When was the last time you thought about – or stopped thinking about – this: “It’s not so simple to love your mommy.” Israeli novelist and philosopher Ruby Namdar surprises his audience at the 14th St.
The lead character is Tim, an African-American painter whose work is based on spiritual themes. He travels to Detroit to participate in an exhibit of his work organized by a church arts committee. He encounters Dick, an ex-Northrup Grumman Vice President, Lilac, a poet, and Joan, an oversexed marriage therapist.
ARTIST, WRITER and peace activist Tom Block keeps surprising the world. From eye-opening paintings of great spiritual leaders to unusual theatrical works to historical analysis to activist manifestos, Tom is hammering away at a core flaw in civilization: the intersection of religion and violence.