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Indexing is a series of index-card sized prints using various block and set printing techniques These open-ended sentences and free-thought ideologies concerning contemporanea coincide with other cards when displayed in various arrangements within this series change thought processes, structure and sequencing to produce new idioms.
The selected papers, the weight and style of the papers, as well as, the colors of ink used correspond with messages printed on each card helping make each one subjectively and individually unique.

Standard "index card" size, most are in editions of 20 but a few are unique. All are hand-signed and numbered.