Horse and Sparrow investigates the requirements for realism in the study of economically-oriented social action. The project concerns itself with producing visual and semantic devices that aim to recover the models, systems, and narratives put forth by economists. Initiated in 2008, Horse and Sparrow developed through in-house research and field work, as well as through commissions and an Economist-in-Residence program. The project includes tables, diagrams, wall-sculptures, videos, and texts presented in academic journals and art publications.
Horse and Sparrow (2008-10)