Matt Siber's Untitled Project Features a Life Without Words

By: Carly Foy - Published: Jul 13, 2011 • References: siberart & petapixel
Matt Siber's Untitled Project features a wordless world. The photo series has taken place over the past nine years, taking the original images in North America, Europe and China. The series is a unique look at the world sans text. The photos sometimes look normal without them, but other images like highway signs look quite eerie.

Matt Siber's series is a commentary on how people rely on words to get them through their day. Without the text, the world could become chaotic and a disaster zone as words provide guidance to members of society.

Implications - Photographers have the ability today to use digital manipulation to create their masterpieces. This allows them to have a creative freedom that others did not have prior to technological advances. Stats for Wordless Worlds Trending: Older & Warm
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