Collaboration with Maria Grazia Galatà.
Video&Sound / Roland Quelven.
Il Giabbodonte | The Jabberwocky translated in italian and read by Maria Grazia Galatà.
Lewis Caroll | Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
A teacher of logic and a lover of nonsense...
Carroll's logic diagrams are quite different from Venn's. Carroll used a big square to represent his universe. He then drew a horizontal line dividing the square into two equal halves. The top half was his first set , and the bottom half then was the complement . Next, Carroll drew a vertical line that again divided his original square into two equal halves. The left half was his second set and the right half then was the complement . So now his original square has been divided into four smaller squares.