It’s challenging to keep track of information when researching complex topics. Convolut helps academics capture fragments from the texts they’re reading and arrange them into meaningful collections to guide their future writing. New insights arise from the juxtaposition of fragments, deepening a researcher’s understanding of the area they’re investigating.

Convolut was designed to parallel the research process used by Walter Benjamin while working on his iconic Arcades Project during the 1920s and 30s.