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Take One by Tim Roseborough

The website for Take One: A Gifting Performance by Tim Roseborough is live. Please explore Roseborough’s site and share your thoughts about his logographic system. It was an honor to have my Shotgun Review featured in Art Practical’s, Best of Year Two, issue. You can read more here.

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All Fit Together by Tim Roseborough

All Fit Together by Tim Roseborough One of the most unique gifts I’ve received this year was a piece in All Fit Together by Tim Roseborough. My partner and I feel incredibly honored that we’ve been included! Please click on the image above to view the All Fit Together site to learn more about Roseborough’s logographic system, Englyph. This past year, […]

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Notes in/troducing Englyph in current issue of Shotgun Reviews

Visualize walking into a restaurant and being handed a menu in a foreign language. Most individuals would request a menu that they could read. For Tim Roseborough, such a menu served as the impetus for his latest work: Notes In/troducing Englyph. Much like the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, Roseborough examines human perception and understanding of language. […]

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Englyph translation of name with greek origin meaning “gift of god”

by Tim Roseborough Words don’t play a primary role unless the artist wants them to. I’ve followed Tim Roseborough’s work for the past couple of years and finding myself so enthralled with how his logographic system gives a whole new meaning to learning language. Please click on the text above for an introduction to Englyph.

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New Language: Englyph

Tim Roseborough’s language, Englyph, puts a different perspective on text-based art. At first, it’s difficult to envision Englyph as synonymous with English because it’s rather foreign (literally). As Roseborough explains in his piece, Notes In/troducing Englyph, the aim is to take what we know and make it into something we don’t know. Truthfully, if Englyph were the only […]

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Notes In/troducing Englyph by Tim Roseborough

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