Installation view: Nathaniel de Large & Nicolas Schaltegger presented by JAG Projects, Hudson

“Ciao’der House” approaches New York City’s free newspapers as the city‘s intrinsic tangible neural source network for a means of production by acknowledging that these papers are representative of a collective local interest. Said newspapers are fed into river water drip systems that are built within the federal architecture to digest the news into a grey matter material mass, finding new valuation as fire briquettes and analogue AR phone cases. This pulp process encourages mutation as stories change between various news outlets, reshaping, enhancing and compacting.

1. a soft, wet, shapeless mass of material.
2. popular or sensational writing that is regarded as being of poor quality.



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