Inge Bobbink, Arthur Labree
Architect Overige, landscape architect
On the outside, the manuscript looks like a nineteenth-century book:
only here, the pages are tilted and the cover is inside out. Taking it from the shelf is the actual opening of the manuscript. On the front and spine is a slit, like a crevice, which cuts through an imaginary profile. When the bows are untied, the crevice becomes larger and the inside becomes visible. The fully opened book contains not a single word, only a landscape of images. Endless stories in a space without scale.