IN THE THICK OF IT explores the repetition of the mono-type printing process. How does the repetition of chaos create order?

Fragmented paper strips act as the matter for transferring ink, and as a structure that holds the fragments in place. The paper fragments are further fragmented as different portions vary in saturation based on the movement of pieces between re-inking prints.

Over multiple presses the paper fragments no longer need to be held down, and yellow ink is introduced as a way to track areas of change.

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