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  • It began with a puzzle.
  • Two words spray painted onto a concrete barrier by a clearing at the junction of U.S Route 163 and Utah State Route 261.
  • Two words in the midst of some of the most expressive landscape that you will find anywhere in the world.



    Rock formations so extraordinary that you can see the fundamentals of much of the great art of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples written large and wonderful here.
  • Weed Wolf.

    Like a germinating seed, a bizarre mutation on the fictional "Bad Wolf" that ran as leitmotif through the first season of the renewed "Doctor Who" in 2005, this mark - explained in a version of the real world as the tag of a maverick Chicago graffiti artist - is moving slowly through my thoughts, catching and dragging disparate elements and binding them together.
  • The puzzle continues, for...
  • No ending is allowed.
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