A book, among other things. They are results, or maybe stepping stones, of an experimental writing practice that revolves around the intuitive, the unknown and the non-permanent. Blurring the lines between writing and reading, thought and material, body and identity, they attempt to expand the meaning of text. Maybe, in this sense, writing can become a tender tool for knowledge production and internal reflection rather than a means for documentation.
All the words that are written here, have been used before. Two reverse soft covers holding poetry, short texts, a script and the essay The Rest Is Still Unwritten; On Becoming A Body Of Text, which uses skin as a metaphor for questioning the relationship between the meaning and expression, body and text. It reveals the author’s obsession with text and typographic details, while investigating the space between the words and their complicity to the creation of meaning in language.