Laser cut Fabriano paperĀ 
The word 'tympanum', literally denotes a thin, tense and permeable membrane covering the organ of hearing, a physical and porous point where immaterial word enters the physical body. The piece appropriates text from the Samuel Beckett piece 'The Unnamable' in which he considers paradoxical states that defy dichotomies and categorical stasis. This text is laser cut into a large sheet of paper with the negative spaces facilitating a communication or exchange between two sides of the artwork and the exhibition site.
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