with opportunities for individuals of various ages, cultural, and spiritual backgrounds to come together and share a physical and emotional space to reflect on the themes in the work. Read a full biography here.