“Code matters.”

Mark Marino and Max Feinstein on ebr

“By contrast, these strange new handouts were made of static ash, of a nervous kind of soot.They felt brittle, dusty, lifeless. Without the penetrating aroma of naphtha, the dialogic doctrines felt strangely inert. Absent the lurid aniline purple—redolent of both Tyrian splendor and cruel wounds—the blackletter teachings took on a dour formality.”

One Hundred and Eight
interactive installation
summer/autumn 2010

Eclipse 8
Plaster bust and plastic
70x53x17 cm