Eddy Stevens, Moonspace Project #7, 2017

In a barren landscape, a seemingly homeless man stands in front of his makeshift house with his humble belongings scattered in front. The house has been hastily thrown together with tarps and duct tape, yet the flying contraption strapped to his body has had much more careful planning put into it. Stevens says that “…the man represents me, in seclusion in my own world. He hopes to find liberty by flying. I found that liberty by painting.”


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