Wind, Tree, River, Eraser

Cranbrook Museum of Art
Bloomfield Hills, MI
2017

Thanks to an invitation from Cranbrook Academy of Art’s 2D Design department, we had the opportunity to continue our exploration of the performative lecture format. Pairing audience participation, real time record casting, improvised music, and a photocopier turned drum machine, we presented on our ever evolving studio practice and the state of the graphic arts at large. After two days straight of studio visits and group critiques at one of the most intensely experimental art institutions in the country, we were primed for the opportunity.

A sum of experience with no paradoxes.

Clogged not blocked. Like grain.

Material, not meshing or adhering. 

 

 

The Impossibility of Language

of Construction