The more you honor Me, the more will I bless you was inspired by the practice of slipping photographs and letters beneath the feet of sacred statues as a plea for assistance. Visible around-the-clock from a busy street corner, the piece was an ode to solace sought by ritual, a gesture of control when control eludes us.
The more you honor Me, the more will I bless you. Installation. BOX13 ArtSpace. Houston, TX. 2012
Images courtesy the artist and Dayna De Hoyos.