Book, Published by Fail, April 2018, Istanbul TR
Collaboration with Zeynep Beler
100 pages, unbound,
offset and indigo,
edition of 240
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A YouTube video. 2D view of a tub of ant sand. With impossible speed, the ants drill vertical,
erratically branching tunnels. Their highways form a picture.
I know a girl who as a child had a babysitter that would switch the TV to a channel with no signal
and tell her that the static was a documentary about ants. And the girl would watch that for hours.
Cold defined as lack of heat but heat not defined as such. (Heat too much of a thing, cold too little.)
Both states existing by the expedient of being pitted against one another.
Reaching across the spectrum, a compromise of meaning.
Texture as the hissing sound of water on the pan.
Entropy explained in five words. “You can’t stir things apart.”
Squint and you can see. [Invert your head]
The body of the ant as a square, migrating through the surface, as you microscale
roughly four hundred times. (Split) Images (Repeat) form new dualities.
(Line break.) The constituents merge without disturbing.