Artist and designer Brian Singer is featured in a group show at the Museum of Design in Atlanta, Georgia. This exhibition, titled Text Me: How We Live in Language, runs from September 17, 2017–February 4, 2018. Singer's work, which heavily relies on the written word and how it can be interpreted, is meticulously crafted to express color, shape, movement, and space.

Brian Singer, Wheels Within Wheels, 2017
vintage books, ink, and acrylic, coated in high gloss resin on wood panel, 20×20 in

Text Me focuses on how "the individual component of language—text—is the prime vehicle used to express the experiences of our existence—from minor moments of daily life to the grand nature of the human condition. Our ancestors as far back as the cave man have been using symbols to document and record experiences.


"Today, the visualization of our personal stories is an integral and essential part of nearly every moment of life, and we use text in all of its forms to define reality, emotions and even time itself. We are now living in a world wherein the condition of our visual communication reflects the condition of our culture. This exhibition is an attempt to organize, express, translate and reflect both how we live in language and how language now defines our lives." Further information about the exhibit can be found on the MODA website.


See all of Brian Singer's available works here.