I can’t tell you how many times I passed barns in times past without a second or even first glance. Now I notice these ordinary structures for the extraordinary variety of architecture from unnamed architects and for being stalwarts of the rural. When all else falls the barn stands to protect those within.
The Roundup series of which Refuge is one is about enclosure, safety, and endurance against the torrent of time, and it is about encircling, roundup, and embrace within the inclusivity of landscape. They, like people, are both individual and part of a larger plane.