Machine-Readable is a series of monoprints addressing reading and the history of communication printed on the Charles Brand and Vandercook proof press at Kala Art Institute. Machine-Readable Cataloging; MARC, is a set of fields to create electronic records for library collections. Information must be transformed into measurable qualities to be shared digitally. Commuter drawings made into linoleum cuts are printed over newspaper prints. Words in display type refer to changing techniques in communication.
Linoleum cut, wood and lead type on Rives BFK. Size varies.