The <span> tag is used to group inline-elements in a document;
The <span> tag provides no visual change by itself;
The <span> tag provides a way to add a hook to a part of a text, or a part of a document;
<!- - or a part of an individual, or a part of a history, or a part of a city, or a part of a territory, or a part of an identity, or a part of a surveillance, or part of senses - ->
Predecessors designed the form of each object based on its functionality, visuality, and etc. By disassembling an object, it gives people the opportunities to learn each element of an object, to discover the possibilities of re-assembling, and to create new based on the old.
"dis(re)-assembling" is a study of the relationship between object and image. I first re-assembled each object. Eventually I combined individual element from both objects.
Object - disassemble each object physically.
Object - the Rubik's Cube often brings the memory of games. On the other hand, most of the time, books represent literature. What would it be like when the games distort literature?
With transforming the text and cubes to digital space, the possibilities of dis-assembling, and re-assembling exaggerate.