Chance Dictionary

Monoprint and Inkjet print on paper, 15 15 cm


Several participants were asked to randomly write five objects. These objects were later rewritten on a piece of paper, cut one by one and shuffled. Twenty papers were drawn by lot, each having an individual object written on them. Each object was googled, and the first image to appear in the images section was printed and monoprinted on an A6 paper. In this case Google was used as an image randomizer, and also as a controlled structure for the response of each image. The drawings were then mounted, and bound in the form of a book. The font chosen was a serif, which is a common font used for dictionaries. The colour red was also used because of its connotation with such dictionaries.