Here our gaze meets text and encounters frosted glass, and then, the image sharpens. Again becoming still. We breathe against the glass. We mark a point: there is only the we that makes itself happen we take turns holding the phone it lights up in our midst. Sentences touch where their words fall into one. Everything we touch becomes text. Try starting from depicting the word ‘reality’ with a pantomime.
The new issue Mistaking Glass for Skin brings together five interactive texts that can touch and be touched. With contributions by Christiane Heidrich, Maru Mushtrieva, Hannah Schraven, Ralph Tharayil and Jasmine Vojdani.