This print is from Fel's current exhibition at 323East.
There's often a story that can be told for each of FEL's works. Here you have his own words:
"I was driving down West Jefferson on my way to Monroe (google maps). I passed the Fermi power plant and noticed all these farms all around it. It was like a giant looming off in the background. I thought, some one lives in the shadow of this and must be just fine with it. I noticed next to one of the barns, there was a kid's swing set. It was strange to me, but I thought that to a child living there, the power plant might never even be noticed.
Select works from the recent exhibition still available at 323East
Also check out our blog post on FEL's solo exhibition in Detroit.