Corwin Peck

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The first thing Corwin thought he had the ability to extend was the photograph. He then acknowledged the touch screen. But language? Which meant, systems too relational to be isolated or reducibly observatory. This trend continued and formed, “images,” he hired a citizen to handle his accounts and food (so that his hands weren’t solely for, “touch,”). It’s still like this: images, ontological but mostly not. His visual work has been shown at Peninsula art space in Brooklyn, NY. He is the author of the artist book Friends (2014), the chapbook Papers (Particular Press, 2008) and has appeared in Slightly West and Upstairs at Duroc.