INTERSECTION is an artist zine by luke kurtis. Pulling from the artist’s vast archive of work from the past 15 or so years, INTERSECTION provides a way to re-contextualize, re-evaluate, and reveal. Publication began in February 2013 with copies distributed to a small group of friends. The zine was first available to the public in November 2013 as part of the artist’s Kickstarter campaign in support of his debut solo museum exhibition, also titled INTERSECTION. The show was at Massillon Museum (Massillon, Ohio) from 8 March to 19 April 2014 and featured an interactive installation art piece titled everything laid out from beginning to end but not necessarily in that order made up of these 12 issues.
Vigil is an eloquent and elegant story, told from the afterlife by a cast of dead teenagers who were victims of a school shooting. Bevins’s poems give voice to the souls who can no longer speak for themselves.