Staring into the Sun is a document that collects some writings by N.T. Wright and C.S. Lewis, authors who have helped express and possibly explain the intricacies of a worldview that is shared by many in the world.
It hopes to reframe a common and sometimes argumentative debate about God and humanity and to start an actual dialogue without pointing any fingers, and instead find our commonalities to start a conversation on what makes us humans so simple, and yet so complicated and intricately designed, all at the same time. It is a search to understand individual identity through the complexity of humanity.
The final format of this document is a free and distributable newspaper/zine that is intended to be personal and also shared. If you’d like a copy, please e-mail me.
Graphite Paintings by: Aldis Ozolins.