Apparition of Passion was exhibited as part of a temporary public art project called Homes For Art sponsored by 911 Contemporary Arts Center in Seattle, Washington. 
The site is the Ventura House, a building with 3 flats that used to be the residence of the nuns of the nearby Catholic church.  In the attic, the cedar closets that held the nun’s habits still existed.  The artist placed a translucent piece of glass in the eyebrow window of the building and at 7 pm every night for four hours, the image of St. Joan of Arc appeared using a slide projector in the window looking in the direction of the old church.
 

Apparition of Passion  1987

Seattle, Washington

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