The Consequence of Deconstructed Books, 2014.
Hectographic print on found paper, 10.5 cm x 5 cm, edition of 25.
The deconstruction of the book object results in a breakdown of the linear process of reading. Freeing words from structure allows random readings to create new narratives.
The book‑works are printed using a hectograph duplicator. In contrast to the mass-produced best sellers that the text is composed of, only a limited number of copies are possible using this hand process.