Notebooks and sketchbooks are known to be true mills for the production of ideas. The use of these devices has spread throughout History – from the emblematic and esoteric sketches recorded by Johannes de Fontana in the fifteenth century to the well-known notebooks of Guillermo del Toro, which illustrate his films in a way reminiscent of medieval illuminations. The remarkable gentleman Karim Ghahwagi also recorded in a notebook the first sketches of his intricate game/narrative, The Secretariat of Tenebrous Anatomies. An extraordinary material, kindly photographed and made available by the author to inaugurate this space, destined to document the backstage of the new productions of Raphus Press. It is noticeable the intense concentration, the symbolic density delicately designed in every detail, after a considerably long meditation.
Then immerse yourself in this universe between Mathematics, Ritual and Metaphysics, and imagine the game of life after death.