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codex

24 Jun

Hopefully my reasoning will now make sense, and the explanation clear. I embroidered most of the phrase in binary code, but left some words, and some parts of some words as text. ( I did leave “by” as binary too.)  Those sections became their own phrase, poetic, and meaningful within the context of the whole original phrase, and the intent of the whole work.

I’m nearing the final phase of the other embroidery on this piece: a teeny bit on the standing figure still to do, then to attach both figures,do a bit more work on the top left panel, and then sit back for a week, just looking at it, sensing if it needs anything more.

The next phase is to figure out the journal that goes with it, the explanation, the sketches and samples, the whole meaning and the subtexts, the wonderings and wanderings, the crux of the biscuit.

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One response to “codex

  1. Elizabeth Ingraham

    June 25, 2017 at 8:21 am

    I adore this! Perfect for lovers of language and codes and information, and those who like the territory between mystery and meaning and who listen for signals among the noise. Language becomes texture and mark becomes language.

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