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Analog Binary Code

Now more than ever, binary code is our universal language -- we're basically machines talking to machines due to distancing -- but there's nothing as reassuring as the feel of tactile objects, the pace of nature. I've been using found materials -- twigs, black walnuts, vitamins, dry pasta, cherry tomatoes -- to create analog binary code, a happy medium between the technology we rely on and the real world around us.


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