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A Thousand Words.

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Share This.Annie Vought has an infatuation with text. Her paper cut letters are skeletons of found handwritten notes and letters, carved out with an Exact-o knife. Despite it’s delicate nature, Vought’s works are a visual demonstration of the long-lasting strength of words. Vought’s patience and precision in etching out each leaf of paper is as if she is exposing her bones to her audience. The vulnerability of the pieces is Read More

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ May 28th, 2012. – June 3rd, 2012.

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Share This.Our month of celebration is coming to an end and with the way things have been going, it may just turn into a celebration all year long. This week’s book sees an exclusive interview with Gotham City paper artist Jean Seestadt; we’re also reviewing El-P’s buzzworthy Cure 4 Cancer and having a few words with Italian artist Claudio Parentela. Stay Tuned! Unflinchingly Yours, Quiet Lunch Staff.