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2014
Varying edition of 5
Archival inkjet printing on Dobbin Mill papers with embedded detritus

1-Found-Object-Diary-
2-FOD
FOD-(3)
FOD-(4)
FOD-(5)
FOD-detail-(6)
1-Found-Object-Diary-2-FODFOD-(3)FOD-(4)FOD-(5)FOD-detail-(6)

American novelist, Jonathan Safran Foer took his favorite book, Bruno Schulz’s Street of Crocodiles and altered it, by removing words to build a new novel, Tree of Codes. In response, Silverberg further altered Foer’s novel, creating her Safer Code in Winter 2014.
Found Objects Diary takes this deconstruction yet another step: The story from Safer Code is divided into sections, each corresponding to a piece of detritus chosen with that text in mind — one each day found in her ambulatory mapping (an activity that maps & describes the world around her). The found material was embedded into the paper for the new book; the map of the artist’s walk is pulp painted on the inside of the front cover.
Each copy of Found Objects Diary varies visually & metaphorically; the text remains the same.