This project is a result of a collaboration between Andrew Cornell Robinson and Michael Kirk with help from students of Parsons and Cooper Union. This project is part of a series I am engaging in, which includes individual and multidisciplinary collaborations mediated through a persona narrative. This print installation began with a discussion between Michael Kirk and I about two photographs I made exploring the life of the French revolutionary Jean Paul Marat. Further discussions unfolded, leading to a reflection on the Mahākāla a protective figure in Buddhism, otherwise known as the God of Time, or the Great Black One, Mahākāla is a “Protector of Dharma”. The idea emerged to combine the two personae through the layered images of over twelve different silk screens.