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gallery view of Non-Text

Seeing Language

Non-Text: an exhibition of text as image

From the December, 2013 issue

EMU's current art exhibit, Non-Text, features an astonishing variety of works by sixteen local and national artists who employ text and type in nontraditional ways. In paintings, drawings, sculptures, and animation, letters and words have been liberated from the flat, prim lines of written language and introduced into striking, non-syntactic contexts.

 
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