Inherent Language of Life: Community and Identity Project
The “Inherent Language of Life: Identity and Community,” focuses on a series with glyphs and symbolic identifiers that create a language representing individuals within our community, in a concept that challenges the current volatile issues of fear, hatred, and intolerance that are rampant throughout the world. A unifying factor about this body of work is that the personal symbols, or “Identity glyphs,” within this installation, were created by the very people it is about - people within our community. Over 1000 participants.
8' x 16'
paper, pins, sharpie, foam insulation board, newspapers, brochures and collateral from Norman, OK, white paint