The circles in the drawing, represent 144 wine glasses, and are drawn with materials of the sculpture, found no more which was constructed in two versions for Apocalypse Now and Then: Art at the End of Time at DePaul University in Chicago and New Voices New Visions at the Alternative Museum in New York. The sculpture was inspired by St. John the Divine's accounts in Revelations of a sea of glass mingled with fire, the violence of angelic judgement, and the silencing of artisans of whatsoever craft he may be. Each version consisted of a huge millstone (weighing up to one ton) balanced on 144 wine-filled goblets.
Found no more at all II
35" X 23.5" wine, gouache, human blood, and mold on Korean paper, 1998
Both versions, with their biblical and historical references, question the use and abuse of power, collective resistance, and personal transcendence.