The Stonehenge Syndrome Writing as Pattern

Episode 241 November 01, 2022 00:09:25
The Stonehenge Syndrome Writing as Pattern
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The Stonehenge Syndrome Writing as Pattern

Nov 01 2022 | 00:09:25


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Marjolein Groot Nibbelink Nico Palomo Eddie Arrieta

Show Notes

How about switching between scripts? Endangered Alphabets Project founder Tim Brookes examines a series of seemingly disparate structures — Stonehenge, the Congolese Mandombé script, and trees — to propose an interesting argument about the role of patterns and chaos in scripts (and beauty!).

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