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Lions Roar : November 2006
SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2006 58 IT’S A RARE ART EXHIBITION that begins with a text by Shantideva. On a visit to the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala in the winter of 2005, the artist Bill Viola digitally taped His Holiness at prayers, his head bobbing over his text, which includes one of his favorite passages from A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life. Viola’s DVD loop of a segment of these prayers plays continu- ously in the entrance of The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama, an exhibition of work by eighty-eight contemporary artists, some Buddhist, some not. Mounted on the wall nearby is a translation by Tashi Chodron: The Precious Bodhichitta If unborn, may it arise If generated, may it never diminish And may it remain ever-increasing. As long as space endures And for as long as living beings remain Until then may I too abide To dispel the misery of the world. the missing peace Artists Consider the Dalai Lama A new exhibition traveling the country presents works of contemporary artists inspired by the person and message of the Dalai Lama. For Kay Larson, the show raises interesting questions about how artists, like meditators, work with essence and construct. IMAGESCOURTESYOFTHEUCLAFOWLERMUSEUMOFCULTURALHISTORY