The single-channel, 27-minute video Again and Again shows the phrase “I love you,” written with water on to sun-heated rock, repeatedly evaporating into the dry desert air. Momentarily clear when first inscribed, the words fade away until nothing remains, some quickly, some more slowly, depending on environmental conditions. A meditation on impermanence and change, as the words reappear in the landscape the intention to love is renewed at each moment. The natural soundtrack features the plaintive call of the canyon wren among other desert birds. Filmed on various sandstone and redrock formations in southeastern Utah near Escalante, Capitol Reef, and Moab. Shown here in exhibit with the map Finding Everett Ruess, Davis Gulch, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah, 2013.