I'm Sorry

Chris Kasper’s “I’m Sorry” sign embodies the apprehensions of imposing art onto the desert landscape. Jutting out of the rocks, the apology acknowledges its intrusion on the natural landscape and laughs at its own deliberate anti-climactic delivery.   Still stumbled upon by unsuspecting hikers, the weathered apology has become a bit of a local legend. A nearby mechanic has reported being approached by a couple of hippie kids freaking out over their discovery of the “weird sign” asking for forgiveness in the middle of nowhere.

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