A meeting on paper

In A meeting on paper, the lemmas on the pages from an out-of-print Dutch encyclopaedia, were isolated and stripped off the context which gave meaning to their conjunction.

A meeting on paper is a meeting between words and images. Each word is spread alphabetically throughout the encyclopaedia as a page reference. The image below relates to another story. The remaining elements result in alienating combinations. Your mind, however, quickly produces a new meaning which can be absurd, poetic or even philosophical.


A meeting on paper

43 pages


edition of 2500

meeting #6 of a series for NEROC’VGM (concept and production KesselsKramer)

source: Elsevier’s encyclopaedia


In the collection of the Bibliothèque Kandinsky Centre Pompidou, Paris (FR)