A page is a river, a page is a blinking verb, a page is an architect. A page is a dancing body, is a singular noun, is a time machine. A page is an imaginary scene, a __________ and an aura for a book.
DIS-or-DER conveys the idea that pages – the element of books – can be staged in an exhibition as a site-specific installation. A focus of the exhibition is to push the definition of printed matter into the architecture. DIS-or-DER plays with the format of the book and reflects on the medium by binding together editorial and spatial perceptions. The subject of the book’s still-life compositions explores the relationship of everyday objects and artistic scenes.