Krblin Jihn Kabin
The Kabin may be part of the Kcymaerxthaere series of pieces by Eames Demetrios but it certainly stands on its own in drawing your attention into an alternate world. This dilapidated “Kabin” on the outskirts of a housing development in Joshua Tree, California feels as if we had crossed into an alternate timeline. The Krblin Jihn Kabin is a faux-historic preserve where religious dissidents were exiled. It is complete with explanatory panels and plaques outlining the historic context and traditions.
Did you know that California was split in two over the question of where Jesus walked: North California or South California? As plaques explain, how this was the homestead of the exiled Krblin Jihn, member of the Jihn Wranglikan sect. Inside are verses from Jihn’s translations of the bible (ommitting the selatious “o” and “c”, which the Jihn Wranglikan sect consider to be obscene) and mention of his work, Kmmentaries n Matthew.