Black forms are successively drawn on white background. They look like letters; the beginning of a text or a message. Seemingly familiar at first, they cannot be recognised. After a set of forms is complete, the process starts over. Salome Schmuki's and David Muth's project Superposition explores shapes generated by a set of rules based on fragments such as strokes, arcs or circles that also writing systems consist of - systems that were developed or “evolved” in different places and over long passages of time. The specially created algorithm endlessly produces variants of writing attempts: approximations of existing letters, but with oddities, unusual turns or endings. The video is also available reversed (white lines on black background) for projections.