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Faith In Superstition: Faith In Superstition is a durational performance piece exploring and questioning the organized faith-based religious systems in the United States by inviting community members to observe and participate with the artist in a series of ritualistic, superstitious endeavors performed at various religious sites including churches, synagogues, mosques and temples. Within the performance, the aforementioned practices manifest as simple and poetic gestures drawing a subtle correlation between one's faith in an organized religion and an adherence to antiquated superstitious observation. The adjacent images examine the superstitious thought arising from early Christian teachings that an object with three points represents the Holy Trinity: God the Father, God the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Because a ladder is a physical representation of three points, it was once thought that to walk under a ladder implied an individual's being in league with Satan.
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