Keith M. Francis

let's vote

transformation

the new language

destinations unknown

connections

nuclear proliferation

Destinations Unknown

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January 2016

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Plaster of Paris, glue, enamel, oil and varnishes, mixed media lines

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Six 16 X 20 X 1 in | 406 X 508 X 25.4 mm

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Painting/Mixed Media

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Contemporary Art

 

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Destinations Unknown addresses the social psychology of fear.

Opening our minds to a new thing or a new way of thinking is

often frightening because by definition it’s unfamiliar. Unfamiliarity

often rings the alarm bell “danger—potentially unsafe.” But if you

think about it, most of the things we fear don't actually come to

pass. What’s more, we’re often unable to anticipate the good

things that do occur as a result of our trying something new.

“Every journey has a secret destination of which the traveler is

unaware,” a philosopher wrote.

Installed in the corporate office, Boston, Massachusetts

Data

Context

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