Carlos Antonio Piñón

Carlos Antonio Piñón is a Chicago-born artist and writer seeking to destroy the sentence. His work has been featured in several recycle bins throughout the city, most often with a better draft already in progress.

Carlos's biggest secret is that he has no idea how to write. Like no idea. He just kind of smashes the keys on his laptop hoping they form complete sentences. He wrote his last essay by throwing darts at a dictionary.

Misprints: On Air

Misprints: On Air

Saturdays, 6p.m.-9p.m.
Free Radio SAIC

As a part of Misprints, a project for the upcoming exhibition celebrating SAIC's 150th anniversary, I will be broadcasting the entirety of the Over a Century book using scans imported in Audacity.

Misprints seeks to reinterpret past and present SAIC publications through the process of databending sonification. These publications include the 1896 course catalog, which is an institutional record of what the School was like that year; the 1982 Over a Century book, which is a set of personal recollections of the School’s first 115 years edited by Roger Gilmore; and the Spring 2016 E+D magazine, which celebrates what will come next after these 150 years.

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