Correspondence (from kiosk)
Correspondence reflects the drawn projections and plans between unknown and partly known objects, viewers, room work and a gallery space. An aspect of the room work manual. Notes and glyphs on the grid patterned lining of turned envelopes pinned on a wall cross reference, read, and connect spatially. A planning notebook, on the other hand, infers direct tactile interactivity. The book must be opened and pages turned. Whilst sequential pages do not prevent random entry, one can only see one page at a time.