Ulysses
An exhibition about a book, held within a book—Ulysses by James Joyce is famous for its variable literary styles, but none more noted than the ‘stream of consciousness’. The final chapter of Ulysses is regarded as largely unapproachable, because of its imposing 4,000 word single sentences, written in the style of Molly Bloom’s internal thought process. This publication exploits the five senses to make it a more active reading experience, including scented pages, and a clear vinyl disc.