Project started here in the dictionary. In the early sixties
the word dyslexia was not in the lexicon of the our culture,
and the disorder was not understood by educators, physicians,
or families. Large groups of people knew that they related
to the world differently than others. Thought processes were
constantly defining the relationships of form and space...
It is default to stay focused on a linear track. The shapes
between the letters become as visual as the letters themselves.The
26 letters of the alphabet are as perplexing as they are a
necessity. The combinations they create group them selves
into pictograms that are identified by their overall shapes.
The word comprehensive is seen as a pattern in its
totality, rather than a word, com pre hen sive, made
up from subgroup of letters. The words become images sequencing
in a linear progression. Read
more about dyslexia.
through the dictionary looking for key words that effected
me in some emotional way. The list grew to two hundred and
fifteen. I put them into groups, or incorporated a single
word into an image. Click on the dictionary above and view
the list, then click on a highlighted word to view the the
connection. This is an ongoing project associating words and
their relationships to emotional content.