Originally a poem written
for the author's daughter, A Lullaby at Light Speed (2019) is a whirlwind trip through time and space,
loneliness and joy, magic and reality. Lavishly illustrated, all the drawings
were made with chalk and mineral pigment on the black-board-painted walls of
the author's apartment in an ancient Chinese watertown, some way out from
Mixing Eastern and Western
perspectives, we inevitably come full-circle.