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Published on Jun 19, 2009
Referencing the recording and reading of responses embedded within a series of fabricated standardized test sheets, the techno pop graphics of Scan-Tron become mentally charged with viable questions and patterns of decision-making. During the months of November, December, and January 2003, Jennifer Schmidt responded to a series of test forms-- filling in answers with a #2 pencil-- according to a given set of rules and unknown objectives.
Scantron Tests: designed and offset printed by Jennifer Schmidt Video Animation of Scantron Tests: Jennifer Schmidt Sound co-produced by L.Contra