“I’ll never forget how to” and “I know how to ___.
I want to know ____.”

In a race a participant wears an identifying numbered bib as a way to distinguish themselves from the group. Using the visual language of the the bicycle race bib to label participants with their skills they become both a part of the collective event and distinguished by their individual skill set. These are used both as a wearable item at events and as a archive of the collective knowledge of participants in installation and projections.

Coop Gallery, Nashville, TN; Hornell Community Arts Center, Hornell, NY; Greenway Glow, Minneapolis, MN; Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN; Causeway Challenge, Chattanooga, TN.


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Brett Hunter + Katie Hargrave
© 2016