A gif of the exhibition title, Ambrosia, in Hoss Sharp with various glyphs and images shuffling and replacing random letters in the word.

Caty Dillon

A glyph of a pencil.

Seeds of Innocence

Seeds of Innocence is a project about the pain of wrongful convictions. It’s set up to be these cardboard trees freestanding around VCU for students to interact with. The trees are only about three feet tall with around 10 or so felt flowers on one for people to take off. Within each flower is a note explaining a fact, a concept, or a story about wrongful convictions. On each tree there is a QR code that leads to a website for people to read more and tell personal stories. The idea is to spread awareness.

An image of a tree made of white lines with orange, red, and yellow leaves against a blue-green background. The text Seeds of Innocence is above and curved over the tree image. On the sides of the main image is an image of a cardboard tree outside in a courtyard made of red bricks.
Handwritten signature from Caty Dillon in black.