Prayer for Al-Qaeda 2009  Paper, Light (Drilled Holes), Artist’s Blood 62”x37”     Afghanistan tribal and prayer rugs are the two identifiable icons within this piece. I have drilled over 100,000 holes, which allows light to penetrate and describe the forms within the paper. While one walks around the piece, the light will shift according to the position of the viewer as each of the holes are drilled at varying angles and depths. Inside the prayer rug mosque, a war rug excerpt demonstrates a damaged helicopter and AK-47. Higher in the composition, slightly above the mosque is a 3-inch blood circle highlighting a group of interconnecting drilled holes.

Prayer for Al-Qaeda 2009
Paper, Light (Drilled Holes), Artist’s Blood
62”x37”

 

Afghanistan tribal and prayer rugs are the two identifiable icons within this piece. I have drilled over 100,000 holes, which allows light to penetrate and describe the forms within the paper. While one walks around the piece, the light will shift according to the position of the viewer as each of the holes are drilled at varying angles and depths. Inside the prayer rug mosque, a war rug excerpt demonstrates a damaged helicopter and AK-47. Higher in the composition, slightly above the mosque is a 3-inch blood circle highlighting a group of interconnecting drilled holes.

   Prayer for Al-Qaeda 2009  Paper, Light (Drilled Holes), Artist’s Blood 62”x37”     Afghanistan tribal and prayer rugs are the two identifiable icons within this piece. I have drilled over 100,000 holes, which allows light to penetrate and describe the forms within the paper. While one walks around the piece, the light will shift according to the position of the viewer as each of the holes are drilled at varying angles and depths. Inside the prayer rug mosque, a war rug excerpt demonstrates a damaged helicopter and AK-47. Higher in the composition, slightly above the mosque is a 3-inch blood circle highlighting a group of interconnecting drilled holes.

Prayer for Al-Qaeda 2009
Paper, Light (Drilled Holes), Artist’s Blood
62”x37”

 

Afghanistan tribal and prayer rugs are the two identifiable icons within this piece. I have drilled over 100,000 holes, which allows light to penetrate and describe the forms within the paper. While one walks around the piece, the light will shift according to the position of the viewer as each of the holes are drilled at varying angles and depths. Inside the prayer rug mosque, a war rug excerpt demonstrates a damaged helicopter and AK-47. Higher in the composition, slightly above the mosque is a 3-inch blood circle highlighting a group of interconnecting drilled holes.

   Prayer for Al-Qaeda 2009  Paper, Light (Drilled Holes), Artist’s Blood 62”x37”     Afghanistan tribal and prayer rugs are the two identifiable icons within this piece. I have drilled over 100,000 holes, which allows light to penetrate and describe the forms within the paper. While one walks around the piece, the light will shift according to the position of the viewer as each of the holes are drilled at varying angles and depths. Inside the prayer rug mosque, a war rug excerpt demonstrates a damaged helicopter and AK-47. Higher in the composition, slightly above the mosque is a 3-inch blood circle highlighting a group of interconnecting drilled holes.

Prayer for Al-Qaeda 2009
Paper, Light (Drilled Holes), Artist’s Blood
62”x37”

 

Afghanistan tribal and prayer rugs are the two identifiable icons within this piece. I have drilled over 100,000 holes, which allows light to penetrate and describe the forms within the paper. While one walks around the piece, the light will shift according to the position of the viewer as each of the holes are drilled at varying angles and depths. Inside the prayer rug mosque, a war rug excerpt demonstrates a damaged helicopter and AK-47. Higher in the composition, slightly above the mosque is a 3-inch blood circle highlighting a group of interconnecting drilled holes.

   Prayer for Al-Qaeda 2009  Paper, Light (Drilled Holes), Artist’s Blood 62”x37”     Afghanistan tribal and prayer rugs are the two identifiable icons within this piece. I have drilled over 100,000 holes, which allows light to penetrate and describe the forms within the paper. While one walks around the piece, the light will shift according to the position of the viewer as each of the holes are drilled at varying angles and depths. Inside the prayer rug mosque, a war rug excerpt demonstrates a damaged helicopter and AK-47. Higher in the composition, slightly above the mosque is a 3-inch blood circle highlighting a group of interconnecting drilled holes.

Prayer for Al-Qaeda 2009
Paper, Light (Drilled Holes), Artist’s Blood
62”x37”

 

Afghanistan tribal and prayer rugs are the two identifiable icons within this piece. I have drilled over 100,000 holes, which allows light to penetrate and describe the forms within the paper. While one walks around the piece, the light will shift according to the position of the viewer as each of the holes are drilled at varying angles and depths. Inside the prayer rug mosque, a war rug excerpt demonstrates a damaged helicopter and AK-47. Higher in the composition, slightly above the mosque is a 3-inch blood circle highlighting a group of interconnecting drilled holes.