© 2019 Thomas Martin Nutt

26 Landscapes in Alphabetical Order

'...our language arbitrarily divides up things in reality.' 

 

Jean-Luc Goddard

The viewer's choice, as to what to attribute to these sparse texts and semiotic marks stems from, almost absurdly, everything. Nothing is precluded. The only limitation comes from the way that we arbitrarily divide our lived experience into memories. The more people that observe these texts, the wider the net is cast into unlimited space. 

26 Landscapes in Alphabetical Order

26 typewritten texts in folded envelopes in a wooden index case

25 X 16 X 8 cm