“Dylar” is an experimental drug in Don DeLillo’s novel, White Noise. Designed to alleviate anxiety about death, it has an unintended side effect for the addicted: words become indistinguishable from that to which they refer.

Words, images and things are never entirely transparent, and they comprise ecologies which are also opaque. This blog will be a place to work out some of their contours, identities, meanings and relations.


About Randall Honold

I live and work in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Some of my other photographs can be found at
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