Collage & Assemblage, Fine Art, Gallery, Stations of the CrossStations of the Cross Each assemblage evolved to tell its own story—fairy tales, cautionary tales, moments in time, dreams, and nightmares. I noticed that people were quickly drawn to different pieces because their implicit stories resonated in a particular way. A few of these are left on my walls, but most have found their way to other homes. They are small and delicate, but can be packaged well for shipment. Stations of the Cross is an ongoing series of reflections on what people worship and how they worship. The cross is a convenient form upon which to hang notions and each of these pieces is, if not exactly religious, a meditation on the nature of religion and belief. The crosses are constructed out of RAM chips, both a silly visual pun and a nod toward the foundational role of memory in belief.