February 19, 2013 Andy Cush

There’s something oddly poetic about the complexities of governmental bureaucracy and law–just ask David Foster Wallace and Terry Gilliam. German information designer Oliver Bieh-Zimmert has taken that idea to its logical, literal conclusion with his Network of the German Civil Code, an installation piece that puts the titular country’s notoriously complicated Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch ca. 1896 up on the wall (all 2,385 […]

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