On a summer evening on the final eve of the Pythian Games / Socrates enters the court of Kleisthenes of Sicyon to debate the virtues of man.
Heroes, Gods, & Beasts – a reimagining of bits and pieces of various socratic dialogues – was written during the fallout of the Flint Water Crisis.
The images below were part of a larger installation (each presented at roughly 3ft × 9ft), were a personal attempt at making sense of the crisis, and of democracy itself. The maps explore a world whose metaphorical (and literal) waters are rising, drowning the vulnerable, while the peccant look down from towers void of any admittance of guilt.
Heroes, Gods, & Beasts is available online at DittoDitto.
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