The artists in Out of Hand deal with issues of language and legibility. Their projects arise from divergent motivations, yet each navigates a space where the clarity of a text or artistic idiom is confounded by a multiplicity of forces. Whether the subject is a novel, digital photography or an email sign off, the works compel an expanded awareness of language and add a surfeit of meaning to our understanding of authorship and comprehension.
still from Typing by Colleen Asper
Digital Guide to Photography by John Houck
Can't See the Forest For the Trees by Luke Stettner
Sic: Notes from a Keylogger by Lance Wakeling