Difference between revisions of "Photon"

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|image = Beauclair Alexis Photon 2014.jpg
 
|image = Beauclair Alexis Photon 2014.jpg
 
|image_size = 250px
 
|image_size = 250px
|language = [[language::French]]/[[language::English]]
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|language = [[language::French]], [[language::English]]
|publisher = [http://www.alexis-beauclair.com/index.php?/livres/photon/ self-published (Papier Machine)] (Sold out)
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|publisher = [http://www.alexis-beauclair.com/index.php?/livres/photon/ self-published (Papier Machine)] (8€, sold out)
 
|pub_city = Saint-Férreol-Trente-Pas
 
|pub_city = Saint-Férreol-Trente-Pas
 
|pub_date = [[pub_date::2014]]
 
|pub_date = [[pub_date::2014]]
 
|pages = 8
 
|pages = 8
|format = 26 x 18 cm
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|format = 18 cm x 26 cm
 
|fabrication = Risograph
 
|fabrication = Risograph
|ebook = [[Media:Beauclair Alexis Photon 2014.pdf|PDF]]
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|ebook = [[Media:Beauclair Alexis Photon 2014.pdf|PDF]] (16 mb)
 
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As described in Beauclair's website, ''Photon'' is a narrative experience where the reader enters the optical apparatus through a variety of filters and prisms. Once the end is reached, the reader flips the book only to do the reading in the other direction, and much like a photon she travels back in time. ''Photon'' is a beautifully printed visual poem that highlights time and the reading experience as relative quantities.
 
As described in Beauclair's website, ''Photon'' is a narrative experience where the reader enters the optical apparatus through a variety of filters and prisms. Once the end is reached, the reader flips the book only to do the reading in the other direction, and much like a photon she travels back in time. ''Photon'' is a beautifully printed visual poem that highlights time and the reading experience as relative quantities.

Revision as of 09:33, 10 October 2020

Photon
Author Alexis Beauclair
Language French, English
Publisher self-published (Papier Machine) (8€, sold out)
City Saint-Férreol-Trente-Pas
Year 2014
Pages 8
Format 18 cm x 26 cm
Fabrication Risograph
E-book PDF (16 mb)

As described in Beauclair's website, Photon is a narrative experience where the reader enters the optical apparatus through a variety of filters and prisms. Once the end is reached, the reader flips the book only to do the reading in the other direction, and much like a photon she travels back in time. Photon is a beautifully printed visual poem that highlights time and the reading experience as relative quantities.