'Through the use of books —as objects, as containers, as metaphors— a dialogue with the written text is established, in order to break the rigid linearity of its format, and therefore to widen the concept of what it is thought as a book and what it contains. It comprises an intense debate around visual and material dimensions of language. If language forms thought, freeing the limits

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