Thank you ^^ Yes at the start of that project I felt guilty for cutting up the books but I made a promise I wouldn't cut up expensive books that were probably triple my age.
The dyslexia project was some work I did, where I got different books and cut them up to symbolise an aspect of dyslexia. This one can show that when you get into the book you can get lost like in a forest but different people will see different meanings to the work showing the diversity of thought. It's complicated to explain XD
Very interesting! At first I saw it as getting lost in the work of the author, the book as a "real" place outside the book within the imagination of the reader shown here by the 3D nature of the trees, but when you mentioned Dyslexia this whole new layer of how daunting and confusing reading can seem to people with limited reading skills.
Fascinating other pictures, too. Especially the judgy book resonates with some of the things some students of mine said - these students were learning disabled and had a very hard time reading, and one boy particularly frequently felt judged by long texts. Beautiful work!