A Marriage of Convenience

In an ideological marriage of convenience, processing code generates 1/4 page spreads for zines quoting from Guy Debord and expanding on Randian ideals of technological utopia. The objects produced reflect a DIY quality and reveal the artist hand, which exists despite advancements in automation, simple code, and the outgrowth of two divergent outsider thinkers. 
Documentation from a machine-performance at Tallahassee Zine Fest 2019.

In my work I think a lot about plurality and solidarity. This work playfully explores a peculiar philosophical position whose ultimate aim is the liberation from labor with minimal concern for those consequences associated with that liberatory model.