A series of photographs depict deities that were abandoned because they were unable to divine winning lotto numbers (see God Pound). These abandoned gods, exiled in outdoor environments, reveal crackling paint, tangled beards and fractured skulls. Aware of their miserable fate, from worshipped spirits to wretched homeless, the unwavering smiles of the deities seem to reveal signs of sadness and worry. The fact that these little deities are cast in the shape of men serves to remind us how difficult it is for people to imagine anything outside the register of the visible. In these works that contemplate the human nature of religion, we are reminded that gods are the product of people’s projections. Just like people, they are defined by what others want them to be.