Two alphabets. Two fonts. Two temperatures. Five doors. Four radiators. Plumbing. Denim. Tulle. Carolina Reapers. Chocolate Reapers. Chocolate Ghosts. Bhut Jolokia Ghosts. A Naga Dorset Orange. A Naga Brain Red. A Large Red Seven Pod. A Seven Pot Lava Red. A Chocolate Bhutlah. A Borg Nine. A Big Yellow Mama. Big blue paper. A territory. A lake. A lake. A lake. The meaning of “wet” in seven songs. Seven peoples’ memories of the same event. Seven leaves from the same plant. Seven scissors. Blue rubber. An itch. An island. A pelt. A playground.
David Sprecher graduated with an MFA from the Art Theory and Practice program at Northwestern University in 2016. As a sculptor and writer, he makes augmented realities that conflate architectural and literary interiors. He’s published writing in The Brooklyn Rail, and has exhibited work in New York, Chicago, Baltimore, Berlin, and Sapporo.