In 20 experiments the boundaries of readability are expanded by pushing typography to its limits. Some are based on the alphabet and create new codes and unknown type systems, others use images as a starting point or are completely based on asemic shapes. Among others, these experiments try to answer questions like how do I camouflage type?, can type sabotage content? or how flexible is readability?
In the end it’s about seeing type as an independent form of notation that no longer needs to stick to the message alone.