Simon Morris

223,704 words traveling at 90 MPH

223,704 words traveling at ninety miles per hour2

The below is how the image was made.

In January 2003, eighty-three students from York College cut out every word from Sigmund Freud’s Interpretation of Dreams and as every word was cut from its sentence it was spoken.

On 1st June 2003, the artist Simon Morris threw the words out of the window of a Renault Clio on Redbridge Road, Dorset.

A mathematical system for painting – Interview with Simon Morris

Artist Simon Morris, based in York, England, used a mathematical system to create his paintings.


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