NOTHING THAT HAPPENS

A book about time, continuity and sequence. The book can be read in multiple ways; there are three main books within the one. The pages can be pulled out to change the form of the book. There are seven texts, each starting at a different point and running its own course. Texts can be connected across pages to complete the idea of continuity through time.

The form of the book relies on a modified french fold; each page can be pulled out to read the text or to experience the book differently. Texts include work by Stephen J. Gould, T.S. Eliot, Jorge Luis Borges, Michel Foucault and others.