Extratextually Terrestial (Paper topographies: 2)

"Given a certain acquaintance with the Metaphysics of Spirals, it is possible to represent a landscape using one single continuous line..."
So we read at Chronotext.org, where we find this fascinating take on The Book of Isaiah, Chapter 40 – here, topographically re-typeset as a literally Biblical terrain. The text itself is suitably geographical in reference, detailing "the return of exile, from Babylon to Jerusalem, through the wilderness."

Much more – including terrestrial wave-animations and other forms of textual "terrain generation" – at Chronotext.org.

(Via Coudal. Earlier: Paper topographies: 1).

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