Diagram of a Silent Garden is an open call for a group show, using the title for a prompt and general invitation. Intended to reflect a range of practice in flux with Covid-19, we hoped to create a space to reconsider making work in our new condition. Initiated to be printed matter, not for sale, and distributed solely to the contributors, as our participant pool expanded the project naturally shifted into online form. We are proud to publish these pieces and thankful to those who took the time. This site has become a wide index of these practices, and in an ever-growing nature will continue to be open to new submissions, with the spirit of open discussion.
Core Team: Brian Sing, Jared Fellows; 3D Identity with Ted Youjong Kim; type design & web development by Jake Brussel Faria.
These photos were collected for a larger project I worked on over the past eight months. They’re sourced from web connected security cameras, which I monitored a ton over this period and screenshotted the frame when I saw something interesting. To me they reveal the vastness of a natural landscape, the constant presence of a camera and a screen, and an unsettling sense of being really truly alone.