Grand Canyon Suicide Map is a large-scale topo map that documents the recorded suicides that have taken place in the Grand Canyon since the early 1900s. Ironically the suicides cluster at the most accessible tourist spots in Grand Canyon National Park. In July 2011, for Metta Meditation Grand Canyon National Park, I spent a week in silent retreat at the park, visiting the suicide spots on the South and North Rims. At each site I honored the people who had taken their lives there with a Metta or Loving Kindness meditation. For each individual I offered traditional blessings, that they be happy, safe and protected, healthy, and free from suffering. These images include photodocumentation of the meditation at Powell Point, Pima Point, Shoshone Point, and Lipan Point, as well as the map and accompanying printed poster in exhibition, “Shadows, Traces, Undercurrents,” Katherine E. Nash Gallery, October 16 to November 17, 2012.