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Code-X. Paper, Ink, Pixel and Screen.

Code-X. Paper, Ink, Pixel and Screen.


Code—X. Published by bookRoom press edited by Danny Aldred and Emmanuelle Waeckerlé, foreword by Alessandro Ludovico and endnotes by John Warwicker.

Code—X brings together a selection of personal histories of the current ‘transforming’ and ‘expanding’ of the book medium with the aim to challenge the very notion of what it could be(come) in today’s complex information era. This project sets out to explore a new chapter in publishing as creative practice from different disciplinary perspectives including book arts and graphic design. The design of Code—X represents a playful and daring twist of ink imitating pixel to render composition and design. The content is seen as a continuous scroll, cropped where screen meets paper edge and includes full colour inserts on every page with special fluorescent inks throughout.

Featuring essays, interviews and works by

Delphine Bedel, Simon Cutts, Sebastien Girard, Hans Gremmen, Andrew Haslam with Rose Gridneff & Alex Cooper, Alec Finlay with Ken Cockburn, Alessandro Ludovico, Silvio Lorusso, Katharine Meynell with Susan Johanknecht, Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine, AND Publishing, Colin Sackett, Jodie Silsby, Paul Soulellis, Stefan Szczelkun, John Warwicker (Tomato), Eric Watier, Maria White, Beth Williamson, David Lorente Zaragoza.

276 pages. RRP £20.00 – ISBN 978-0-9576828-3-2

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Delivery to UK / Europe is £8.99

Delivery for International is £11.99

Maximum number of copies per order is 4 

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Code—X Special edition

This is a limited edition of 50 copies folded and bound in reverse to make a picture book with text essay inside and full colour inserts with a fluorescent pink cover.

276 page RRP £30.00 - ISBN 978-0-9576828-3-2

Code-X. Paper, Ink, Pixel and Screen (Standard Edition)


Code—X Special edition (Limited Edition)


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