Present continuous

Silkscreen printed octavo, and posters. An investigation on the static configuration of the printed medium and on the dynamic process of its fruition. By taking advantage of the characteristic time construction that defines present continuous as a tense, what gets printed is no longer a static representation: it assumes a dynamic shape that leaves the reader involved in a reflection upon the act of reading itself. This project was developed and printed at Frans Masereel Centrum

Printing at Frans Masereel Centrum