"The Invention of Morel" cannot be defined or interpreted by just one person. This is a personal book, one that is asking questions that should not be agreed upon or thought about communally, but individually. These questions must be answered by ourselves, and trigger self-reflection.
For Matthew this book and it's contents could be summarized in seven sentences. In order to dive deeper into the self-reflection he began through his writing, Matthew chose to make the creation of these sentences a labor intensive ritual that would be well documented. It is not Matthew's result, but his process that served as his narrative response, and formed a relationship between himself as the designer and the fugitive as the protagonist.
Loading more stuff…
Hmm…it looks like things are taking a while to load. Try again?