Jason W. A. Tucker’s elegant and bold images carved into steel pillars and lit from within stand in Black Rock City and, soon, in Marfa, Texas. It’s been a joy to correspond over the last year about these pieces; I’ve been looking forward to sharing this conversation for a long time. . .
To listen for one’s own voice – to see what it has to say and to follow it from the broad brush stroke down to the finest pinpoint – that requires extracting oneself from the sea – the marketing, the internet, the friends – and really letting go into that void.
If Tool and Jeff Buckley had an orgy on peyote in the desert and created a love child, that baby would be Sorne. The live performance weaves together the cycles of a story of five children told through music, visual art, and film. It is a sprouting, living mythos.