Cotton Paper Hornlet

In this blog post, participating artist Ian Schneller, of the studio Specimen, describes the process of using handmade cotton linter paper to make a set of “hornlet speaker” just for our exhibition.

“The horn speakers we usually make using recycled newsprint, baking soda, and dryer lint yield surfaces that are ruddy, organic, and wild like an untended garden. By contrast, the handmade paper fabricated for this project is so pure, white, and structurally profound that Ian chose to use it to create a pair of Hornlet audio horn speakers that are pristine, stripped down to the lines, and completely naked.”



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