"Brown's work is hard to describe. Using projections from paint brushes rigged with tiny camera lenses, drawing pads that act like electronic drum heads, and other ingenious inventions, Brown blends aggressive action-painting with abstract music like a bebop Jackson Pollock." DOUG MACCASH
Brown's striking image of St. Peter Claver, a 17th-century Jesuit priest who ministered to slaves, gazes mercifully downward toward a chained man at his feet. Kneeling, with his wrists raised, the slave figure adds dynamic angles as well as a sense of pathos to the composition. The statue stands near the street corner, outside of the church walls.