A Lesson in Semiotics (Articulate) 

 

A Lesson in Semiotics (Articulate) incorporates torn pages from A Course in General Linguistics written in 1906-1911 by the father of modern linguistics and semiotics, Ferdinand de Saussure.  In this text, Saussure discusses linguistic structure as a domain of articulations and every sign as an articulus, in which an idea is fixed in a sound and the sound becomes the sign of an idea.

A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2
A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2

A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2, screenprint on washi, chine collé, ed. 1/1, 29.5” x 41.5”, 2010

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A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2
A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2

A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2, screenprint on washi, chine collé, ed. 1/1, 29.5” x 41.5”, 2010

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A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2
A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2

A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2, screenprint on washi, chine collé, ed. 1/1, 29.5” x 41.5”, 2010

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A Lesson in Semiotics: Articulate #2

screenprint on washi, chine collé

ed. 1/1

29.5” x 41.5”

2010