In the early 1960s my grandfather set out to Hawaii after joining the army. He volunteered for the early days of Vietnam before anyone knew how long it would be extended. The experiences overseas affected him for the rest of his life and PTSD still affects his daily life. His health destroyed by being overly exposed to agent orange. He considers himself lucky and has expressed his guilt in surviving and for not being involved in the later war efforts, as if his time there is not as significant. This interview is about his story and its representation of the men who have stories of war and memories they often want to forget. It’s a tale of humanity’s good and evil.

 

God Weren't You Working Today? 2017

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Blanket, Woven Blanket, 2017

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Mug, Ceramic Mug, 2016

 
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Puzzle, Cardboard Box and Puzzle, 2016

 
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