I don’t recognise making this book without being able to touch it. The desire is to avoid the wave of dematerialisation and exalt the bodily experience of the printed book. That the death of the printed book is, in fact, a wrong annunciation. The content is canceled in favour of the experience of possessing a book. It explains why it doesn’t die, so if it doesn’t die, something happens for it to survive. It tells us what it is to be a physical object where immateriality is taking control, one that is capable of sensitive tactility and recognises its body as a private space.
This book wants to be read in a performative way to not be mistaken for another kind of book.