continuity-booklet

Continuous Booklet Text

Appropriated for Italo Calvino’s book Invisible Cities

Cities and eyes 1  

The ancient built Valdrada on the shores of a lake, with houses all verandas one above the other, and high streets whose railed parapets look out over the water. Thus the traveler, arriving, sees two cities: one erect above the lake, and the other reflected, upside down. Nothing exists or happens in the one Valdrada that the other Valdrada does not repeat, because the city was so constructed that its every point would be reflected in its mirror, and the Valdrada down in the water contains not only all flutings and juttings of the facades that rise above the lake, but also the rooms’ interiors with ceilings and floors, the perspective of halls, the mirrors of wardrobes.

Valdrada’s inhabitants know that each of their actions is, at once that action and its mirror-image, which possesses the special dignity of images, and this awareness prevents them from succumbing for a single moment to chance and forgetfulness. Even when lovers twist their naked bodies, skin against skin, seeking the position that will give one the most pleasure in the other, even the murderers plunge the knife into the black veins of the neck and more clotted blood pours out the more they press the blade that slips between tendons, it is not so much their copulating or murdering that matters as the copulating and murdering of images, limpid and cold in the mirror.

At times the mirror increases a thing’s value, at times denies it. Not everything that seems valuable above the mirror maintains its force when mirrored. The twin cities are not equal, because nothing that exists or happen in Valdrada is symmetrical: every face and gesture is answered, from the mirror, by a face and gesture inverted, point by point. The two Valdradas live for each other, their eyes interlocked; but there is no love between them.

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Type II Notes 04-15

Why are typefaces created, how are they meant to be used.

Typographic ornaments to que paragraph separation – Flueron (should be colorized)

Wipeout widows and orphans in indesign with paragraph style sheet.

Blank color before title pages; creates a curtain for the stage.

Consider: using different grids for continuous and discontinuous text.

Use 8pt – 10pt font for continuous text in booklet.

When collapsing modules in grid, decrease gutters.

In my booklet I continued the idea of historical figures. It shows different historical figures who lived in distances of about one hundred years, from Martin Luther to Neil Armstrong. They all use the one and the same plastic bag. So I could again make the huge time distances plastic needs to fade away visible.

2013 © Gregor Steinmetz

In my booklet I continued the idea of historical figures. It shows different historical figures who lived in distances of about one hundred years, from Martin Luther to Neil Armstrong. They all use the one and the same plastic bag. So I could again make the huge time distances plastic needs to fade away visible.

2013 © Gregor Steinmetz

In my booklet I continued the idea of historical figures. It shows different historical figures who lived in distances of about one hundred years, from Martin Luther to Neil Armstrong. They all use the one and the same plastic bag. So I could again make the huge time distances plastic needs to fade away visible.

2013 © Gregor Steinmetz