Reading is originally a muscular activity. Eye balls are rolling and fingers are fumbling through feeble whites. These bodily movements are reinforced by text-objectification. The objectified text attracts people to touch, move around, bent over to accomplish their reading process. The texts placed in unusual position add a surreal vibe to narrative and curious readers witnessing strange situation of the text become active participants. Immobile reading shifts to mobile experience.
While moving around the text, readers have a chance to gaze the familiar contents, but in different eyes; perspectives. By imposing physicality to the text and constructing a narrative space one can observe how the text reveals differently depending on the form and circumstance.