© Robert Bowen 2017

Normally typography is presented as planar geometry seen in plan view, and it usually makes sense to do it that way.

Visually translating a text into other types of perspective projection substitutes a non-linear interaction with the text and subverts chronological readings; it can also suggest alternate interpretations.

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The Iliad by Homer II


An internet search of the word, landscape, was performed for an hour. During that time interesting passages were cut and pasted into a single document. The result was then visually interpreted.

Flatland by Edwin Abbott.

Moby Dick; or, The Whale by Herman Melville

Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus by Ludwig Wittgenstein

Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll RabbitWEB.jpg

Euclid's Elements

The Iliad by Homer

De Sade's Philosophy of the Bedroom

Finnegan’s Wake by James Joyce

Finnegan's Wake (details)

A l'Infinitif by Marcel Duchamp

Notes pertaining to the Large Glass