Over the course of one year, the prints in my original Neighbors exhibition transitioned from vibrant and shiny to dull and weathered and marred at the hands of vandals. In the process, the images became not just snapshots of one moment in time, but the manifestation of change over time and all its associated processes. Each print in this exhibition now serves as a unique record of the dialogue between human and human, human and art and nature and art. Though I may create other prints of this work, none will share in the character of these.  

Over the course of one year, the prints in my original Neighbors exhibition transitioned from vibrant and shiny to dull and weathered and marred at the hands of vandals. In the process, the images became not just snapshots of one moment in time, but the manifestation of change over time and all its associated processes. Each print in this exhibition now serves as a unique record of the dialogue between human and human, human and art and nature and art. Though I may create other prints of this work, none will share in the character of these.
 

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 Over the course of one year, the prints in my original Neighbors exhibition transitioned from vibrant and shiny to dull and weathered and marred at the hands of vandals. In the process, the images became not just snapshots of one moment in time, but the manifestation of change over time and all its associated processes. Each print in this exhibition now serves as a unique record of the dialogue between human and human, human and art and nature and art. Though I may create other prints of this work, none will share in the character of these.  
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John_Mireles-Neighbors_Prints-1030-Edit.jpg
John_Mireles-Neighbors_Prints-1026-Edit.jpg
John_Mireles-Neighbors_Prints-1017-Edit.jpg

Over the course of one year, the prints in my original Neighbors exhibition transitioned from vibrant and shiny to dull and weathered and marred at the hands of vandals. In the process, the images became not just snapshots of one moment in time, but the manifestation of change over time and all its associated processes. Each print in this exhibition now serves as a unique record of the dialogue between human and human, human and art and nature and art. Though I may create other prints of this work, none will share in the character of these.
 

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