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Making books is a very different process to publishing online. A book is the freezing of time and information, which is a means of reflection; you can compare it to a photograph or a painting. An image at a given moment serves as a reference of time and place. If you print something it’s unchangeable. The internet, where everything is in flux, has helped me define and articulate what I do more precisely than ever before. When people refer you to the internet, you can never be sure that it’s correct. I think it’s interesting to explore this notion of frozen information and what that means.
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Jeffrey Silverthorne, Hotel Room, Manchester, 2006

Jeffrey Silverthorne, Hotel Room, Manchester, 2006

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moving out

moving out

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manù la sapeva lunga

sì, e morirò fricchettona. amen

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