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On one level, the word transpositions connotes our goal to create conversations between Christian theology and the arts. Just like a musician might transpose from the key of B flat Major to C Major in order to create beautiful music with other instruments, we desire to transpose from the mode of theology to the arts and from the arts to theology in order to create meaningful resonances. Transpositions also brings to mind placing images and ideas of varying opacity over one another so that from particular points of view they appear to blend without distinction, creating a new form of beauty. On yet another level, transpositions suggests the nature of both art and theology as a transposition of divine reality into earthly form.

Junius Johnson
Apr 16 2021, 14:38

[ EDITOR’S NOTE – Junius Johnson continues our RE-MEMBERING SERIES launched at the beginning of Lent to consider, among other things, a wider view of...

The post RE-MEMBERING: Figuring Hope – Imagination and the Horizon of Christian Longing appeared first on Transpositions.

Apr 02 2021, 18:48

  The Transept team and Transpositions editors wish to thank you for partaking in and perusing the In/break exhibition. We offer below a compilation...

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Apr 02 2021, 11:53

  In/break  art works featured today:     In Which I Sit With My Husband,  Cristina Williams   Patience,  Mariah Ziemer   Sea Roar...

The post In/break Exhibition – 2 April 2021 (Good Friday) appeared first on Transpositions.

Apr 01 2021, 15:51

  In/break  art works featured today:     Fife Pilgrim Way: a Sequence,  Donald MacEwan 9 Ceres to St Andrews   Nest Egg,  Kieran...

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Apr 01 2021, 14:47

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Ewan Bowlby, Zebediah Rose and Elizabeth Dunbar provide responses – two written, one sketched –  to the Mosaic Playback Theatre performance for...

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