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Installation, Photography, Printed material
2014

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  • In What to Do When Lost in the Woods, I use text copied from a scanned US Forest Service flier originally published in 1946. The practical, yet surprisingly poetic flier advises hikers on how to survive when lost in the woods. The digitally altered text utilizes an 83 pt. font to fill 143 standard pages. The work exploits the tension between the words themselves and the way in which they are displayed on the page- drawing attention to the distinctions between the textual and the visual.
  • In What to Do When Lost in the Woods, I use text copied from a scanned US Forest Service flier originally published in 1946. The practical, yet surprisingly poetic flier advises hikers on how to survive when lost in the woods. The digitally altered text utilizes an 83 pt. font to fill 143 standard pages. The work exploits the tension between the words themselves and the way in which they are displayed on the page- drawing attention to the distinctions between the textual and the visual.
  • In What to Do When Lost in the Woods, I use text copied from a scanned US Forest Service flier originally published in 1946. The practical, yet surprisingly poetic flier advises hikers on how to survive when lost in the woods. The digitally altered text utilizes an 83 pt. font to fill 143 standard pages. The work exploits the tension between the words themselves and the way in which they are displayed on the page- drawing attention to the distinctions between the textual and the visual.
  • In What to Do When Lost in the Woods, I use text copied from a scanned US Forest Service flier originally published in 1946. The practical, yet surprisingly poetic flier advises hikers on how to survive when lost in the woods. The digitally altered text utilizes an 83 pt. font to fill 143 standard pages. The work exploits the tension between the words themselves and the way in which they are displayed on the page- drawing attention to the distinctions between the textual and the visual.
  • In What to Do When Lost in the Woods, I use text copied from a scanned US Forest Service flier originally published in 1946. The practical, yet surprisingly poetic flier advises hikers on how to survive when lost in the woods. The digitally altered text utilizes an 83 pt. font to fill 143 standard pages. The work exploits the tension between the words themselves and the way in which they are displayed on the page- drawing attention to the distinctions between the textual and the visual.
  • In What to Do When Lost in the Woods, I use text copied from a scanned US Forest Service flier originally published in 1946. The practical, yet surprisingly poetic flier advises hikers on how to survive when lost in the woods. The digitally altered text utilizes an 83 pt. font to fill 143 standard pages. The work exploits the tension between the words themselves and the way in which they are displayed on the page- drawing attention to the distinctions between the textual and the visual.