Object Language is an exploration of linguistic communication manifested as sculpture. Linguistic communication - the use of words both written and spoken - is often assumed to be the most precise and predictable form of communication, however this is rarely the case as ambiguity and missed connections are sometimes unavoidable. Abstracting the process by which information moves from person to person Object Language glorifies the point at which language fails. It is an exploration of indicators hidden in plain sight, of coding systems, and of a way of communication that prioritizes the critical analysis of the message received.
Thaddeus Celia-Zoellner is a master's of fine art degree candidate at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He received his bachelor's degree in fine art from Humboldt State University with an emphasis in three-dimensional media and photography. Celia-Zoellner has participated in numerous solo, group, and juried shows throughout California and Nevada. Celia-Zoellner's work explores interdisciplinary modes of thought, mathematical theory, the physical sciences, contemporary and ancient philosophy, linguistic studies, and an active engagement with socio-political issues. Recent exhibitions include "In Pursuit of Sanity" at the Left of Center Gallery, "Expanded" at the Sahara Public Library, and the "3rd Annual Juried Exhibition" at the Contemporary Art Center of Las Vegas.