Text by: Rosemary Brown
If we would listen
If we would listen references both the liminal space between the world of the living and the world of the dead that reputably only ravens and crows are able to cross, and prehistoric raven burials in locations as widespread as England and Charlie Lake, B.C. As the fabric of our time is saturated with death experienced as a violent rupture of natural life cycles, a question we might ponder is what we would hear if we would listen to the messages brought back through this space.
Rosemary Brown is a mixed media artist who has recently graduated from the Alberta College of Art and Design with an ACAD Board of Governors’ Award (Drawing).