A newspaper is a locale for conveying information and opinions. Yet it is seldom itself the focus of attention. "wordsearch" reverses the roles,
transforming the medium into art.
Karin Sander's project blends in with the architecture of the newspaper while at the same time standing it on its head: art instead of economics on the stock market pages.
As part of the New York Times, for a single day
"wordsearch" takes possession of public space - like its medium both ubiquitous and transitory.