Literally Wrestle With The Words Of James Joyce
Posted at 7:37AM Wednesday 11 Jun 2014
There is so much untapped potential in the space where text and the digital medium intersect. This is the idea behind Chronotext, an ongoing collection of experiments exploring the relationships between text, space and time, by Tel-Aviv-based designer and programmer Ariel Malka.
The latest of these, called He Liked Thick Word Soup, sees the user manipulating long strings of text with their fingers to restore words to passages of James Joyce's Ulysses.
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