Mute Written Orchestration Mute Written Orchestration
Mute Written Orchestration Mute Written Orchestration Mute Written Orchestration
Mute Written Orchestration

Through using the reciprocal way a human hand and a scanner interact with one another when scanning printed objects (mostly books), an ongoing series of images are elicited and manipulated by the hand being re-formed as both a mnemonic and notational device (when scanned with a moving xenon light). A supplementary series of drawings (representing the form of a text) propose themselves as potential asemic forms, or as words without any semantic content, reversing the role between an identifiable image and an illegible text.

Marres, Centre for Contemporary Culture. Maastricht, NL. 2012 — 2013.

PAKT. Amsterdam, NL. 13 September — 12 October, 2014.