Tongue-Tied and Tired

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James R Ford, Zach Zapped a Zombie Zebra, 2011

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.

Tongue-Tied and Tired

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.

James R Ford, Red Lorry, Yellow Lorry (yellow, red), 2010 Red 2010, Writing Lines, Letter Form, Tired, Hoop Earrings, Yellow, Earrings

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.

James R Ford, Another Alliteration Iteration, 2011

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.

James R Ford, Another Alliteration Iteration (detail), 2011

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.

James R Ford, Willy Wonka Washes Wally Wanker, 2011 Writing Lines, Letter Form, Willy Wonka, Tired

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.

Oscar's Only Ostrich. James R Ford

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.

James R Ford, Oscar's Only Ostrich Oiled An Orange Owl (detail), 2011

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.

Tongue-Tied and Tired

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.

James R Ford, Oyster Vs Clam (detail), 2011

Tongue-Tied and Tired

The works in this exhibition come from the series of the same name, Tongue-Tied and Tired. Aural, alliterative pairings and word sequences are transformed to visual forms by laboured textual rendering. The act of writing lines as a punishment is given a new purpose - the letters form intertwined threads, flowing into the shapes of imaginary knots that loop on infinitely.