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The original crayon panels were installed in the windows at Locust Projects as part of his solo show “Saturday’s Ransom,” on view now. They play on two of the exhibition’s main themes: his evolving relationship with religion, and the lasting impact of his childhood in general. Part of that meant taking on a child’s perspective — including revisiting techniques he actually used as a kid, like the melted crayons — and part of it meant exploring how the beliefs he had back then influenced the person he is today.