"Nepheshland" | October 19 - November 25th, 2011 | Biola University Art Gallery
Nepheshland is an imagined time-space conceived as neither fully real nor fully imagined. More than one's soul or state of being, the Hebrew term "nephesh" refers to living, breathing creatures and the seat of their appetites and essential desires. The artifacts of activity comprising the exhibition serve as a kind of library of observed and items pertaining to Nepheshland, including maps and other artifacts.
These pieces are often conceived within the mindset that "what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal."