“If the story doesn’t capture you, maybe you should start again.” Tom Uglow
Composition No. 1, by Marc Saporta, is a re-imagining of a book originally published in the 1960s. The book is the first ever “book in a box”, called Composition No. 1 by Marc Saporta. When we say book in a box we mean: quite literally a book that comes in a box with loose pages. Each page has a self-contained narrative, leaving it to the reader to decide the order they read the book, and how much or how little of the book they want to read before they begin again. In so many ways, Composition No.1 was published ahead of its time: the book raises all the questions we ask ourselves today about user-centric, non-linear screen driven ways of reading.
Ultimately, our re-imagined Composition No.1 asks readers to consider: what makes a book a book?
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