'absence of evidence is not evidence of absence', 2012
These post cards are made of letters I wrote, but was never able to send to the intended reader. It was too difficult to do so, but not saying anything/their absence was not right either.
So, I typed them white on white and left Microsoft Word's wriggles, which you get for typos, on the post cards to hint at the presence of something, something not quite right, something like a knot. The numbers at the back are the word counts of these letters.
And below are further experiments I did with wriggles for occasions I had mix feelings about... Christmas for instance, due to the modern capitalist pressures it comes with or pretending all is perfect in the families, or even some birthday celebrations, when not followed by a whole year of friendship and care actually...