Using alliteration as a means to describe aspects within the constriction of an architectural space, this project highlights the disconnect between words and physical dimensions. Qualitative, poetic language is directly compared to numeric, quantitative communication. Again, heightening the distance between what is there and what is described.
Visually the typeface is reminiscent of a font used on the cover of a paperback novel, intended to oscillate the viewer between a sculptural language and a literary one. The text is italicized, which is intended to imply spoken or quoted words, suggesting that the phrase is meant to be said aloud. This work is intending to tap into a the light playfulness found in literary devices.
Laser-cut paper on floor
3 ft x 3 ft