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JGL Prints, 2017

Space Reigns Supreme, 2017
25” x 31”
Skimming Over Surfaces, 2017
25” x 31”
Of Open Spaces, 2017
25” x 31”
What Cinema Is, 2017
25” x 31”
Mechanism For Seeing, 2017
25” x 31”
To Want Something, 2017
25” x 31”
Like A Shadow, 2017
25” x 31”
Real Life Lies Elsewhere, 2017
25” x 31”
Someone To Talk To, 2017
25” x 31”
The Language of Poetry, 2017
25” x 31”
I No Longer Know, 2017
25” x 31”
But I Existed, 2017
25” x 31”

The JGL print series incorporates selected excerpts of dialogue from the character Ferdinand, in Jean Luc Godard’s film, Pierrot le Fou. Godard opened up the structure of film with the use of voiceover, words, and other disjunctive texts and devices that interrupt and supplement the narrative. The visual structure of these print works uses the black fields to set up a film-like framework, or stage, that opens up the sentence into a series of parts. 

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