Summer Reader, Again, or A Diamond in the Rough
"Being at once a school and at the same time not a school, a workspace, the Werplaats Typografie tends to want to comment on its own distinctive form of academic pursuit ( by way of, amongst other outlets, these School Journals)." (Maxine Kopsa)
"And during this sometimes faltering, sometimes successful quest, I’ve often thought about Jacques Rancière’s Ignorant Schoolmaster. Five Lessons in Intellectual Emancipation, not least because it outlines an “intellectual adventure” whereby any hierarchy amongst the students and between them and their tutor dissolves." (Maxine Kopsa)
Design: Cecilia Costa & Scott
Each of these spaces is perceived at a different moment—a book is also a sequence of moments.
A book is not a case of words, nor a bag of words, nor a bearer of words.
A writer, contrary to the popular opinion, does not write books.
A writer writes texts.