In color, this grid of grids pushed and pulled and fought. In black and white it compliments and converses and works together as a whole.
I can’t help but compare it to Pope Francis being in the US. Wouldn’t it be miraculous if his presence caused all of us to put aside political agendas and differences, in the interests of all segments of society learning how to listen to each other, instead of just hearing ourselves?
“Pope Francis is an extraordinary learner, listener and self-doubter. The best part of this week will be watching him relate to people, how he listens deeply and learns from them, how he sees them both in their great sinfulness but also with endless mercy and self-emptying love.”
Quoted from this New York Times Op Ed article by David Brooks: Pope Francis, The Prince of the Personal