This is a 3-dimensional representation of the most consequential implication of Albert Einstein’s theories of relativity: perspective. The shape of the volume represents distortion and decay in relation to the passage of time. As the reader progresses, the pages shrink and the book becomes more difficult to hold. Chapters the same length, which took three pages at the start, stretch to 30 as page capacity lessens near the volume’s end. The cover depicts the patent office where Einstein published his Theory of Special Relativity. Perspective lines and a drawn-out title emphasise the text’s exploratory theme.
[Red Dot: Junior Award]
Keeley Gribb, SCAD
SCAD Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia, USA