Installation view of Articulation Without Language, 2016 in Shifters at Art in General
Six Fiber-based silver gelatin contact prints (16 inches x 20 inches each)
Courtesy the artist and Art in General. Photo: Charles Benton.


This series of photographic contact prints continues the engagement with critical manifestation of new language that began with Double Mouth Feedback. The compositions are informed by interference phenomena, social synchronic movement, and sonic patterning.

Transcribed utterances from the common vocalizations in the Double Mouth Feedback recordings form the text. The sonic associations with text and representations of sound wave interaction in the prints visualize subvocalization, the internal voice one hears when reading; it is a silent sound piece.


Detail of Articulation Without Language, 2016 in Shifters
Six Fiber-based silver gelatin contact prints (16 inches x 20 inches each)