This series of postcards was created during a 4 month roving-residency in the American Southwest, called Land Arts of the American West. During this period, a group of artists, writers and architects camped in various public lands throughout Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Texas. Visits to iconic land art sites were paired with visits to uranium mines, nuclear weapon test grounds, radio wave transmitter sites, mine-poisoned Native American land-- all were looked at as human artefact and culture. Much of the time was spent on the road, passing these vacant billboards. The trip ended with the 2016 election. The billboards suddenly took on a sinister tone-- a tone that spoke of silent acquiescence and a looming presence that had been there all along. The images became postcards so that they could be filled with words and sent to those in need of hearing something.