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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. […]
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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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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