Here Composite becomes a schoolroom again.
Visit and you might learn to read Bliss (1949–1985), a universal language, made of little pictures, honed for decades by Charles K. Bliss—formerly Blitz—who worked mostly from the office of a boarding house near Coogee Beach. The lesson begins with the use of a video Tachistoscope, a device that spaces images in time, quickly, set up to show you all the elements of the language, one by one, gradually. We offer you a ostensive, comprehensive instruction in Bliss’s happy faults; chemical grammars; speechless inscriptions; and untenable, incandescent loves.
Rowan Mcnaught is secretary of Darpa, under whose auspices this lesson is produced
30 Perry St, Collingwood, Collingwood Yards, 3066
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