These images are about the changing aura of language, about words forming trajectories of both communication and miscommunication. 

Objects await recognition and are enveloped by words. Just as objects lie silent, words envelop them, teasing their meanings out into space, or curling inside them, using up the space.

Sometimes words are breaths without voice.  

They seek a secure syntactic position, but meaning constantly is devised, relocated, and recreated.    

Language slips, revealing and reviving, negotiating the soft terrain of ellipsis and substantiation.

Gloria DeFilipps Brush

© 1997–2003

The images in Language Text I and Language Text II have their sources in photographs made with a scale model architectural camera. 

Sometimes other cameras or image sources  were used.

These sources are computer mediated and published via an archival inkjet printer.