Kriah is a Hebrew word meaning "tearing." It refers to the act of tearing one's clothes or cutting a black ribbon worn on one's clothes as an expression of grief and anger at the loss of a loved one.
K'riah: Rending the Garment. Drawn during the summer of 2010 gulf oil spill this drawing questions humanities affect place on the Earth. The K’riah is the black ribbon of mourning worn by Jews and torn as an expression of grief and anger at the loss of a loved one. The pressed common dandelion supported by the K’riah is drawn on a plastic petroleum paper.
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Kriah, Rending the Garment