"I Don't Speak" by Keaton Fox
Monday, Feb 6 thru Friday, Feb 10, 2017
Institute for the Humanities, outside gallery windows 202 S. Thayer
Runs dusk to dawn.
Humans first communicated through the use of sounds, then images and then text. People now express themselves through radio frequencies, electromagnetic fields, pixels, broadband, and data. "I Don't Speak" is a visual exploration of this evolution. It combines the dynamic beauty and history of past vocabulary systems as a means to marvel at the complex, hushed, and more universal language that humans are generating today.
Keaton Fox is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work documents, distorts, reflects, and explores the digital disarray of the modern world. She lives and works in Detroit.