Hayal Pozanti

    Hayal Pozanti’s 85-foot-long Instant Paradise is on view at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library in NYC. The permanent installation consists of colorful puzzle-like forms, drawn from Pozanti’s “Instant Paradise” language, which depict the dates of milestones in the evolution of the written communication, including: 3200BC, clay tablets; 105AD, paper; 1377, moveable type; 1808, the typewriter; 1965 hypertext; and 1989, the world wide web.