Conventionally, one reads printed texts on paper, turning the pages to move forward. However, while reading, one often performs
a massive amount of internal work along with the external research beyond the primary text. The texts have an enigmatic quality.
Perspective Reading creates a reading space that transitions from a flat surface into the digital.

At the first stage, there are only texts on the website. When each [image] figure number is clicked, each chapter rotates 40°
backwards in the z-dimension to reveal both texts and images together. In Korean, the word “book space” translates to “book surface.”
A concept of space defines one’s perception of an environment. Both physical and digital spaces could be infinite voids.
The fact that these surfaces are called “spaces" prompts rethinking they physical “spaceness" of the digital medium:
axes, scale and even the idea of construction in the digital.