Non Euclidean Dialogues is an installation in which two typewriters type in an autonomous way.
Typed texts appear projected on two paper stacks one in front of the other.
One of the machines writes the Euclides postulates and the other one denies them.
An ancient theorem that is written repeatedly from the darkness of the time. Texta and textual machines are thought
of as devices that preexist us axecuting a dictation from the absence.
Typewriters, customized software and hardware for automatization, projection and digital animation, table and paper.
by: Mariano Sardón.
"Uncertain Narratives" Exhibition. Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires.