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La troisième vérité

Contributed by Raphael Quadraat on Jan 13th, 2022. Artwork published in
circa 2018
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    La troisième vérité 1
    Source: quadraat.ch Quadraat. License: All Rights Reserved.

    La troisième vérité is a book created for an audio exhibition in the streets of la Chaux-de-Fonds. The reading and folding system of the book is inspired by the way the spectator follows the exhibition. From author Camille Mermet:

    Perhaps you will finally understand why the streets were deliberately built in a checkerboard pattern? Or how, despite its long winters, this city seems to manage to keep its heart warm, and its beat intact? Follow the guide through the city’s décor. It will seem as if he can lose you in the city you think you know. This singular visit, in which you could well be the hero, will make you apprehend reality as you have never done it before. A stroll where you will be surprised by all the disturbing coincidences you will encounter along the way. Everything you learn is based on real facts. And rest assured, you’ll never look at this city the same way again!
    Camille Mermet, Dejan Gacond and Louis Jucker, cultivating their taste for vertigo, invite you to (re)discover this city by walking alone, well guided, with headphones on and to explore in a different way the link you have with La Chaux-de-Fonds.

    GT Sectra by Grilli Type is combined with Portland Grotesk by Raphael Picard/Quadraat. The audio guide/book is available from Hummus Records.

    La troisième vérité 2
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    La troisième vérité 3
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    La troisième vérité 4
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    La troisième vérité 5
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    La troisième vérité 6
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