A critic remarks:
A text is to be read as a story.
A story cannot be overseen like an image.
The characteristic of a story is that it is hidden in front of the reading point.
This goes for academic texts as well as for literary texts.
And the critical voice continues:
Putting a text on garments is making an image of the text.
It is un-story-ing the text.
What is left is a text-ure.
It cannot be seen as a text anymore - so it is not a publication.
But then Five replies:
That is why we need interactivity.
This means there is still a local experience point from which the future is hidden.
Will this convince the critical inner voice?
Poem: Maasvlakte II - Hans Wap