by Joy Drury Cox
Stranger is a drawing punctuation study that maps each period in her English translation of Albert Camus’ The Stranger. For the opening of Workshop, Cox has revisited the project through a new series of photographic prints. These enlargements, displayed alongside the original drawings, become new translations of each chapter-heading page in the original Camus text. Further removed from the original book, each print becomes a seemingly random combination of points and numbers, playing off the existential themes of the book.
— Text Excerpt, Exhibition (Workshop @ Christian Berst Art Brut).