On first reading it seems that a direct transformation of the room is created through the author’s descriptive use of language. Upon a second reading, this highly focused image slightly looses its sharpness and subsequent readings lead the reader on a journey with no end in sight into an increasingly blurry labyrinth of possible configurations.
Within the book, different methods to visualise this space are documented including diagrams for the realisation of a three dimensional model and multiple configurations of positions of objects.
It quickly became apparent that this room probably never existed outside the imagination of the author. A photographic reconstruction of the room follows in the form of collages using analogue and digital images of different spaces in addition to found images on the internet corresponding to the descriptions found in the text. The interrupted image that results represents the act of reading and reading the text and the boundless attempts to abort this cycle.