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The Book of Ten

Booklet (EP2)

148×105 mm; 24 pages


Belgium £8 (including postage)

Europe £12 (including postage)

Rest of world £15 (including postage)


Edition of 100 copies

140 lines of numbers and letters. If you follow their sequence, you will cross them one by one. If you follow their implicit rules, you will find a multitude of paths.

But be sure to stay on the surface, beyond which there are no lines. A text 

of tragedy and a text of comedy are made up of the same letters. Without 

the letters the sheets are empty. Without the numbers you will lose your count.

See also

Kallabris (E49)

Kallabris (E79)

Beloeil/Anacker (E86)

Kallabris (E221)

Out of print

From The Book of Ten



Not counting one by one.
But by symbols. On the face
of symbols. Their surface
cuts the day in two halves
and leaves the rest to the
As in 2 is 3
we’ll name the rest E.
As if numbers could mean
something to

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