Ebon Heath – Stereo.types

Ebon Heath
Stereo.types – Ebon Heath

Brooklyn based Ebon Heath creates complex expressive typographic sculptures which he calls Stereo.types. His work echoes the free-form letter play of early decadent poets, such as Guillaume Apollinaire, the abstract dynamics of Islamic Calligraphy, and more recently interactive web-based typographic toys. Rather than sit on the flat plane, Ebon’s messages extrude into complex crystals with radial morphologies. Other works in the series take the form of mobiles where individual letters continuously move into new configurations. These works allude to an non-linear semantic structures, where forms of messages isomorphically represent shape-shifting meanings and interpretations.

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