Invited by the curator Margarita Tupitsyn, this video has made for the "Malevich and the cinema" exhibition at Centro Cultural de Belém in Lisbon, based on the book "About 2 squares" by El Lissitzky.

El Lissitzky's first suprematist book is a story about how two squares, one red, one black, transform a world. It is Lissitzky's "scientific romance," an allegory of the fourth dimension and its effect on the three-dimensional world. When it was first published in Berlin in 1922, About 2 Squares presented a radical rethinking of what a book was, demonstrating a new way of organizing typography on a page and relating it to visual images. It marked the beginning of a new graphic art and is among the most important publications in the history of the avant-garde in typography and graphic design.

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