This sculpture utilizes the font type found on the British Lancaster bombers that were involved in the aerial attacks on Cologne, during WWII, and that were responsible for the almost complete destruction of Kristus Kircke. The sculpture contrasts the theme of peace and love found in a familiar Christian carol with the ominous threat and fear of nighttime violence inflicted upon civilians during the war.

Stille Nacht
Kristus Kircke - Cologne, Germany
2002
Galvanized Steel, Coal.
5" x 74" x 132"