Hurt by the word
First came the cry, then silence; the trace, then the form; the vision, then the word. This is a space for the interaction of image and text, word and form, contemporary art and graphic design. Here we use words as images, and images as words in the era of visual culture. You can either read them or watch them. Everything is in the interstices.
By Manu Martínez
Hurt by the word
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Maurício Ianês
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laoblum:

Walter Pfeiffer, Scrapbooks 1969–1985 
(original size)
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kiameku:

Jennifer Grimyser Sharp pain(t) 2012 acrylic on wall
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peterdepotterindex:

Peter De Potter - Love Alone, 2014. Photograph/montage. From the series ‘MY BLOOD TOMORROW LAND’ published in issue 6 of Dust magazine, with the support of Dior Homme.
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lostinthevisual:

Heimo Zobernig at Petzel
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weissesrauschen:

Tanja Koljonen
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akatre:

Recto verso by Akatre, 2014
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visual-poetry:

»let’s make lots of money« by matthieu laurette
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info-punkt:

Christopher Cascio
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type-lover:

Adverse
A paper model reflecting to the meaning of the word it displays: adverse.
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contemporaryobsessions:

Intervention on a photograph of Jayson Keeling. Arde closet. La Plata. Argentina. Junio 2014
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info-punkt:

Luc Fuller
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weissesrauschen:

Lutz Bacher at Daniel Buchholz
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contemporaryobsessions:

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge. Hair Today-Gone Tomorrow. Neu Gallery
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contemporaryobsessions:

Karl Holmqvist. Wallpaper. 2013. NEU GALLERY BERLIN