I designed the catalogue for PDF-OBJECTS, an exhibition organized for Mana Contemporary Chicago by the artists Jason Lazarus and Sean Ward. Featuring text and image contributions from seventy-six artists, PDF-OBJECTS is available at lulu.com.
I designed Plaid Unit, a 1.5 × 1.5 in. patch for the Chicago-based experimental music organization Lampo. Plaid Unit is available to all Lampo supporters.
With Dylan Fracareta, I designed The Propeller Group, a monograph published on the occasion of The Propeller Group’s exhibition presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, and Phoenix Art Museum. The exhibition was curated by Naomi Beckwith.
I designed Every Object Label I Designed at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 2014–2016, a book of to-scale reproductions of every object label that I typeset over the course of ten exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Every Object Label is available at lulu.com.
I designed an enamel pin that reads “plop” and “blob”.
Fake Music Reanticipations is a record label dedicated to acknowledging illegitimacy in music. I wrote the press release for their eleventh non-reissue: the song “i” from the film Proof (2005).
Image: In Our Time (BBC Radio 4)
I designed a low-contrast advertisement for Mystery Library.
I designed the exhibition graphics, promotional materials, and a saddle-stitched catalogue for the artist Anna Orlikowska’s solo exhibition Czy mnie słyszysz?/Can you hear me? at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw, Poland.
Image: jpeg of the 700 × 1000 mm exhibition posters
I presented Author as Designer—a lecture about graphic design’s use as a generative device in literature and poetry—at LVL3 Gallery.
Photo: Emmet Williams’s IBM projected to the left of Adi Goodrich’s Sleep
With Dylan Fracareta, I designed the exhibition graphics for The Freedom Principle: Experiments in Art and Music, 1965 to Now at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. The Freedom Principle surveys the output of the Chicago-based jazz organization the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) and follows its influence on contemporary art from the mid-1960s to 2015. The exhibition was curated by Naomi Beckwith and Dieter Roelstraete with Grace Deveney and Karsten Lund.
Photo: detail of an exhibition vitrine showcasing flyers for Lester Lashley and Friends and Kim On Wong and the Joseph Jarman Co.
I designed library cards for Mystery Library, my online catalogue of fictional books within works of fiction.
I designed Perfume Area, a book of thirty-six prose poetry fragrance reviews by the artists Sydney Shen and Laurel Schwulst. Perfume Area is the inaugural release from Ambient Works.