About

With a title taken from William Shakespeare’s King Lear, Reverb No Hollowness explores the ripple effects of text. In literary theory, a text is any object which can be “read.” This includes books, plays, web pages, newspapers, magazines, speeches, screenplays, and other traditional sources of the written word. Beyond the obvious, it also encompasses architecture, fashion, art, road signs, body language — anything that transmits some kind of informative message.

My interest is in texts that, to me, mean something — those that are not hollow and have a message that continues to reverberate.

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