Synecdoche... at the Burke

Synecdoche... at the Burke

My first visit to the new Burke Museum elicits a “Bravo!”

I’ll only briefly introduce it with an appreciation of the work which lofts over the open stairway, made by RYAN! Fedderson, which intrigued my calligraphic doppelgänger, Leo Toye, for its often humorous complexity…

The glyphs seem first to soar, or then cascade & rise through permutations in a manner of regimental wriggling which I have yet to translate &/or decipher.

Complex glyphic evolution is one suggestion.

Reflecting all the varieties of science & curiosity of the museum’s collection & mission.


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