This series is not a commission, but has come out of my own my own prayer life. Every year in Holy Week, Christians the world over gather and read the story of Christ's Passion. It's almost comforting that we re-enact the story, year in, year out. I wanted to explore what happens when this core narrative, which transcends its own time and place, is translated into our own vernacular. Not only does the imagery become much more visceral, it introduces more timely issues and calls us to contemplate the world's suffering, God's justice and mercy in the light of our own day.
See the recent Santa Cruz Sentinal article - "Stations of the Cross for our Time"