“The silence of that hyphen does not pacify or appease anything, not a single torment, not a single torture. It will never silence their memory. It could even worsen the terror, the lesions, and the wounds. A hyphen is never enough to conceal protests, cries of anger or suffering, the noise of weapons, airplanes, and bombs”(Jacques Derrida, Monolingualism of the Other, or, the Prosthesis of Origin).

group show, "Print Ready 3", Dynamo Art Gallery,
Vancouver, BC