MinneCulture | Savannah Bustillo’s Tongue Twisters in Graphite

MinneCulture | Savannah Bustillo’s Tongue Twisters in Graphite

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In the world of audio recording, sound is visually represented in what’s called a wave form. They often look like tall ovals with vertical spikes. In the world of visual art, a Minnesota artist uses such wave forms to illustrate accents and tongue-twisters with printmaking and stencils. Get to know the artist, Savannah Bustillo, in this story by KFAI’s Sheila Regan.

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Banner image and Soundcloud image: “Enchilada” by Savannah Bustillo

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