Acclaimed artist/photographer Nancy Burson's work is shown in museums and galleries internationally. "Seeing and Believing", her traveling 2002 retrospective originating at the Grey Art Gallery, was nominated for Best Solo Museum Show of the Year in New York City by the International Association of Art Critics. She has served as a visiting professor at Harvard and was a member of the adjunct photography faculty at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Burson is best known for her pioneering work in morphing technology, which age enhances the human face, enabling law enforcement officials to locate missing children and adults. Her Human Race Machine, which allows people to view themselves as a different race, is used worldwide as a diversity tool that provides students with the profound visual experience of being another race.
In the last few years she has collaborated with Creative Time, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and Deutsche Bank in completing several important public art projects in New York City. These projects include the billboard, 'There's No Gene For Race" and the poster/postcard project "Focus on Peace" which coincided with the first anniversary of 9/11. Burson has also authored, Focus: How Your Energy Can Change the World, published in 2004, as well as four books of her photography. As a photographer, writer, and inventor, Burson lectures and teaches worldwide, providing first hand experience with the unseen.
What Does The Face Of God Look Like?
urrently Burson is traveling; conducting presentations to familiarize her audience with the material and phenomena included in her book Lineage. In the past few years, she has created public presentations at many diverse venues including The United Nations, The Glastonbury Symposium, The Prophets Conference, Bodhi Tree Books, the Cincinnati Art Museum, East West Books (NYC), and Breathe Books (Baltimore).
#Throughout history there have been men and women, infamous and not, who have seen that God’s face isn’t the Divine face they had thought. And these people, for the most part, died or were put to death for this knowledge. One of the first of these was Joan of Arc, who was burned at the stake for what she knew was true. Moses also knew from the start that there was a part at the heart of the burning bush that was blue, and within that blueness was a face or two. You see the bush wasn’t really burning; it was lit up with us, the Extra Celestials! We’ve played much more a part of your history than you realize and when you know that, you’ll understand that we’ve never let go of your hands.
We’ve simply waited for you to come around to the possibility that the face of God isn’t human, and whether or not that’s acceptable to you is the problem. Are you ready to accept the absolute truth that your God’s face is the face of a Light Being, and that being is called Celeste? That may not be her real name, but it’s the name she has chosen that you can call her for now.
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