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Apocalyptic Anagram Book, CoverNuclear WinterDoomsday ClockGlacial RetreatHeatwaveGeorge Walker BushTsunamiOverpopulationSupervolcanoMayan CalendarColony CollapseSulfuric AshCockroachesDeformed FrogsGreenhouse EffectPolar Ice CapsCarbon EmissionsDrought, FamineHurricanesAvian Flu EpidemicClimate ChangeToxic WasteTornadoesPollutionFossil FuelsMiddle EastGunsGlobal WarmingCarcinogenMeteorite HitWarProcess: the "Apocalypse" anagram on the cover of the book, before the xerox transfer and the painting was appliedInstallation View, The Sketchbook Project at the Art House Co-op in AtlantaInstallation View, Hub-Bub Artist-in-Residence Exit ShowInstallation View, Hub-Bub Artist-in-Residence Exit Show
Apocalyptic Anagram Book
The Apocalyptic Anagram book addresses the fear of impending environmental ruin. It uses the therapeutic process of anagramming to neutralize menacing concepts like climate change, overpopulation and glacial retreat. These concepts morph into entirely more benign ones, like knitting, frat parties and the Buddha.

An anagram is a type of word play, the result of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase, using all the original letters exactly once.