Photo of a text installation featuring binary code printed onto a stack of letter size paper.

(Non)Binary by Kat Cassar

Photo of a text installation featuring binary code printed onto a stack of letter size paper.

Photo of a letter sized paged featuring binary code.

Artist statement:

(Non)Binary is a text installation featuring binary code printed onto a stack of letter size paper. The text contains the Oxford 3000 translated into binary code as a comment on the gendered language that still exists within the English language.

Photo of a text installation featuring binary code printed onto a stack of letter size paper.

Artist’s bio:

Kat Cassar is a queer, non-binary, lens-based artist located in Toronto, Canada. Their work incorporates archival and documentation techniques through film photography, installation, and text. Kat often focuses on creating an installation consisting of audio, video, and sculptural elements made parallel to their photography. Their work focuses on themes of identity and representation, by exploring the roles of language, media, and the objectification of transgender bodies.

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