This handbook is an outcome of a new-media design study that exercises and compiles quick visual research done on the use of cultural interfaces and media.

With an exploration into the future of information and dominance of media, two aspects - space and time were studied from that perspective and were represented through a non-linear narrative.

The book is divided into three relative events and illustrated a non-linear approach. It consisted of the subjects space and time starting from the beginning and the end respectively, and the notion of spacetime in the middle section gave two-way direction into sequence-interpretation of the narrative.

The idea of experimenting with the narrative was in order to understand the medium of a book as an interface that treated its interaction through the book as an act or an event. The experiment also explored how this information can be aestheticized with the dominance of media that itself has a non-linear history.