Please join us for the reception of Diagraphia, a Curatorial Proposal Series exhibition featuring new prints by Sarah Hulsey. Diagraphia combines hand-printed woodcuts with letterpress text to create a new set of linguistic graphics inspired by some of the great diagrams of the last eight centuries. Each print is a study in a new way of visualizing language, using scientific diagrams as a jumping-off point.
Diagraphia will be on view March 24 – April 16, 2016.
Additionally, please join Hulsey on Saturday April 9 at 3pm for an Artist’s Talk. She will discuss the Diagraphia and Phonetic Constellation projects, including their historical inspirations, her process for turning texts into imagery, and her use of printmaking to convey linguistic ideas.