Photography, spilling into language

"Nemet-Nejat says the excess of light in 19th Century photographs, over which the photographers had limited control, is their ‘constant source of power’. The glow is something ‘the medium can not completely hold or integrate’. The glow causes ‘a blurring,... Read More

11/10/2005

Pop Up and Movable Books

The first movable books actually predate the print culture. The earliest known examples of such  interactive mechanisms are by Ramón Llull (c.1235-1316) of Majorca, a Catalán mystic and poet. His works contain volvelles or revolving discs, which he used to... Read More

11/10/2005