Grant Gill: Dowsing
Grant is currently finishing his BFA in photography from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. His work deals with concepts of personal ancestry, veracity, and magic. Recently he has found interest in examining phenomena that are unexplained. He is an avid believer of divination, Street Light Interference Phenomena, and other similar ideas hold some truth to their claims. His work has been in various exhibitions, the most recent being at the PhotoPlace Gallery in Vermont.
I now consider myself a practical believer when it comes to stories of the paranormal and the phenomenological. My first instinct is always to consider the possibility of the unusual, though I am grounded by science and common sense. I am constantly torn between my convictions of what cannot be proven, and a world supported by facts. By using this process of divination, these self-fulfilled findings are not expected, and give me some insight to this unexplained phenomenon.
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